Pat Tomasulo

Pat Tomasulo is the sports anchor and reporter on the WGN Morning News. He joined WGN-TV in June 2005.

Prior to coming to WGN, Pat was sports reporter and anchor at WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York. He previously spent three years as sports director, weekend sports anchor and reporter at WJFW-TV in Rhinelander, WI.

In August of 2009, Pat was voted one of the top five broadcasters chosen to sit alongside Kelly Ripa as co-host to “Live! with Regis & Kelly” as part of a nationwide promotion. He was also one of the hosts of “Shaq Vs,” a nationally televised reality show featuring basketball superstar Shaquille O’Neal.

Pat received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from The College of New Jersey.

Recent Articles
  • Fergie Jenkins shows off his World Series ring

    CHICAGO — Cubs Hall of Fame pitcher Fergie Jenkins shares the story behind raising a World Series banner at Wrigley Field, breaks down the Cubs slower-than-expected start, and explains what it would take to get Sammy Sosa back with the organization. You can meet Fergie on Thursday, May 4 from 7-9pm at Village Inn Pizzeria at 8050 N. Lincoln in Skokie. For your chance to win an autographed baseball from Fergie, go to our Facebook page here.

  • Top 5 phrases Pat Tomasulo’s father passed on to him

    On Wednesday’s “The List” segment, sports anchor Pat Tomasulo shared the top 5 phrases that his father has passed on to him: You can’t beat it. I’m not paying _____ for parking. Do you konw what the traffic is like at ______? And then this guy says to me… What are ya gonna do???

  • Chicago Bulls’ Rajon Rondo rips Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade on Instagram

    CHICAGO — It’s safe to say veteran point guard Rajon Rondo’s expectations with the Bulls aren’t going as he planned, and he’s not going to be quiet about it. After Thursday night’s loss, Jimmy Butler and Dwayne Wade spoke to the media about how they don’t think their young teammates care enough to win. Rondo responded on Instagram with a picture of him with Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce during their days with the Celtics, when they won the championship in 2008. He wrote: […]

  • New White Sox manager Rick Renteria previews the season and SoxFest

    Rick Renteria stopped by the WGN Morning News ahead of his first season as White Sox manager. He tells Pat Tomasulo what he hopes to instill in the players and what the new batch of prospects can bring to the team. He also reflects on his time on the North Side of town and how his experience with the Cubs shaped him as a manager. SoxFest is this weekend, and Renteria is taking part in a very special ceviche competition. […]

  • David Ross on rumors about working for Cubs front office, Grandpa Rossy jokes, new book

    CHICAGO — The oldest player to ever hit a home run in Game 7 of a World Series, newly retired Cubs catcher David Ross stopped by WGN Morning News Tuesday. One of the most interesting things he talked about was the rumors circulating that he might work for the Cubs front office. “They’ve reached out, Jed and Theo have reached out, and I feel like I’m going to be connected to this group for a long, long time, and there’s […]

  • Bears Insider on losing another winnable game

  • WGN anchor lip syncs Gucci Mane song during proposal story

    Rapper Gucci Mane got engaged on the Kiss Cam during the Atlanta Hawks game Tuesday night. Naturally, when WGN Morning News Sports anchor Pat Tomasulo read the story, he proceeded to lip sync a little of Mane’s song “I Think I Love Her.” As Tomasulo noted, Mane has now confirmed very publicly that he does indeed “love her.” Watch the clip in its entirety in the player above. Also during Tuesday’s game, Mane gave a contest-winning fan a Rolex and he performed at […]

  • Bears Insider on losses and injuries piling up

  • WGN anchor ready for ANYTHING if Cubs win the World Series

    Everyone in Chicago has been hearing the number 108 a lot this year. And WGN Morning News Pat Tomasulo wondered: Are we actually prepared if the Cubs finally win a World Series after all those years? He met up with a guy whose mission is to survive, no matter what. More info:

  • WGN anchor takes shots with 90-year-old Cubs fan seen in post-NLCS interview

    CHICAGO — Some people in Chicago already know who Dorothy Farrell is. She has had the same season ticket seat in the first row at Wrigley Field since 1984. But after Game 6 of the NLCS, the 90-year-old Cubs fan got national recognition after she said in a post-game interview that she planned to celebrate her favorite team’s win with Jägermeister shots. “I just love my Cubbies!"@Ken_Rosenthal talks with long-time @Cubs' fan Dorothy. # — FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) October 23, […]