Todd Sadowski (Journalist)

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As a sportscaster, Todd Sadowski revels in one of the most enjoyable jobs where he gets paid to talk about sports. While he humorously notes that he doesn’t have to pay his bosses to do this job, it’s clear that his path to becoming a sportscaster was paved with hard work and dedication.

Todd’s journey included previous stops in Baltimore, Reston, Virginia, Allentown, Pennsylvania, and Knoxville, Tennessee, before he joined FOX43 in February of 2000. Along this journey, he was blessed with an incredible wife and two amazing children, who, despite his resistance, keep growing.

To get to know Todd better, it’s worth mentioning that he was voted “Unsung Hero” by his senior classmates and “Athlete of the Year” by his high school coaches at Westminster High School in Carroll County, Maryland. He may prefer to highlight the achievements of other athletes and coach his kids’ sports teams, but for professional credibility, he shares some personal tidbits and memorable moments from his past.

In high school, Todd actively participated in sports like football, basketball, baseball, and golf. His college sports journey led him to play baseball at the University of Maryland Baltimore-County (UMBC).

Now, when it comes to his favorite sports, Todd enjoys playing golf and ice hockey. However, when it comes to watching sports on TV, football takes the lead, with NFL Sundays being a particularly cherished time for him.

In terms of personal achievements, Todd recalls an exceptional performance in a Little League game, where he went 5 for 6 with a home run, four doubles, and 11 RBIs at the plate, while also pitching a 1-hit shutout with 17 strikeouts. It’s a testament to his athletic prowess, even at a young age.

One of Todd’s most cherished memories was being in the crowd on September 6, 1995, at Camden Yards when Cal Ripken, Jr. broke Lou Gehrig’s consecutive games played streak with 2,131.

As a sports reporter, Todd has witnessed some remarkable moments, including the “Music City Miracle” when the Tennessee Titans defeated the Buffalo Bills in the playoffs, the Penn State vs. Florida State Orange Bowl, multiple Super Bowls, and the Phillies’ World Series appearances. He’s also had the privilege of visiting iconic venues like “The Swamp” at Florida University, Neyland Stadium at the University of Tennessee, Oakmont Country Club in Pittsburgh, Merion Golf Club in Philadelphia, and Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, among others.

Todd’s sports bucket list includes attending The Masters, the NCAA Final Four, and the Stanley Cup, which he aspires to experience in the future.

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