Ryan Baker serves as CBS 2 Chicago′s lead sports anchor on the 5:00 PM, 6:00 PM and 10:00 PM weekday newscasts.
Baker joined CBS 2 Chicago from WMAQ-TV in Chicago where he had worked as an anchor and reporter since 2003. He served as the host of the Chicago Bears pre and post-game shows and as host of the Bruce Weber Coach’s Show on the Big Ten Network. Baker’s recent career highlights include reporting from Athens during the 2004 Olympics. In 2005 he covered the University of Illinois’ race to the Final Four and the White Sox historic World Series win. In 2007 he anchored and reported live from Miami during the Bears Super Bowl run.
Before working in Chicago, Baker was a sports anchor at WKMG-TV in Orlando, Fla. (1995-2003). Previously he worked at KFMB-TV in San Diego and in Champaign, Ill. at WCIA-TV and WICD-TV.
Baker is active with the Chicago chapter of the American Diabetes Association and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. He grew up in the south suburbs and graduated from the University of Illinois in 1991.
Elena Delle Donne has spent her entire life preparing for her new role as a Special Olympics Global Ambassador. Her older sister, Lizzie, was born with autism, cerebral palsy, and is both blind and deaf. CBS 2’s Ryan Baker reports.
Enough with the rhetoric, Illinois and Northwestern. Win some games first.
Northwestern football seeking to unionize is the right move.
By Ryan Baker- (CBS) As many of us we gather around the table on Thursday to count our blessings, I’m sure the cynical Chicago sports fan in us will be secretly saying to ourselves, “thanks for nothing.” Such a [...]
Jay Cutler can’t win for losing.
Two months ago my wife said six words to me that changed my life forever. “You’re going to be a Daddy.”
The Bulls dealt with Nike and Jordan. Now it’s Adidas and Rose.
I can’t help but be frustrated by all of the money Chicago has left on the table by being so shortsighted.
I look forward to you joining me in my kitchen as I cook up my thoughts on an smorgasbord of topics.
Ronnie Fields is sharing his story in a documentary entitled “Bounce Back.”
Even though he’s currently out of work while his day job is shut down, Kyle Korver’s T-Shirt company is open for business.