Joe Block Biography
Joe Block as of now works at AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh. And KDKA-FM, as a radio and TV play-by-play announcer for the Pittsburgh Pirates. He began working here in 2016 after 4 years with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Block serves together with Greg Brown a Pirates play-by-play announcer. And color analysts Michael McKenry, Bob Walk, and John Wehner. They complete the Pirates’ five-person broadcast team together.
Joe Block Age
Block was born in Roseville, Michigan, the United States on March 1, 1978. He is 44 years old.
Joe Block Height
Block stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.72 m tall.
Joe Block Education
Block earned himself a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism (broadcasting, sports coaching. And public relations cognates) from Michigan State University in 1999. He worked on the student radio station as a host of a sports talk show.
And Block also wrote for the award-winning student newspaper The State News during his time here. He worked in Detroit and Lansing, Mich at WJR-AM as an intern in the sports department addition.
Joe Block Family
Block despite being a public figure has managed to keep his personal issues away from the public.
Joe Block Wife
Block is happily married to Bethany, together they have two kids and stay in South Hills.
Joe Block Salary
Block annually receives a salary of $72,788.
Joe Block Net Worth
Block has an accumulated net worth of $1 million.
Joe Block Career
Block as of now works on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh and KDKA-FM. As a radio and TV play-by-play announcer for the Pittsburgh Pirates. He serves together with Greg Brown a Pirates play-by-play announcer.
And Michael McKenry, Bob Walk, and John Wehner as color analysts. Together they make up the Pirates five-person broadcast team. Block worked with Bob Uecker, a veteran broadcaster and former Major League Baseball catcher before.
Also, for the Great Falls White Sox, Billings Mustangs. And Jacksonville Suns he called minor league games. Block also picked out games for the final two seasons of the Montreal Expos. He also served on the radio as a post-game host for the Los Angeles Dodgers in addition.
Block served at different for various regional networks for college football. And basketball as a play-by-play furthermore. He then became a play-by-play announcer for the Pittsburgh. Pirates replacing Tim Neverett, on January 30, 2016.