Morning Anchor Raul Martinez joined NBC10 Boston and NECN in May of 2016.
He was born and raised in El Paso, Texas and got his undergraduate degree in journalism at TCU. Syracuse University was his next stop, where he received his Master's degree in broadcast journalism.
Raul's search for his first job as a sports journalist led him back to his hometown. He started at KVIA back in 2004 as a weekend sports anchor. One year later, he was named Sports Director at the age of 24.
He left El Paso after seven years and joined KDVR/KWGN in Denver as the weekend sports anchor and spent four years in the Mile High City where he covered two Super Bowls.
Since coming to Boston, Raul has been a busy man. As Sports Director, he covered three Patriots Super Bowl appearances (2 titles), a 2018 World Series title from the Red Sox, a Stanley Cup Final appearance by the Bruins and the Celtics going to two Eastern Conference Finals. He moved from sports to the morning shows in 2022.
He and his wife have two daughters and son who was recently born in Boston.
The Boston Celtics could be without one of their best defensive players in Game 4 of the team’s first-round NBA playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets.
We got some exciting news this week. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker announced that the state will move into Phase 4, Step 1 on March 22, which will allow large indoor and outdoor arenas and ballparks like Fenway Park, Gillette Stadium and TD Garden to admit up to 12% of capacity. When you think about it, it’s not that many fans. There…
Although his current contract expires after this season, Cam Newton is up for staying in Foxboro. The New England Patriots quarterback told NBC10 Boston’s Raul Martinez on Tuesday that he “absolutely” wants to be with the team next season. “I think for me, I’m always up for a challenge,” Newton said. “There’s a lot of unfinished business, knowing there’s...
It took an extra four months, but Fenway Park has finally held a competitive game of baseball in 2020. The Red Sox hosted the Toronto the Blue Jays Tuesday night. It was just an exhibition game — the Sox’ 60-game regular season starts Friday — but it was the first nine innings of baseball in Boston since the coronavirus pandemic…
By now, you’ve probably seen Julian Edelman’s post on social media. If you haven’t, the Patriots wide receiver Photoshopped his head over that of John Cusack in the iconic boombox scene in the 1980s teen classic “Say Anything.” His caption? “Baby come back.” And you know what? I’m with Edelman. I think Patriots Nation is with me, too. I...
Neither the New England Patriots nor the Los Angeles Rams broke a sweat Saturday in what was their final “practice” for the Super Bowl.