Tim McCarver Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Awards, Net worth

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Tim McCarver Biography

Here is what we know about James Timothy McCarver, he is an American sportscaster, and he use to be a professional baseball catcher. He has played baseball for 21 years and when he retired he started his broadcasting career. He reached the MLB level when he was only 17 years. In 2009 Tim released a cover jazz album.

Tim McCarver Age

Tim was born on 16th October 1941  in Memphis, Tennessee. He is currently 79 years old

Tim McCarver Birthday

McCarver usually celebrates his birthday on October 16th.

Tim McCarver Family

Tim father was a police officer and he had three brothers and one sister

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Tim McCarver Wife

Tim is married to Anne McDaniel, the couple have two children Kathy and Kelly McCarver. Tim and Anne got married in 1964-present.

Tim McCarver Education

McCarver studied at Christian Brothers High School where he started his playing in 1959 Tim was signed by the St Louis cardinals. He left Christian Brothers High School as a three-time sport athlete.

Tim McCarver Net worth

Tim has an estimated net worth of $ 10 million as per his career as a sportscaster and a retired Major League Baseball catcher.

Tim McCarver Career

1959 signed by St Louis Cardinals Played in Cardinals league team Keokuk and Rochester. 1960-1962 season played for Memphis, Charleston, and Atlanta. 1963 called up to the major league. His game-winning home run in the 10th inning in Game 5 of the 1964 World Series won the game. 1966 named in the All-Star Team.

1967 finished second in the National League Most Valuable Player award. During his stay in St. Louis, McCarver was a part of two World Series-winning teams. McCarver had previously played with the Phillies, Expos, Red Sox, and a brief spell with the Cardinals prior to the 1970 season.

McCarver had previously played with the Phillies, Expos, Red Sox, and a brief spell with the Cardinals prior to the 1970 season. The Phillies traded Wise to the Cardinals for Steve Carlton at the end of the season, reuniting McCarver and Carlton.

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The Phillies traded McCarver to the Montreal Expos during the 1972 season. McCarver finished his career as the personal catcher for Steve Carlton for the Phillies in the late 1970s. He retired after the 1979 season to begin a broadcasting career.

Tim McCarver Broadcast career

Tim began his broadcast career at WPHL-Tv. McCarver has called baseball for all four major U.S. television networks. in 1985 McCarver called his first world series for ABC. He also worked for ABC as a correspondent and play-by-play commentator during the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, when he competed in freestyle skiing. From 1980 to 1982,

McCarver worked as a broadcaster for local sports networks, calling games for the Philadelphia Phillies, the New York Mets from 1983 to 1998, the New York Yankees from 1999 to 2001, and the San Francisco Giants in 2002.McCarver never missed commentating on at least one League Championship Series per year.

McCarver announced on March 27, 2013, that he would leave Fox after the 2013 season. McCarver also hosted a nationally syndicated sports interview program, The Tim McCarver Show, from 2000 until 2017.

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Tim McCarver Awards

Baseball

  • Two-time World Series champion
  • Two-time National League All-Star
  • 2010 Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame inductee

Broadcasting

  • Three-time Sports Emmy Award winner (Outstanding Sports Event Analyst)
  • 2012 Ford C. Frick Award winner

 

Who is Tim McCarver?

James Timothy McCarver is an American sportscaster, and he use to be a professional baseball catcher. He has played baseball for 21 years and when he retired he started his broadcasting career.

Who is Tim McCarver  Wife?

Tim is married to Anne McDaniel, the couple have two children Kathy and Kelly McCarver.

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How Old is Tim McCarver?

Tim was born on 16th October 1941  in Memphis, Tennessee. He is currently 79 years old

How Much is Tim McCarver Net worth?

Tim has an estimated net worth of $ 10 million as per his career as a sportscaster and a retired Major League Baseball catcher.

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