Scott Merkin Biography
Scott Merkin is an eminent American journalist currently serving at MLB Advanced Media, L.P. in Greater Chicago Area as a White Sox beat writer. He has covered the White Sox for MLB.com for almost twenty years. Apart from MLB, the journalist has also served for Breaking News and Chicago Tribune. MLB ( Major League Baseball) is a professional sports league that consists of 30 member clubs in the United States and Canada.
Scott Merkin Age
Scott was born in Flossmoor, Illinois, United States of America, in 1966. He is now 57 years old.
Scott Merkin Height
Merkin stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Scott Merkin Education
Scott studied Communications at Michigan University. Before joining college, He graduated with a high school diploma from Homewood-Flossmoor High School.
Scott Merkin Family
He was born in the United States of America to his father Edward S. Merkin and his mother Mrs. Merkin. Scott has two brothers called Jeff Merkin and Randy Merkin.
Scott Merkin Wife
Despite being a public figure, Merkin has managed to keep his life private regarding his love life status, however, information concerning this matter at hand is in progress and will be updated as soon as available.
Scott Merkin Salary
Scott receives an annual salary of $67,395 per year. This is according to MLB Advanced Media anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Scott Merkin’s Net Worth
Merkin has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Scott Merkin Career
Serving for MLB.com as a White Sox beat writer was his dream job which has now come true. MLB ( Major League Baseball) is a professional sports league comprising 30 member clubs in the United States and Canada. The League of Professional Baseball represents the highest level. The leader of the league is Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr.
He has a well-informed take on lingering White Sox questions. Answers to questions such as Will Michael Kopech begin in AAA? Is Nick Madrigal starting on Opening Day? Is this a contention window or something more long-term in Rick Hahn’s eyes? Among many others, I await you like news of an inevitable Brian Dozier signing. Scott for 19 years has been an MLB.com White Sox beat writer.
Some of his latest articles include White Sox Name Tony La Russa Manager, White Sox To Promote Jake Burger, COVID Notes: 4/14/21, Rays, Cabrera, Schmidt, White Sox Claim Nik Turley, COVID Notes: Abreu, Montas, Happ, Cordero, AL Injury Notes: Anderson, White Sox name Hall of Famer Tony La Russa manager, and Don Cooper Will Not Return As White Sox Pitching Coach.