Robert Flores Bio | Wiki
Robert Flores is a popular American sports journalist. At the moment, Robert works as a studio host for MLB Network and NHL Network. He also fills in for Hot Stove on MLB Network. Previously, Robert worked at ESPN since joining in 2005 and served as an anchor for ESPNEWS and for ESPN’s SportsCenter (2007–2016).
Robert Flores Age
Robert was born on July 7, 1970, in Houston, Texas, in the United States. He is 52 years old. Robert celebrates his birthday on July 7, every year.
Robert Flores Height
He is a man of above-average stature. Robert stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in (Approx 1.75 m).
Robert Flores Family
He was born and raised in Houston, Texas to his caring and dedicated father and mother. At the moment, Robert has not disclosed any details concerning either his parents or if he has siblings.
Robert Flores Wife
Robert is a married man. He happily married his lovely wife whom Robert has not disclosed any details regarding her including her name. However, once the details regarding Robert and his wife and kids are available we shall update.
Robert Flores Education
He studied at J. Frank Dobie High School in Houston and was in the JFD Hall of Fame. Later on, Robert attended the University of Houston. Later on, in 1992, Robert graduated earning a B.A. in Radio/Television.
Robert Flores MLB Network
He works as a studio host for each. He also fills in on MLB Network for Hot Stove. Previously, Robert worked as an ESPN since joining in 2005 and served as an anchor for ESPNEWS and for ESPN’s SportsCenter (2007–2016).
He covered studio updates during every game of ABC College Football, and Saturday Night Football. Robert also worked as a substitute studio host at ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights. He hosted the live afternoon edition of SportsCenter from noon – 3 p.m. alongside Chris McKendry until early September 2009, when Robert was replaced with John Buccigross. Robert became also a substitute host for Baseball Tonight. He declared on February 4, 2016, that he would be leaving ESPN following ten years of service.
Robert became co-anchoring ESPNEWS in 2006, with Danyelle Sargent when she made her current infamous statement “What the fuck was that,” because of technical difficulties. He was once fired for muttering the same curse word on-air in 2004 when he served at KEYE in Austin, Texas on a taped segment that was not planned for air.
Robert made a comment on SportsCenter in March 2015 that Iggy Azalea is “killing hip-hop” leading to many verbal jabs between him and Iggy’s then-boyfriend NBA shooting guard Nick Young.
Robert’s colleagues at MLB Network include:
Adnan Virk -sportscaster
Alexa Datt -Rundown Host
Fran Charles -television personality
Scott Braun -studio host and reporter
Paul Severino -sportscaster and a studio host
Heidi Watney – host and reporter
Alanna Rizzo – TV host and sports reporter
Robert Flores Salary
He earns a satisfying amount from his work as a studio host for MLB Network and NHL Network. Robert’s average salary is $70,461 per year.
Robert Flores Net Worth
He gets his wealth from his work as a studio host for MLB Network and NHL Network. Therefore, Robert has accumulated a decent fortune over the years he has worked. Robert’s estimated net worth is $717,471
How Old is Robert Flores
Robert s a 52-year-old who was born on July 7, 1970, in Houston, Texas, in the United States.
Who Is Robert Flores
Robert works as a studio host for MLB Network and NHL Network. He fills in for Hot Stove on MLB Network. Previously, Robert worked at ESPN since joining in 2005 and served as an anchor for ESPNEWS and for ESPN’s SportsCenter (2007–2016).