Drew Goodman, one of the most versatile broadcasters in sports, is in his 15th season calling Colorado Rockies games.
For 10 years (1994-2004), Goodman was the play-by-play announcer for Denver Nuggets telecasts for the network and local over-the-air stations. From 2002 through 2004, he was one of few sportscasters to regularly call action for telecasts of two professional teams in the same year, annually logging more than 190 games between the Colorado Rockies and Denver Nuggets.
Over the past few years, Goodman has called NFL games and major college football games nationally for ESPN Radio. Additionally, Goodman has called Mountain West men's basketball and various network live events. In January 2016, he earned his 12th Colorado Sportscaster of the Year honor by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. Prior to becoming the Rockies play-by-play voice in 2002, Goodman worked select Major League Baseball national telecasts for FSN and hosted "Rockies Weekly" with Buddy Bell and Colorado Rockies "Pregame Report."
Goodman's work in football has been extensive, calling NFL games for NBC and FOX at various times over the last twenty years. For three years, he called the Broncos preseason games on the radio, as well as handling their post-game show for five seasons in the mid-90s. As a veteran in the broadcast world, he has had the privilege of working with the ATP Tennis Tour and World Cup Skiing. Goodman continues to be a regularly contributor on 1043 The Fan after a three-year string of hosting a mid-day sports talk show on the station.
A native of New York, Goodman received his bachelor's degree in Communications from Ithaca College in 1985. He and his wife Kristi have been actively involved in several charities through the years, most notably Colorado Youth at Risk, an organization that helps redirect the lives of troubled teens. Their most important endeavor is raising their three baseball players, Jacob, Zachary and Gabriel.