A six-time Emmy Award winner, Joe Buck is one of sports television's premier play-by-play commentators. Along with all-time greats Curt Gowdy and Al Michaels, he is one of three national broadcasters to work as the lead announcer in both the NFL and MLB broadcast booth on a network level in the same season.
Buck has called ten World Series for Fox Sports and handled play-by-play for two Super Bowls, including the New York Giants' dramatic comeback win over the New England Patriots in February 2008. Buck recently signed with HBO to host a new sports talk show, Joe Buck Live, which had its debut this June and will air on a quarterly basis to work around his play-by-play duties with Fox.
Joe Buck has been a play-by-play commentator of the NFL for Fox Sports for 16 years. In that time, he has seen the rise of legendary teams, and their falls. He knows the players on the field, and the players behind the scenes calling the shots. In this entertaining and informative presentation, Joe discusses his experiences with football athletes, coaches, owners and everyone in between and examines issues and trends affecting the game and where its headed for the future.
With over three decades of calling baseball games for the St. Louis Cardinals and Fox Sports, Joe Buck knows a bit about baseball. Packed with data, trivia, baseball lore and more, Buck examines this quintessentially American pastime and analyzes recent controversies, trends and its evolution from open farm fields to million-dollar stadiums with player salaries to match.