Dave Sims Biography
Dave Sims is an American sportscaster. He currently is the television play-by-play commentator for the Seattle Mariners on Root Sports Northwest, the radio play-by-play man for Sunday Afternoon Football on Westwood One, and the co-host (with Mike Krzyzewski) of Basketball and Beyond with Coach K on Sirius XM Satellite Radio. He was also the television play-by-play host for the UFL on Versus.
Dave Sims Age
The American sportscaster was born on February 14th, 1953 in Philadelphia, PA. He is 67 years old as of 2019.
Dave Sims Height
Have you been wondering how tall is the American sportscaster, well, worry no more because you are at the right place. According to our research, There are no clear records talking more on his height but we will keep you updated when we come across any information about his height.
Dave Sims Family
Unfortunately Dave Slim is off the market. He is married to his lovely wife by the name Abby and together they are blessed with two sons.
Dave Sims Education
Besides growing up in Philadelphia he also attended Bethany College in West Virginia, where he played one year of varsity football, finishing third in kickoff returns in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, and catcher for the Bison baseball team (in Division III) and majored in mass communications.
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Dave Sims Career
He began his career as a sportswriter for the New York Daily News. In the early 1980s, he was a sports reporter for the short-lived “Satellite News Channel”. Moving to the radio, Sims became the host of WNBC’s SportsNight in the mid-1980s (replacing Jack Spector), a five-hour nightly sports call-in show that was a precursor to the all-sports talk format of WFAN. He went on to co-host the midday show with Ed Coleman on New York’s Sports Radio 66 WFAN on in the early 1990s, the show being nicknamed “Coleman and the Soul Man”.
He then became a weekend sports anchor at WCBS-TV in New York and also was a radio host for the New York Knicks. From 1990-1992 Sims was the radio voice of Temple Owls football in the Big East Conference. In 1991, Sims joined ESPN as a play-by-play announcer for college basketball and added college football in 1998. He primarily called Big East contests on the ESPN Plus regional network. He continues to broadcast college basketball games for FOX and FS1. Prior to taking the permanent play-by-play position on Sunday Night Football, Sims was the #2 broadcaster for Westwood One’s Sunday afternoon NFL doubleheader.
He replaced Joel Meyers on the Sunday Night Football game in 2006. Sims worked “Sunday Night Football” games from 2006 to 2012. In 2013 Sims returned to Sunday Afternoon NFL action, working with former Arizona State and Pittsburgh Steeler QB, Mark Malone.
Dave Sims Net Worth
Have you been asking yourself how much does the American sportscaster worth, according to our research he has an estimated net worth of $1.2 Million from his career.
Dave Sims Facts
- Dave Sims’s age 67 years old.
- He has two sons with his wife Abby.
- Birthday February 14 and Born in 1953
- He was a catcher for the Bethany College Bison and played on the school’s varsity football team. He got his start in sports media as a sportswriter for the New York Daily News.
- Birth Sign Aquarius.
- He called perfect games pitched by Philip Humber and Felix Hernandez, the latter of which was the first perfect game in Mariners history.
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The versatile Sims is a correspondent for MLB Network and also calls Big East college basketball on FS1. A two-time Emmy winner, Sims also co-hosts “Basketball and Beyond with Coach K” for Sirius XM Satellite Radio with Duke University head basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski. Prior to joining the Mariners in 2007, Sims called MLB and college basketball games for ESPN, as well as NFL play-by-play on Westwood One/CBS Radio Sports and college basketball for Westwood One.