Dave Jageler
Dave Jageler

Dave Jageler Biograpy

Dave Jageler is an American baseball broadcaster and journalist. He calls games for the Washington Nationals radio broadcast booth since he officially joined in 2006. Prior to joining the Washington Nationals, Dave worked as the voice of the International League Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox for the 2005 season.

Further, he has also called baseball games for the Charlotte Knights and Syracuse Chiefs. Dave was a Nationals broadcaster until May 31, 2018, when he overlooked a game to attend his son’s high school graduation. His Nationals streak finished at 2,016 consecutive games.

Dave Jageler Age

Dave  Jageler was born in 1971, in Hartford, Connecticut, United States of America. He is 51 years of age.

Dave Jageler Height

He is quite tall and stands at the height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approximately 1.88 m).

Dave Jageler Family

He was born and brought up in Hartford, Connecticut by his father and mother. While growing up, he was a die-hard and suffering Boston Red Sox fan. Dave belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. He has, nevertheless, not mentioned any information concerning his parents or siblings.

Dave Jageler Wife

Dave is married to his beautiful wife, Jennifer. The duo is blessed with two kids Jared and Sarah.

Dave Jageler Education

He studied at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. In 1993, he graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism.

Dave Jageler Salary

Dave receives an annual salary of $74,555. This is according to Washington Nationals anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.

Dave Jageler Net Worth

Dave has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.

Dave Jageler Career

Dave calls games for the Washington Nationals radio broadcast booth which he officially joined in 2006. Prior to joining the Washington Nationals, Dave worked as the voice of the International League Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox for the 2005 season. Further, he has also called baseball games for the Charlotte Knights and Syracuse Chiefs.

He joined former Pawtucket announcers Gary Cohen, Dave Flemming, Aaron Goldsmith, Don Orsillo, and Andy Freed in the majors. Before working as a full-time baseball announcer, he served in Boston and Charlotte, North Carolina as a sportscaster. Further, he co-hosted talk shows and did play-by-plays of various sports. While in Charlotte, Dave worked as the voice of the Collegiate Division I Charlotte 49ers basketball team.

He reached every Nationals regular-season game from Opening Day in 2006. Dave was a Nationals broadcaster until May 31, 2018, when he overlooked a game to attend his son’s high school graduation. His Nationals streak finished at 2,016 consecutive games.

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