Jeff Nelson Biography
Jeff Nelson is a retired American baseball relief pitcher. Presently, he is a broadcaster. Nelson has filled in on sports radio KJR-AM in Seattle.
During the 2010 post-season, Jeff served for MLB.com as an analyst. In 2016, He joined Fox Sports’ pre-game broadcast team for Miami Marlin.
In 2019, He served for the YES Network as a game analyst where he occasionally called games for his former team. On July 12, 2019, Jeff started appearing on the YES Network’s pregame show.
Jeff Nelson Age
Jeff was born in Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America, on November 17, 1966. He is 55 years old.
Jeff Nelson Heigh
Nelson stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 11 inches ( Approx 1.8m).
Jeff Nelson Education
He attended and earned his high school diploma from Catonsville High School where he played basketball and baseball.
Jeff Nelson Family
Jeff was born in Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America to his caring father and mother. Despite his publicity, Jeff has not shared his family information away from the limelight. Once we have detailed information about his family members we will update you on this section.
Jeff Nelson Wife
Jeff has managed to keep his love life status hidden despite his publicity and fame in both the games field and the media fields as well. However, information regarding his marital status is under review and will be updated as soon as available,
Jeff Nelson Salary
Jeff receives an annual salary of $68,669 per year.
Jeff Nelson Net Worth
Nelson has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Jeff Nelson Career
Before the 1996 season, Nelson was sent to the New York Yankees. In that season, He made the American League All-Star team.
However, in 2001, he returned to Seattle as a free agent. AL manager Joe Torre considered His All-Star selection as an innovative move as the latter’s role of middle relief was traditionally overlooked during the All-Star selection.
Nelson along with left-handed pitcher Arthur Rhodes formed the right side of Seattle’s potent lefty/righty setup squad from 2001 to 2003.
Nelson held opposing batters to a .136 batting average, a .199 slugging percentage, and .074/.110 in 2001 once he had two strikes on them.
During the 2003 midseason, Jeff Nelson was traded to the Yankees. However, The Yankees lost to the Florida Marlins in the World Series and once again he left the Yankees.
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