Rob Biertempfel Biography
Rob Biertempfel is a prominent American journalist currently working for The Athletic as a staff writer covering the Pittsburgh Pirates. Before joining The Athletic, Biertempfel over his 24-year career at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review covered Major League Baseball (and college football, the NFL, the NHL as well as a million other things).
Rob Biertempfel Age
Rob was born in the United States, on August 3. He is around 58 years old and celebrates his birthday on August 3rd, of every year.
Rob Biertempfel Height
Bietermpfel stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Rob Biertempfel Education
After completing his primary and high school education, Rob attended the University of Penn State and earned a bachelor of arts in journalism from Penn State University.
Rob Biertempfel Family
He was born to his caring and loving parents in the United States. Rob belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Rob Biertempfel Wife
Rob is happily married to his pretty wife and he has not shared her name with the public. The duo has a handsome son.
Rob Biertempfel Salary
Rob’s average salary is $74,106 per year. This is according to Athletic anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Rob Biertempfel Net Worth
Biertempfel has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Rob Biertempfel Career
He serves at The Athletic as a staff writer covering the Pittsburgh Pirates and for MLB Network as a correspondent. Biertempfel is the lead writer on the Pittsburgh Pirates beat. He also provides analysis, occasional on-air reports, and breaking news about the Pirates, in and out of season. Rob is also a frequent contributor to MLB Radio Network.
Before joining The Athletic, Biertempfel over his 24-year career at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review covered Major League Baseball (and college football, the NFL, the NHL as well as a million other things). He served from 2007-18 as the Trib’s lead writer on the Pittsburgh Pirates/MLB beat. Rob from 1994 through 2005 reported Penn State football. He also wrote sports business stories and covered NHL, NFL, as well as professional boxing.