Spencer Ross’s Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife(Broadcaster) Net Worth, and Salary

Spencer Ross Biography

Spencer Ross is an American sportscaster, who provides weekend sports updates for WINS-AM. He was mentored by Marty Glickman, who also tutored another well-known pupil, Marv Albert, around the same time. Glickman once praised Ross, alongside Albert, noting Ross’s exceptional talent as a radio play-by-play announcer. He highlighted Ross’s distinctive voice and seamless transitions during game coverage, considering him one of the best, if not the best, in the field.

Spencer Ross Age

Ross was born on July 19, 1940, in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America. He celebrates his birthday on 19th July each year. Spencer is 84 years old as of 2024.

Spencer Ross Height

Ross stands at an approximate height of 6 feet and 2 inches.

Spencer Ross Family

Ross was Born on July 19, 1940, in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Spencer grew up with his parents and siblings. Despite his prominence in the broadcasting field, he has consistently kept a low profile regarding his family, including his parents and siblings.

Spencer Ross Wife

Ross is very private about his personal life therefore it is not known if he is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of Ross being in any past relationship with anyone.

Spencer Ross’s Net Worth

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Ross has an estimated net worth of $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a Journalist.

Spencer Ross Education

Ross attended Florida State University on a basketball scholarship, where he also gained experience calling baseball and basketball games for the Seminoles during his college years.

Spencer Ross Sportscaster | Broadcaster

Over five decades, he covered New York sports and served as the original radio announcer for the Brooklyn Nets in 1967 when they were known as the New Jersey Americans. Spencer is recognized as one of the founding figures of the American Basketball Association. He held prominent roles as a television and radio announcer for teams such as the Yankees and Jets. Despite his Brooklyn roots and his alma mater being Florida State University, he has opted to keep his marital status private.

As a sportscaster, he provided commentary for the ABA’s American and NHL teams like the New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils, and New York Islanders. Beyond New York, he called games for the Florida State Seminoles and Boston Celtics. Nationally, Spencer contributed to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament on Westwood One, the NFL on NBC, and Major League Baseball on CBS Radio. Additionally, he and Dick Vitale teamed up as the lead play-by-play announcers for the 1992 USA Olympic Dream Team.

Spencer Ross Basketball

During his three-year stint with the Yankees, one of Spencer’s broadcast partners, Phil Rizzuto, referred to him as “The Best Broadcaster” he had ever collaborated with. In 2009, Spencer was honored with induction into the NYC Basketball Hall of Fame. Notably, apart from the New York Mets, he provided play-by-play commentary for every major professional sports franchise in the New York metropolitan area, including the NFL’s Jets and Giants, the NBA’s Nets and Knicks, the MLB’s Yankees, and others.

Spencer Ross Social Media Platforms

He is active on his social media accounts and often posts on his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.


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