Ryan Ruocco Age: How old is Ryan Ruocco?

Ryan Ruocco

How old is Ryan Ruocco?

Ryan Ruocco was born on November 18, 1986. He is 35 years old.


Who is Ryan Ruocco?

Ryan P. Ruocco is an American sportscaster who has worked on both television and radio. He broadcasts the NBA and WNBA for ESPN, the New York Yankees and Brooklyn Nets for YES Network, and boxing for DAZN.

Ryan Ruocco
Ryan Ruocco

On The Ringer’s podcast network, he hosts R2C2, a podcast with former Yankees all-star pitcher CC Sabathia.

Ruocco is the Brooklyn Nets and New York Yankees’ backup play-by-play announcer on television. In 2011, he joined the Nets, broadcast team.

He also hosts This Week in Football for the YES Network, which focuses on the New York Giants and Jets, and he does select college basketball games for YES. Howard Cross, Gary Myers, and Ross Tucker were his analysts.

He began working for the network in 2007 as a statistician for the New York Yankees.

In June 2015, Ruocco made his debut as a lead play-by-play man for the YES Network, calling a series between the New York Yankees and Houston Astros.

Ruocco took over as the lead voice of the New York Yankees on the YES Network during the 2019 baseball season.

In addition to his normal Yankees broadcasts, Ruocco filled in for YES Network play-by-play announcer Michael Kay, who was undergoing vocal chord surgery.

Ruocco also stood in for WFAN’s iconic radio sportscaster John Sterling, who retired from his first radio broadcast after covering 5,060 consecutive Yankees games since 1989.

Ruocco also has a job with ESPN and ESPN New York 98.7 FM in New York. He’s appeared on The Michael Kay Show as a guest contributor and as a substitute host on numerous ESPN Radio broadcasts.

Prior to 2008, he worked for ESPN Radio as a fill-in broadcaster, anchoring ESPN Radio SportsCenter and serving as an NFL Network correspondent.

He also conducts play-by-play duties for The NFL on ESPN Radio, alongside three other play-by-play guys, Marc Kestecher, Sean McDonough, and Bill Rosinski, beginning in 2013.

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