Charley Steiner
Charley Steiner

Charley Steiner Biography

Charley Steiner is a vet and talented American sportscaster and broadcast journalist presently working for YES Network. There, he works as a play-by-play announcer for Los Angeles Dodgers with Rick Monday.

He has been a part of the network since he joined in 2005. Earlier, he worked for several years as a sports broadcaster at New York Yankees with John Sterling.

Charley Steiner Age

Charley Steiner was born on July 17, 1949, in Malverne, New York, in the United States. Charley is 72 years old and commemorates her birthday on July 17 each year.

Charley Steiner Height

He is a man of average height. Charley stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (approximately 1.7 meters).

Charley Steiner Family

He was born and brought up in Malverne, New York, in the United States under the loving care of his supportive and hardworking father and mother. He bears an American nationality by birth and belongs to the white ethnicity.

Charley Steiner Wife

Despite serving in the journalism industry for over four decades, he has managed to keep sensitive details such as his marital status away from the public’s spotlight. Therefore, it is not known to the public, whether he is single, married, or divorced. .

Charley Steiner Education

Charley earned his High School Diploma from a local High School and thereafter decided to pursue journalism. He matriculated at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois where he graduated in 1971 and was rewarded with his degree in Broadcast journalism.

Charley Steiner Salary

He receives an annual salary of $98,670. This is according to YES Network anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Charley Steiner’s Net Worth

Charley has an estimated net worth of $ 1.5 million US dollars.

Charley Steiner Career

Charley also served at ESPN, where worked as the lead announcer since he officially joined the station in 1998. While there, Charley mainly covered the All-Star Game, postseason games, and Sunday night games. Nevertheless, four years afterward he left the station in 2002 to join New York Yankees.

Charley stranded ESPN and joined New York Yankees radio booth, he joined the station as a sports broadcaster replacing Michael Kay in 2002. There, he worked alongside John Sterling, the network’s play-by-play announcer. Nevertheless, in 2004 he quit the station to join the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Nowadays, he serves at YES Networks where he works as a radio play-by-play announcer for Los Angeles Dodgers. Charley has been a part of the network since officially joining in 2005. Joining the station he substituted Ross Porter a former sportscaster and play-by-play announcer. From 2005 -2008, he covered Los Angeles Dodgers with analyst Rick Monday.

Charley has his very first taste in journalism in 1969, while still a student at university he was employed as a newscaster at WIRL-FM. Presently, after he graduated he emigrated to Iowa, where he was employed as a sports host at KSTT Radio. He afterward moved to Connecticut and was employed at WAVZ radio as a news director.

Besides, he also performed as a news director at WPOP, a radio station in Hartford. In 1977, he drove to Cleveland, Ohio where he worked as a sportscaster at WERE. He got his very first TV exposure on WKYC-TV, where he was employed as a sports commentator.

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