Pat Hughes Biography
Pat Hughes works for the Chicago Cubs of MLB on Cubs Radio 670 as a play-by-play announcer, since 1996. He has covered games for the San Jose Missions and Columbus Clippers, covered their basketball.
And football games of the NHL, MLB at the Minnesota North Stars as well as Northwestern University basketball games also. Hughes served Marquette University basketball for 17 years as a radio/TV game-caller before.
Pat Hughes Age
Hughes was born in Tucson, Arizona, and raised in San Jose, California in the United States on May 27, 1955. He is 67 years old.
Pat Hughes Height
Hughes stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.77 m tall.
Pat Hughes Education
Hughes received his high school diploma from Branham High School in San Jose, California in 1973. Then he studied and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Radio/TV Journalism. Hughes later enrolled at San Jose State University in 1978.
Pat Hughes Family
Hughes has managed to hide details about his parents and whether he has any siblings, despite being a known person.
Pat Hughes Wife
Hughes is happily married to Trish, they tied the knot in 1987 and are blessed with two daughters Amber and Janell.
Pat Hughes Salary
Hughes annually earns a salary of $74,655.
Pat Hughes Net Worth
Hughesapproximated a net worth of $1 million.
Pat Hughes Career
Hughes works for the Chicago Cubs of MLB as a play-by-play announcer since 1996. He also covered games for the San Jose Missions and Columbus Clippers. Covered their basketball and football games of the NHL, MLB at the Minnesota North Stars.
As well as Northwestern University basketball games. In December 2013, they called games for WGN Radio in 2014, WBBM in 2015, and WSCR The Score”-in 2016 Rn Coomer joined Hughes. He has announced 57 Cubs postseason games and he made his 6000th Big League Baseball game in April 2018.
Which consisted of Cactus League pre-season games, regular season, and post-season contests also. His most remarkable moment was when the Cubs ended a 108-year World Series drought. The longest in baseball history, during the 2016 World Series.
Hughes worked for Marquette University basketball for 17 years as a radio/TV game-caller before. Prior, together with Ron Santo and former Hall of Fame third baseman who died in 2010, he was Voice of the Cubs. Hughes’s career started at the Minnesota Twins as a TV play-by-play man in 1983. He served at Brewers Brewers for twelve years as a play-by-play man additionally.