Robert Flores Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, MLB, Net Worth, and Salary

Robert Flores Biography

Robert Flores (AKA Roflo) is an American Sports Journalist and Host working for MLB and NHL Networks as a studio host. Prior to joining the station in the year 2016, he worked for ESPN.

Robert Flores Age

Flores was born on July 7, 1970, in Houston, Texas, United States. He is therefore 53 years old as of 2023. He celebrates his birthday on the 7th of July every year.

Robert Flores Height

Flores stands at an approximate height of 5 feet and 9 inches.

Robert Flores Family

Flores was raised in Houston, Texas. He was born to Linda Fetzer (mother) and Robert Flores (father). There is no information regarding whether Flores has any siblings or not.

Robert Flores Wife

Flores is a married man but he has not disclosed the names of his spouse. There is also no information regarding whether Flores has any kids or not. During his leisure time, he likes rooting for professional wrestling (WWE) or spending time with his special baseball bat. He says he is very proud of being the owner of the bat, it is a Louisville Slugger Ric Flair model, and it has Ric Flair’s (a famous WWE superstar) signature on it.

Robert Flores Net Worth

Flores has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a Sports Journalist and Host.

Robert Flores
Robert Flores

Robert Flores Salary

As an MLB studio host, Flores earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

Robert Flores Education

Flores is a proud 1992 alumnus of the University of Houston. He graduated from the university with a bachelor’s degree in radio and TV. He had his high school studies at J. Frank Dobie High School in Houston, Texas. Flores is now part of J. Frank Dobie High School’s Hall of Fame.

Robert Flores Career

Flores serves at MLB and NHL Networks as a studio host. He also serves as a fill-in host of the program, “Hot Stove” on MLB Network. Before joining MLB and NHL, he served at ESPN. In the regular baseball season, Flores works with Lauren Shehadi and Mark DeRosa as co-hosts of MLB Network’s morning show called MLB Central. This show has a lot of highlights from the games, talks about the latest news, and has interviews with guests, famous people, and experts from the league.

Flores joined ESPB in the year 2005 and he got his first role as ESPNews anchor. There he has also worked as an anchor for ESPN’s SportsCenter and ESPNEWS from 2007 to 2016. During Saturday Night Football and ABC College Football games, he was responsible for providing updates from the studio.

He also filled in as a host for ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights and was part of the afternoon edition of SportsCenter, which aired from 12 PM to 3 PM. Additionally, Flores occasionally hosted Baseball Tonight and NBA Fastbreak. However, on February 4, 2016, he announced he was leaving ESPN after being there for a decade.

Robert Flores Controversies | Fired

In the year 2006, when Flores was a co-anchor of ESPNEWS with Danyelle Sargent, Danyelle made a well-known statement “What the heck was that” because of technical issues. Flores had been fired before for saying the same bad word on TV in the year 2004 when he served at KEYE in Austin, Texas, but it was during a taped segment that wasn’t supposed to be shown. Then, in March 2015, he said something on SportsCenter that got him into trouble. He commented that Iggy Azalea was not doing good for hip-hop. This caused arguments between him and Nick Young (NBA shooting guard), who was dating Iggy Azalea at that time.

Robert Flores MLB Network

Flores is working at MLB Network alongside other famous MLB analysts, hosts, and commentators such as;

  1. Yonder Alonso
  2. Greg Amsinger
  3. Rubén Amaro Jr.
  4. A.J. Andrews
  5. Alex Avila
  6. Bob Costas
  7. Ron Darling
  8. Ryan Dempster
  9. Mark DeRosa
  10. Cliff Floyd
  11. Peter Gammons
  12. Lauren Gardner
  13. Jon Heyman
  14. Brian Kenny

Robert Flores Social Media Platforms

He is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. He has over 12.4K followers on Instagram.

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