Orel Hershise is a former MLB baseball pitcher and broadcaster currently working for Dodgers at SportsNet LA as a color analyst and is also a professional poker player.
As an MLB player, Hershiser played from 1983 to 2000 in 18-season games throwing and battling right. In addition, Orel is the author of two books Out of the Blue in 1989 and also Between the Lines in 2002.
Orel Hershiser Age
Orel was born in Buffalo, New York, in the United States on September 16, 1958. He is 63 years old.
Orel Hershiser Height
Hershiner stands at a height of 6 ft 3 inches (Approx 1.92 m).
Orel Hershiser Education
He attended Cherry Hill High School East in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and earned his high school diploma. In 1976, Hershiser was an all-conference selection his senior year and made his single-game strikeout record for his high school with 15 batters in a game against Deptford. Later, Orel joined the University of Bowling Green State with a partial scholarship.
Orel Hershiser Family
Orel was born in Buffalo, New York, in the United States to his father and mother Orel Leonard III and Mildred Hershiser. His father served as a league administrator and coach, and his mother own a snack bar. Hershiser grew up in Detroit and Toronto when he was 12 years the family moved to Toronto, Ontario.
Orel Hershiser Wife
He is happily married to his pretty wife called Dana Deaver in 2010. She is a former literacy specialist and together with Orel, they live in Las Vegas along with their two amazing children. In 1981, Orel was married to Jamie Byars, and in 2005 parted ways. He is a dad to handsome two sons called Orel Leonard V (known as Quinton) and Jordan.
Orel Hershiser Salary
Orel’s annual salary is $82,450 per year. This is according to SportsNet LA anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Orel Hershiser Net Worth
Hershiser has an approximate net worth of $20 million.
Orel Hershiser Career
He has been serving the Dodgers at SportsNet LA as a color analyst. From 2000 to 2001, Hershier served at the Little League World Series for ABC and ESPN. During the 2001 season, He served for ESPN on Wednesday Night Baseball.
Moreover, Hershier became Executive Director of the Rangers, reporting to Club President Jeff Cogen but left on February 3, 2006.
Further, Orel also served for Sunday Night Baseball, Baseball Tonight, and the Little League World Series as an ESPN analyst.