Announcer: Fox Sports
As the lead play-by-play voice for Fox Sports' NFL & MLB coverage, Joe Buck has been a sports broadcast staple for over two decades. Over the course of his career, he has called six Super Bowls and 22 World Series. A Seven-Time Emmy Award Winner, Buck has been the lead NFL voice since 2002, and the lead MLB voice since 1996. He has called 21 MLB All-Star games and was on the mic when Mark McGwire hit his 62nd Home Run in 1998. In 1994, at the age of 25, Buck became the youngest announcer to call a full slate of NFL games on Network television. Before joining Fox in 1994, he was a local TV and radio announcer for the St. Louis Cardinals. The son of late broadcasting legend Jack Buck, Jack & Joe are the only father and son to each call the Super Bowl on network television.