Joe Buck is one of the most prominent American sportscasters who is the lead play-by-play announcer for FOX Sports’ NFL and MLB coverage. His profile comprises calling six Super Bowls, 23 World Series and 25 MLB League Championship Series for Fox network (till 2020). Son of the legendary sportscaster, Jack Buck, Joe began his career – while he was still in college – as the play by play announcer for Louisville Redbirds. A few years later, he was hired by Fox Sports and became the youngest person ever to announce a regular slate of National Football League games on network television. A couple of years later, he added another feather to his cap when he began announcing play-by-play for Major League Baseball (MLB). This time, he became the youngest play-by-play announcer to broadcast baseball’s World Series. He is also amongst the few announcers who have handled the lead MLB and NFL coverage for a television network in the same year. Apart from baseball and football, he has also worked as the lead golf announcer for Fox. His work has been awarded with seven Sports Emmy Awards and four National Sportscaster of the Year award. In 2020, he received Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award, an honour already received by his late father in 1996.