Alex Del Barrio

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What I do for SportsRadio 610: I’m a jack-of-all-trades for 610. I report on the Houston area pro teams, anchor sports flashes, write for and host on the weekends and as a fill-in. Wherever they need me to be, I show up. It’s a pretty sweet gig.

Birthday: May 9th

Twitter: @ADBsportsguy

Hometown: Mission, TX (Home of Tom Landry and Tito Santana)

College(s): Boston University and University of Texas-Pan American

High School: Mission High School – I was the Student Body President. (Don’t act like you’re not impressed)

How long at SportsRadio 610: October 2013. I just got here, but I am hitting the ground running.

The coolest person at 610: I think I am gonna go with Robert Henslee, only because he makes sure I get on the schedule.

What I love about Houston: This is the city where I learned to love sports. Going to the Summit to see the Rockets advance to the Finals in the 90’s began my love for sports. The Astrodome is the site of so many fond sports memories as well from Astros playoff games to Wrestlemania X-7. I have family and friends here and I am glad to finally call it my home.

My favorite four letter word: Food

Favorite people to interview: I’ll name some of the coolest interviews I have had the chance to do. Bob Knight, Abby Wambach, Dwight Howard, Clyde Drexler, Mike Eruzione, Dwight Howard.

My experience: Well I probably have the most diverse work experience in professional sports. I started as a minor league baseball announcer in Edinburg, TX for the Edinburg Roadrunners winning a championship in 2004 (yes I got a ring). That experience led to a position as a sports talk show host in the Rio Grande Valley. I have been a play-by-play announcer for a variety of sports most recently with the Rockets D-League franchise the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. I have also worked play-by-play for the NBA D-League and NBA-TV. In addition I was a television sports anchor at XHRIO-TV (FOX) in McAllen, TX.

I have most recently served as the in-arena voice of the world famous Harlem Globetrotters. I had the opportunity to visit over 20 countries and all over the United States and Canada during my world tours.

The teams I followed growing up: New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Dallas Stars, Houston Rockets, Houston Astros,

Signature phrases: Unbelievable, Bingo, (I’m sure there are others)

Favorite sport experiences:

  • Serving as the PA Announcer at Fenway Park on September 21, 2012 (Red Sox v. Orioles)
  • Camping out on Landsdowne Street for over 18 hours to buy tickets for Game 2 of the 2004 World Series at Fenway Park (Yes I got in)
  • Witnessing Game 5 of the 1994 Western Conference Finals at the Summit with the Rockets beating the Jazz and advancing to the NBA Finals.
  • Being at every Astros victory during their 2005 World Series run, including the 18 inning game between the Astros and Braves in the NLDS.
  • Announcing at amazing venues all over the world with the Globetrotters like Madison Square Garden, Staples Center, Wembley Arena (London) and the Allstate Arena.
  • Calling a last second three-pointer for the Rio Grande Valley Vipers victory in the 2010 NBA Development League Finals.
  • Owning a pair of championship rings.
  • Being at  Wrestlemania X-Seven in Houston and Wrestlemania XX at Madison Square Garden.

Sports I played growing up: Basketball and Madden football


Fiedorowicz Hoping For Breakout Game Versus Cardinals

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – Texans tight end CJ Fiedorowicz is still trying to shake off some on-field rust after missing six games and a lot of practice time after being placed on injured reserve after Week One when he suffered a concussion against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Fiedorowicz had just two receptions for 10 yards in last […]


Will Fuller Won’t Play Sunday Against Arizona With Rib Injury

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – Texans wideout Will Fuller will be held out of Sunday’s game against Arizona as he is dealing with a rib/chest injury suffered in the first half against the Los Angeles Rams.


Houston City Council Proclaims Sunday Is Andre Johnson Day

The week leading up to being the first inductee in the Houston Texans’ Ring of Honor is a busy one for Andre Lamont Johnson. 


Texans Place Griffin On IR As Fiedorowicz Returns To Active Roster

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – The Texans placed tight end Ryan Griffin on injured reserve on Friday after the veteran tight end suffered a concussion in Sunday’s loss to the Indianapolis Colts. It was Griffin’s second concussion during the 2017 season as he missed the Week 2 match-up against Cincinnati after suffering a head injury against […]


Texans Back-Up Yates Has Confidence In Savage; Ready If Needed

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – Quarterback TJ Yates has been back at NRG Stadium for less than a week, but as he returns for his third different stint with the Houston Texans he’s more prepared than ever to step in to play quarterback for a team that is still reeling from the loss of rookie sensation […]


Savage Won’t Blame Rust For Poor Throws; Believes He’s An NFL Starter

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – Tom Savage said on Wednesday that he’s his own worst critic. The former and the now, by default, current starting quarterback of the Houston Texans is hoping to bounce back from what was a depressing and deflating performance in Houston’s  20-16 loss versus the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Savage completed just […]


Tom Savage Ready To Step In For Injured Watson

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – Tom Savage was Bill O’Brien’s choice to be the Houston starting quarterback even after the drafting of Deshaun Watson back in April. Little did Savage or anyone else know that Savage’s term as the team’s starter would last just one half in the season opener to the Jaguars. On Thursday every […]


Before Watson Injury Texans Rave Of His “Catchable” Ball

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is out for the 2017 season on the same day he was named the AFC’s Offensive Player of the Month. During practice on Thursday Watson tore the ACL in his right knee in a non contact drill ending one of the most remarkable starts for a quarterback […]


O’Brien, Texans Players React To Departure of Duane Brown

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – Duane Brown’s exit from the team he played his first nine full NFL seasons with was all but expected as the NFL’s Tuesday trade deadline approached. After returning from his seven week holdout which included the entirety of training camp and little to no communication as to what his contract demands […]


Clark Returns To Practice As Texans Move on From Brown

Chris Clark returning to the Houston Texans’ practice field on Wednesday couldn’t have happened at a better time.