Jason Benetti Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, CHAT

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Jason Benetti Biography

This is what you need to know about Jason Benetti, an American well-known sportscaster for  Chicago White Sox games. He also acts as a play-by-play broadcaster for ESPN.

Jason Benetti Age

Benettis was born on 9 September 1983 in the united states. He is 37 years old as of 2020. She also celebrates his birthday on 9 September every year.

Jason Benetti Height

  • Not Known.

Jason Benetti Family

Benetti was born to parents Sue Benetti, Rob Benetti. He has not revealed if he has a sibling hence it will be updated.

Jason Benetti Wife

Benetti is currently single and he has not shared any information about his current love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.

Jason Benetti  Salary

Benetti receives an annual average salary of $ 103K. This is according to CHAT News anchors/reporter’s salaries.

Jason Benetti Net Worth

Benetti has an estimated Net Worth of $ 100k – $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a news anchor is her primary source of income.

Jason Benetti Education

He became a student at Syracuse University where he called lacrosse and women’s basketball. After graduating, Benetti enrolled at Wake Forest University where he earned a law degree.

Jason Benetti Career

He has served as an intern for Chicago’s sports radio station WSCR. In 2011 Benetti joined ESPN,[4] where his broadcasting career would move him on to television, a medium he wanted to avoid when he was a kid. Benetti would call select college basketball games for ESPN3 and then move on to ESPN2 and ESPNU.

In 2013 Benetti called his first football game for AAC Network. Beginning with the 2016 baseball season, Benetti replaced Ken Harrelson as the television play-by-play announcer for select Chicago White Sox home and road games.

In May 2017, the White Sox announced Benetti would take over full-time play-by-play duties in 2019 upon the retirement of Harrelson. Benetti works with the CHAT (“Communication Hope through Assistive Technology”) Camp at Syracuse University.

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