Who is Jim Rich?
Jim Rich is an American journalist working as a sports anchor from Sunday through Thursday on the evening newscasts at FOX 9. In addition, he hosts Vikings postgame shows and FOX 9 Sports Now Sunday nights at 10:35 p.m.
He enjoys being out among the crowds and broadcasting live sportscasts from Target Field or the Xcel Energy Center.
Jim Rich Age
Rich was born in Minnesota, the United States, he has not shared his age, birthday, or the year he was born. This section will be updated as soon as possible.
Jim Rich Height
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Jim Rich Family
Rich was born and raised by his parents in the United States. Information about his family and childhood including his parents and siblings is not available. This section will be updated as soon as information about his parents is available.
Jim Rich Wife
Rich has not shared his relationship status. He prefers to keep his relationship and personal life private. We shall update this section as soon as she shares his partner.
Jim Rich FOX 9 Salary
Rich annual salary is estimated to be between $70 k and $100 k. His exact salary figure is still not available but will be updated soon.
Jim Rich’s Net Worth
Rich has an estimated net worth ranging between $100 k – $500 k. He has earned this figure from his successful journalism career. His exact net worth figure will be updated soon.
Jim Rich Fox 9 Career
Rich serves as a sports anchor at Fox 9. His best experiences with the station are the moments when he was able to spend time with people outside the game, like bringing Jim Thome bass fishing or visiting Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer at his property in Kentucky.
He has most recently covered the story of how the Minnesota Timberwolves improved to 28-25 on the season and won their fourth straight game at Target Center, defeating the Detroit Pistons 118-105.
The Wolves are 53 games into the regular season and are in seventh place in the Western Conference Playoffs, one game behind the Denver Nuggets for sixth place.
Rich discussed with Timberwolves fan and WCCO Radio late-night presenter Henry Lake on Sunday night. Since making it to the Western Conference Finals in 2004, the Timberwolves have only made one playoff appearance.
Since their run to the finals, their 28 victories have tied or exceeded eight seasons. Rich and Lake discuss D’Angelo Russell’s post-game comments about “silent ass fans,” the Timberwolves’ turnaround under Chris Finch, and building a case for Anthony Edwards to be a potential MVP on Sunday night.