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Bo Porter Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, MLB Network

Bo Porter Biography

Bo Porter is an American former MLB player and manager presently serving as MLB Director of Coaching Development. Since March 2022, Bo serves as an MLB Network analyst and broadcaster. Porter is also the  Chief Executive and Founder Officer of CORE Magazine.

Bo Porter Age

Bo was born in Newark, New Jersey, in the United States of America, on July 5, 1972. He is 50 years old.

Bo Porter Height

Porter stands at a moderate height of 6 ft (Approx 1.83 m).

Bo Porter Education

He attended Weequahic High School and attained his high school diploma, where he was an all-state performer in football, baseball, and basketball.

Bo later joined the University of Iowa and played for the Iowa Hawkeyes both baseball and football. In both sports, Porter received All-Big Ten Conference honors.

Bo Porter Family

Bo was born in Newark, New Jersey, in the United States to his supportive father and mother. Porter is the son of Bryce and holds American nationality.

Bo Porter Wife

He is in a relationship with his pretty wife Heather Brown who has been Featured in OPRAH Magazine! Top Provider of Braces and is a doctor. Bo lives in Houston, Texas, since 1996.

Bo Porter Salary

Bo’s annual salary is $83,140 per year. This is according to MLB Network anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.

Bo Porter Net Worth

Porter has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.

Bo Porter Career

As of now, Bo serves as MLB Director of Coaching Development. Since March 2022, He serves as an MLB Network analyst and broadcaster.

Porter is also the Chief Executive and Founder of CORE Magazine. Before Mid Atlantic,  Bo was a baseball analyst of pre and post-games for over two years at MASN.

He was first drafted by Chicago Cubs in the 40th round during the 1993 MLB draft. Bo made his first major league debut at the Chicago Cubs in 1999.
Further, He was appointed in the Rule 5 draft to play for the team in a one-game season by the Oakland Athletics. In addition, Porter played minor games at Colorado Rockies and  Atlanta Braves.
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