Drew Goodman, one of the most versatile broadcasters in sports, is in his 17th year calling Colorado Rockies games.
For ten years (1994-2004), Goodman was the TV play by play announcer for Denver Nuggets telecasts and from 2002-2004 was one of a few broadcasters to regularly call action for telecasts of two professional teams in the same year, annually logging more than 190 games between the Rockies and Nuggets. Prior to becoming the Rockies TV PXP voice in 2002 he worked select MLB national games for FSN and FX, and hosted the "Rockies Pregame Report" and "Rockies Weekly."
His work in football has been extensive, including stints calling the NFL for both NBC and FOX. He has called college football and basketball for FOX Sports NET, FX, ESPN, PAC 12 Network and AT&T Sportsnet over the last thirty years and continues those chores at the conclusion of the baseball season. His work has not been limited to just the major sports as he has covered everything from the ATP Tennis tour to track and field to World Cup skiing. Between 2012-2014 he co-hosted one of the top rated radio shows in Denver for 104.3 The Fan, and currently hosts the "Charlie Blackmon Show" for the station. In January of 2017 he was voted by his peers the winner of his 13th Colorado sportscaster of the year honor from the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters association.
A native of New York, Goodman received his bachelor's degree in communications from Ithaca College in 1985. He and his wife Kristi's most important endeavor is raising their three baseball players, Jacob, Zachary, and Gabriel.