Ben Lindbergh Biography
Ben Lindbergh is a famous American journalist and author currently working for The Ringer as the Senior Editor. Ben is also the co-author and co-host of The Only Rule Is It Has to Work and The MVP Machine. Besides that, he works for FanGraphs as the host of the Effectively Wild podcast. Ben also frequently appears on MLB Network. Before, he worked as the editor-in-chief of Baseball Prospectus and a staff writer for FiveThirtyEight and Grantland.
Ben Lindbergh Age
Ben Lindbergh was born in the year 1987 in the United States. He is 34 years old.
Ben Lindbergh Height
Ben is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (Approx 1.78m).
Ben Lindbergh Family
Ben Lindbergh was born in the United States of America to his caring and supportive father and mother. He started to follow baseball in the 1990s and his parents allowed him to go to Yankee Stadium with friends, or an uncle or aunt.
Ben Lindbergh Education
Ben attended Saint David’s School where he attined his high school diploma. Later, Ben attended Georgetown University where he minored in History and majored in English after his junior year at the college. He later interned with the Yankees’ publications department.
Ben Lindbergh Wife
Ben is blissfully married to his love life named Jessie Barbour. She is a talented Podcast theme song composer. As of 2017, The pair resided in Manhattan with their miniature dachshund dog known as Grumkin.
Ben Lindbergh Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $66,993 per year. This is according to The Ringer editors’ salaries.
Ben Lindbergh Net Worth
Ben Lindbergh has accumulated good wealth from his career and publications and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Ben Lindbergh Career
As of now, Ben works for The Ringer podcast as a host. He kicked off his career at a baseball website known as Baseball Prospectus which focused on analytics. Ben served as a writer for a few years before becoming the editor-in-chief, a role he worked from 2012 to 2014. while still there, he started to freelance for Simmons’ previous website known as Grantland.
After freelancing for a few years, he moved to Grantland full-time after the editors at Grantland liked his service. Nevertheless, in October 2015 the site was closed. From there, he moved to work for the data journalism website called FiveThirtyEight where he served for nearly a year before joining The Ringer after its establishment.