Buster Olney is a famous American journalist currently serving for ESPN.com as a senior writer and also working for ESPN’s exclusive Sunday Night Baseball telecasts as a reporter. He also served at The New York Times as a reporter for the New York Yankees and New York Giants.
He as well serves for ESPN’s Baseball Tonight as a regular analyst. Buster as well serves at ESPN as a host of the Baseball Tonight daily podcast.
Buster Olney Age
Buster Olney was born in Washington, D.C. in the United States on February 17, 1964, he is 58 years of age.
Buster Olney Height
Olney stands at an average height of 5 ft 11 in (Approx 1.78m).
Buster Olney Family
Buster was born in Washington, D.C. though he was raised by his supportive parents in Randolph Center, Vermont. He keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not revealed any details concerning his parents ad siblings hence their whereabouts are not known though he has an uncle called Bob.
Buster Olney Wife
He is happily and contentedly married to his supportive and beautiful wife named Lisa Olney. Buster and his wife Lisa exchanged their vows in 1996. The beautiful couple is blessed with two adorable kids named Jake and Sydney. Buster and his adorable family live happily together in the Croton Reservoir.
Buster Olney Education
He graduated from Northfield Mount Hermon School and afterward joined Vanderbilt University where he graduated with a major in history.
Buster Olney Salary
Buster receives an annual average salary of $ 70,451 and this is according to ESPN.com senior writers’ salary.
Buster Olney’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars and his career as a senior writer at ESPN.com is the primary source of his income.
Buster Olney Career
Buster Olney is a famous American journalist currently serving for ESPN.com as a senior writer and also working for ESPN’s exclusive Sunday Night Baseball telecasts as a reporter.
In June 2003 he joined ESPN to report baseball for all ESPN entities, including SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, and ESPNEWS. He serves as a host of the famous Baseball Tonight podcast and for ESPN.com as a writer of a daily column.
His career started in 1989 when he was hired to serve for the Triple-A Nashville Sounds as the Nashville Banner’s beat reporter. After that, he served from 1993 to 1994 for the San Diego Union-Tribune where he reported the San Diego Padres.
He as well served from 1995 to 1996 for the Baltimore Orioles in Baltimore Sun. After six years he came to ESPN after reporting both the Yankees from 1998 to 2001 and the Mets in 1997.