Bob Nightengale is an eminent American journalist currently serving at USA TODAY in Phoenix, Arizona, United States as a Major League Baseball writer since 1998. Nightengale has been with USA Today for the last 24 years. Throughout his journalism career, Bob has served with different networks such as MSNBC, Los Angeles Times, The Sporting News, and Kansas City Star, just to mention a few.
Also, he works for USA Today as a columnist. Bob launched his journalism career by serving in various firms following his college graduation. Nightengale started covering Major League Baseball back in 1986. Currently, Bob serves at the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWSS) Arizona chapter as chairman.
Bob Nightengale Age
Bob was born in Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America, in 1970. He is 52 years old.
Bob Nightengale Height
Nightengale stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Bob Nightengale Education
He received his high school diploma from a private school located in Arizona. From there, Bob enrolled at the University of Arizona State and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism.
Bob Nightengale Family
He was born to his supportive parents in Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America. Despite being a public eye in the media industry, Rob has maintained a low key toward his family. However, information regarding this matter at hand is presently under review and will be updated as soon as available.
Bob Nightengale Wife
According to his Twitter, Nightengale has revealed that he is a husband and a father. However, Bob publicly shares nothing about his wife or children. Throughout his journalism journey, Bob has served with multiple networks.
Bob Nightengale Salary
Bob earns an annual salary of $77,296 per year. This is according to USA TODAY News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Bob Nightengale’s Net Worth
Nightengale has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Bob Nightengale Career
Currently, Bob serves at USA TODAY as a Major League Baseball writer and columnist. Since 1998, Nightengale has been with the network. Most recently, Bob published articles titled Brian Flores lawsuit holds up a mirror to MLB’s diversity problem” and “MLB approves universal DH, Manfred hopes season starts on time”.
Bob is a member of different groups including the Baseball Industry Network, Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), Bradley University Communication Alumni Network, ASU Walter Cronkite School Alumni, Sports Medicine Updates, Seamheads, Sports Industry Network, and Baseball Operations Group (BOG).