Cj Nitkowski Biography
Cj Nitkowski is a preeminent sportscaster and a left-handed previous professional baseball pitcher currently working as a broadcaster for the Rangers and SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio.
He played in the major leagues for the New York Yankees, Atlanta Braves, Texas Rangers, Washington Nationals, New York Mets, Houston Astros, and Detroit Tigers.
Moreover, Nitkowski has also played for the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks based in Nippon Professional Baseball. Furthermore, Cj has also played for the Doosan Bears, Nexen Heroes, and SK Wyverns in the KBO League.
Cj Nitkowski Age
Cj was born in Suffern, New York, United States of America, on March 9, 1973, He is 48 years old.
Cj Nitkowski Height
Nitkowski stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 2 inches ( Approx 1.88m).
Cj Nitkowski Education
He attended Don Bosco Preparatory High School located in Ramsey, New Jersey, and graduated with a high school diploma. Later, Cj joined the University of Florida Atlantic for one year prior to transferring to St. John’s University
Cj Nitkowski Family
Cj was born to his stalwart mother and his staunch father in Suffern, New York, in the USA. However, He has not shared any salient intel with reference to his parents or whether he has any siblings. Therefore, We will fill in this gap as soon as we have clear facts about his family members.
Cj Nitkowski Wife
He is a married man to his prepossessing wife called Megan Nitkowski. Together, the duo resides in Alpharetta, Georgia.
Cj Nitkowski Children
He is a proud father of three handsome sons named Brooke Nitkowski, Luke Nitkowski, and Matthew Nitkowski. Luke is 13 years old at this present moment, Brooke is 19 years old and Matthew is presently 21 years old.
Cj Nitkowski Salary
Cj receives an annual salary of $85,229 per year, This is according to MLB Network Radio anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Cj Nitkowski Net Worth
Nitkowski has an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Cj Nitkowski Career
In 1994 Major League Baseball, Cj was made the ninth overall pick draft by the Cincinnati Reds. On June 3, 1995, He made his major-league premiere with the Cincinnati Reds.
Nitkowski was then traded with Mark Lewis by the team. Additionally, Dave Tuttle, a minor leaguer was traded on July 31, 1995, for David Wells to the Detroit Tigers.
The Detroit Tigers traded Nitkowski after the 1996 season with Trever Miller, José Lima, Daryle Ward, and Brad Ausmus to the Houston Astros for Brian Hunter, Todd Jones, Doug Brocail, Orlando Miller, and cash.
The Houston Astros traded Cj with Brad Ausmus after the 1998 season back to the Detroit Tigers for Brian Powell, Paul Bako, Dean Crow, and minor-leaguers Mark Persails and Carlos Villalobos.