Jake Mintz Biography
Jake Mintz is an eminent American journalist who has been working as a co-host for the MLB Network since April 2019. He also works as a baseball analyst for FOX Sports. He also worked as the senior editorial producer at MLB Advanced Media since June 2017. Prior he spent a month writing content for the Manchester City Football Club website. He can be seen riding his bike whenever he is not working.
Jake Mintz Age
Jake Mintz was born in the United States of America. Unfortunately, his birth date and year are unknown. Therefore, his exact age and when he celebrates his birthday remain unknown.
Jake Mintz Height
Jake stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches/1.75 m tall.
Jake Mintz Family
Jake was born and raised by his hardworking and caring parents in the United States. He was born in the United States but is of white ethnicity. However, he has not shared any information regarding his parents or siblings.
Jake Mintz Wife
Despite being a well-known media personality, Jake has managed to keep his marital status a secret. Therefore, it is unknown whether he is married, single, or dating. However, we will keep you updated as soon as we receive relevant and reliable information about the situation.
Jake Mintz Education
Jake attended a local high school before enrolling at Washington University in St. Louis. He enrolled at the institution in 2013 and studied for four years before graduating in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in History, Writing, and Islamic Studies.
Jake Mintz Salary
Jake pockets an annual salary of $91,860.
Jake Mintz’s Net Worth
Jake’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Jake Mintz Career
Jake has worked as a co-host for the MLB Network since joining the network in April 2019. Since June 2017, he has also worked as the senior editorial producer at MLB Advanced Media. Jake is a regular baseball analyst on FOX Sports. Jake is also a co-founder of Cespedes Family Barbecue with his partner Jordan Shusterman.
Jake worked for Manchester City Football Club for a year, where he was in charge of writing and creating content for the club’s website. His first job was as a Crew Chief at Home Run Baseball Camp in Washington, DC, where he worked for five years and three months.