About Bob Socci

A Voice For All Seasons

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Preparing to broadcast January’s Army-Navy men’s basketball game with Reggie Miller on the CBS Sports Network (photo courtesy of Phil Hoffman).

 

Thanks for visiting my site, and allowing me to share who I am and what I do.

Regarding the former, I am, first and always, an extremely fortunate husband and father. As such, I’m no worse than tied for first, among the luckiest guys I know.

Concerning the latter, I’m just as fortunate, doing what I love, as a broadcaster and writer based in the Boston area.

Instead of boring you with my resume, I’ll simply recite a handful of career highlights:

  • The last 16 years, I’ve enjoyed the privilege of calling radio play-by-play for the U.S. Naval Academy football team. There’s nothing like Army-Navy; in anything.
  • I’ve benefited from a long association with the Patriot League, and continue to call its basketball games for the CBS Sports Network. Before Lehigh shocked Duke — and nearly everyone else — I was thrilled to see them earn that opportunity last March in the Patriot League championship.
  • I am also an experienced baseball broadcaster, lending a soundtrack to the summer for fans of the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes, Norfolk Tides and Pawtucket Red Sox. I was hired by the 2004 ‘King of Baseball,’ Dave Rosenfield, to be the original ‘voice’ of Homer Simpson’s favorite team.
  • As a freelance writer, I’m always interested in telling a story that touches others and transcends sports. Some of my latest work appeared in the NCAA Tournament game program and on the U.S. Olympic Comittee’s official site, www.TeamUSA.org.

Stick around for a while to see and hear for yourself. And please be sure to peruse my blogs ‘Socci On The Sox‘ at www.pawsox.com, ‘A Voice For All Seasons’ at www.bobsocci.net and ‘A View From The Booth‘ at www.navysports.com.

You can also reach me at bob@bobsocci.com. Again, thanks for your time and interest.

Enjoy.