Red Sox Field Reporter
Family: Husband - Kevin
Hobbies: Working out, Reading
Pets: Cappuccino, the Big Fluffy Persian Cat
Favorite Sport to watch: (after Baseball) Football
Favorite sports to play: Golf, Running/Races
Favorite Food: Sushi
Favorite TV Show: Entourage
Favorite Singer or Musical Group: Bon Jovi
Favorite Movie: Top Gun
Favorite Sports Movie: A League of Their Own (loved Jon Lovitz's character: Ernie Capadino!)
Favorite Piece of clothing: This one pair of ripped Seven Jeans
If you could spend a day with anyone who would it be? Jim McKay & Bob Costas (I'm obsessed with the Olympics)
What was your most embarrassing moment on television? I was doing a half-time report for the ArenaCup (Arena Football's minor league) and my reporter piece, by mistake, was aired right out of commercial. When they came to me on the field, I led into the story, and stood there for a whole minute waiting for them to run the piece (I had no ear-piece to hear the producer in the truck) so I looked like a deer in headlights.
Favorite professional team growing up? The New York Football Giants
Favorite professional player growing up? Phil Simms Tina Cervasio serves as NESNs Boston Red Sox field reporter. She conducts pre and post-game interviews with players, coaches and management, plus delivers in-game updates from the ballpark. During the off-season she continues to cover the Red Sox and other New England sporting events for NESN SportsDesk. Before joining NESN, Cervasio was the weekend morning sports anchor on WCBS-TV Channel 2 in New York City and contributing with reports during the week. Over her 10 year sports broadcasting career, Tina worked as a reporter or anchor/host on NFL Sunday Ticket, Animal Planet, ESPN2, FOX Sports NY, Sunshine Network, and "The New Jersey Fishing Show" on CN8. Cervasio has extensive sports radio experience as well, as a 20/20 update anchor on WFAN Sports Radio 660 in New York, sideline reporting for the NFL on Sports USA Radio, and filling in as the sports anchor on the "Imus in the Morning" program on MSNBC and WFAN. Cervasio has covered everything as a sports broadcaster from the World Series to Arena Football, but the highlight of Tina's career was covering the Olympic Games for Westwood One Radio's national coverage. At the Torino Winter Games in 2006, Tina was the voice of Women's Hockey with live reports and play-by-play coverage, she also contributed as an Olympic update anchor. In 2004, at the Athens Summer Olympics, Tina did Men's and Women's Gymnastics play-by-play and studio analysis. A native of New Jersey, Tina graduated from the University of Maryland where she started her career at WMUC Radio and produced and anchored "Terrapin Time Out" on the college television station.