Steve Stone Biography
Steve Stone is a famous American previous Major League Baseball (MLB) player, who is now an author and sportscaster currently working for Chicago White Sox television broadcasts as the color commentator since 2009. Before, He pitched for four MLB teams between 1971 and 1981.
In 1980, Stone was the AL Cy Young Award winner and an American League All-Star, completing the season for the Baltimore Orioles with a record of 25–7.
In addition, Steve served as a color commentator at WGN-TV for Chicago Cubs broadcasts between 1983 and 2004, missing a couple of seasons late in his work because of health problems.
Steve Stone Age
Steve Stone was born in South Euclid, Ohio, in the United States, on July 14, 1947. He is 74 years old.
Steve Stone Height
Stone is a man of above-average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 10 inches (Approx 1.78 m).
Steve Stone Education
Steve played high school ball at Charles F. Brush High School for baseball Coach Jim Humpall. He later attended the University of Kent State, where Stone was an outstanding pitcher and his catcher was Thurman Munson.
He became chosen to the All Mid-American Conference team and Steve became named team captain as a junior. In 1970, He graduated earning a teaching degree in history and government.
Steve Stone Family
Steve was born to his supportive parents Dorothy and Paul Stone in South Euclid, Ohio, in the United States. His maternal grandfather called Edward Manheim stayed in September 1960, to see him celebrate his bar mitzvah.
Steve Stone Wife
He was married to his pretty wife called Nancy Nathanson from 1970. Later on, in 1972, the duo divorced after 2 1/2 years of marriage. In 2006, Stone married Lisa Stone a family attorney.
Steve Stone Salary
Steve’s’ annual salary is $70,121 per year. This is according to Chicago White Sox anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Steve Stone Net Worth
Stone has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Steve Stone Career
During early August 2007, Stone filled in for Chicago White Sox color commentator Darrin Jackson, while Darrin during which Steve successfully predicted a walk-off home run by Juan Uribe in extra innings took leave for the birth of his child.
In October 2007, He called postseason games between the Los Angeles Angels and Boston Red Sox of Anaheim for TBS, and came together with play-by-play announcer Ted Robinson. he was named the color commentator for White Sox radio broadcasts on March 4, 2008.
On September 13, 2008, He accepted the tenure as the color commentator for White Sox television broadcasts for six years starting with the 2009 season. He said he enjoyed being in the booth with Hawk Harrelson, saying that he liked his nickname “Stone Pony.”
On December 11, 1973, Stove was acquired along with Ken Frailing and Steve Swisher by the Chicago Cubs from the crosstown White Sox for Ron Santo. In 1993, Stove became a color commentator for the WGN television broadcasts of the Chicago Cubs teaming for 14 years with Harry Caray a Hall of Fame announcer.