|Birth Name||Jose Manuel Mota Matos|
|Birth Place||Santo Domingo|
|Famous Name||Jose Mota|
|Birth Date||March 16, 1965|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
|Siblings||Andy Mota, Tony Mota|
|House Location||San Gabriel Valley, California|
|No. of Twitter Followers||19k|
|No. of Instagram Followers||10k|
|Height||5 feet 9 inch (1.75m)|
|Show||"Game of the Week", "NFL Sunday"|
|Coworker||Amaury Pi-Gonzalez and Mark Gubicza|
|No. of Siblings||2|
|Profession||Sportscaster and Color Commentator|
|Famous for||Bilingual Broadcasting in Spanish and English|
|Currently Working For||Fox Sports|
|Awards||2015 Best Foreign Language Commentator|
|Current City||San Gabriel Valley, California|
|University attended||California State University, Fullerton|
|Married to||Marie mota|
|Children||2; Joey and Alina|
As of 2018, Jose Mota has an estimated net worth over $1.5 million. Being a sportscaster and color commentator, his average salary is estimated to be around $45,000. Jose Mota is married to Marie Mota, to whom he has two beautiful children Joey and Alina.
Jose Manuel Mota Matos was born on March 16, 1965, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to parents Manny Mota and Margarita Mota. His father Manny Mota is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) Outfielder and a longtime Los Angeles Dodgers Coach.
Jose grew up alongside his two brothers Andy Mota and Tony Mota.
During his early years, Mota learned to play baseball with his father. At the age of 20, he attended California State University Fullerton in California on a baseball scholarship. Further, he graduated with a degree in Communications.
After graduation, he did an internship with Fred Roggin at Channel 4. He also worked in some of the local TV and radio stations.
Regarding Jose Mota's salary and net worth, he made most of the career earnings through his broadcasting career. The reported average salary for sportscaster is estimated to be $55,000 a year.
Normally, Major Network Sports announcer could make an estimated net worth over $5 million. Being a Fox Sports West Sportscaster till date, Mota has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
The range of professional announcer's salary is reported to be between $18,000-$65,000. Further, Mota has an annual salary of about $45,000.
Mota's net worth also includes a stunning silver Audi A4 car, which reportedly costs around $45,000. There isn't any detailed information about his house locations and other personal properties.
Jose Mota started his career as a baseball player in 1985 and has been broadcasting since 2002, on several sports network.
At the age of 20, Mota accepted a baseball scholarship offered by California State University. In 1985, he was drafted in the second round by the Chicago White Sox in the 1985 Amateur Draft.
Later, he joined some of the best professional baseball teams like Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Oakland Athletics. He was then sent to the San Diego Padres in 1989 and made his major league debut in 1991 with the Padres.
With Padres, he played in 17 games but had only 17 at-bats and hit .222.
The next season he signed with Kansas City Royals as a minor league free agent. With Royals, he batted .230 in 1992, .282 in 1993 and .257 in 1994. Mota played in more than 100 games in each of the three years.
In Omaha, Mota became known for his versatility, playing every infield and outfield position during his time there. He played in 60 games and is his average hitting was .232.
|1985||Two-time Collegiate All-American second baseman|
|2015||Best foreign language color commentator|
|2017||California State University's Alumni Wall of Fame|
From 1997 till the present date, Mota has served as a color analyst/play-by-play announcer for the FOX baseball "Game of the Week" in Spanish, including MLB playoffs and World Series, and for the "NFL Sunday" football broadcasts.
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He currently serves as a TV pre/post game analyst on Fox Sports West. In addition, he also handled the in-game color analyst role for home Spanish television broadcasts during the 2013-17 seasons.
He has served as the first and only full-time bilingual baseball broadcaster, as on a given day, Mota addresses both the Spanish and the English-speaking baseball audiences.
His first MLB broadcast assignment was for the Los Angeles Dodgers Spanish radio in 2001. In 2009, he worked as MLB International's color analyst for the worldwide telecast of the World Baseball Classic.
He worked as a sideline reporter for ESPN during the World Baseball Classic of 2006, 2013 and 2017. On August 20, 2017, Mota did play-by-play announcing for the Angels radio broadcasts on AM station KWKW.
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He became the first MLB broadcaster to do called play-by-play commentary on English radio broadcasts and Spanish radio broadcasts. In January 2018, Mota assisted Vladimir Guerrero as the translator at his introductory press conference.
Regarding the personal life of Jose Mota, he is currently 53 years old. Further, his star sign is Pisces. Mota is married to Marie Mota, a school teacher, to whom he has two children; Joey and Alina.
However, there isn't any detailed information about his wedding information.
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His father Manny Mota is a former MLB outfielder and a longtime coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Mota family founded the non-profit organization Mota's Faces in 2011, which promotes the youngster's education in the Dominican Republic.
He lives with his family in the San Gabriel Valley. Apart from these, Mota is pretty famous on Social media. He has more than 19k followers on twitter and 10k followers on Instagram.
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