Tommy Thrall Biography
Tommy Thrall is an On-Air personality presently working. As the host of “Reds Hot Stove League” in Cincinnati on the Cincinnati Reds Radio Network for Cincinnati Reds.
In 2020, since officially joining he has been a part of the network. Thrall also works at 700 WLW as a play-by-play announcer additionally. He covered different multiple sports. During his free time. Thrall enjoys watching sports and loves traveling.
Tommy Thrall Age
Thrall was born in Smithville, Missouri, in the United States of America, in 1984. He is around 38 years old.
Tommy Thrall Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ approx. 1.72 m tall.
Tommy Thrall Education
Thrall joined Missouri high school for his high school diploma to pursue his dream career. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Northwest Missouri state Later on.
Tommy Thrall Family
He likes to keep his life private away from the spotlight regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Tommy Thrall Wife
Thrall has managed to keep his personal life private away from the limelight regarding his marital status.
Tommy Thrall Salary
Thrall receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to Reds Radio Network anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Tommy Thrall’s Net worth
He has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Tommy Thrall Career
Thrall serves as a play-by-play announcer in Cincinnati. On the Cincinnati Reds Radio Network for the Cincinnati Reds currently. He also hosts a weekly offseason show on the Reds Radio Network and Reds Hot Stove League furthermore.
Thrall also serves at 700 WLW as a play-by-play announcer additionally. He has been a part of the networks since officially joining the station in 2020. Thrall started his career in 2004 at Missouri as a play-by-play announcer.
Where he called at KZLX-LP, the university’s radio station for the Bearcats baseball team. He covered different multiple sports while at the station. Thrall served from 2004 to 2006 for two years at the station.
He also served in Kansas, where Thrall served for a year at the independent Northern League. Kansas City T-Bones as a broadcaster additionally. He served for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans as a broadcaster in 2009.