Eduardo Perez Biography
Eduardo Perez (Full name: Eduardo Atanasio Pérez) is a prominent American former professional baseball player and a coach located in the United States. As of now, he works as an analyst for ESPN during Monday Night Baseball as well as Wednesday Night Baseball telecasts. He returned to the station in 2014 and served as a Baseball Tonight analyst.
In the year 2021, Eduardo joined a fellow analyst, Tim Kurkjian, and the host Karl Ravech, on the Sunday Night Baseball pre-game show after he was named to the Baseball Tonight: Sunday Night Countdown team.
Eduardo Perez Age
Eduardo Pérez on 11th September 1969, in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America. He is 51 years old.
Eduardo Perez Height
Eduardo is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 4 inches (approx. 1.93 m).
Eduardo Perez Family
Eduardo Perez was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, in the United States of America to his caring and supportive parents, Tony Perez and Juana de la Cantera. Eduardo’s parents became American citizens on 18th October 1971. Moreover, Eduardo has an older brother called Victor Pérez, who was born on 11th May 1966.
Eduardo Perez Education
He attended and graduated from Robinson School located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Moreover, he matriculated at Florida State University and majored in political science. While in college, Eduardo played college baseball for the Florida State Seminoles baseball team under head coach Mike Martin.
Eduardo Perez Wife
He is gladly hitched to his lovely wife called Mirba Rivera. The duo exchanged their wedding vows in a colorful wedding in December 2000. Furthermore, the pair shares two nice-looking daughters, Andreanna and Juliana. The adorable family of four stays in Miami, Florida.
Eduardo Perez Salary
He earns an ample salary of $101,479 per year. This is according to ESPN analysts’ salaries.
Eduardo Perez Net Worth
Eduardo Perez has piled up a hefty fortune from his work over the years of hard work and has an estimated net worth of $34 million.
Eduardo Perez Career
He is presently working as an analyst for ESPN during Monday Night Baseball as well as Wednesday Night Baseball telecasts. He returned to the station in 2014 and served as a Baseball Tonight analyst. In the year 2021, Eduardo joined a fellow analyst, Tim Kurkjian, and the host Karl Ravech, on the Sunday Night Baseball pre-game show after he was named to the Baseball Tonight: Sunday Night Countdown team.
He moved to ESPN’s Baseball Tonight in the year 2006 where he reported on postseason coverage together with former players Eric Byrnes and Tino Martinez and current player Vernon Wells. Furthermore, Eduardo worked for “Baseball Tonight” as an analyst through 2011. He also worked for ESPN Deportes’ “Béisbol Esta Noche as an analyst.
Additionally, Eduardo provided commentary for the Triple-A All-Star Game in 2007, the Little League World Series regionals as well as the NCAA baseball regionals. Additionally, Eduardo worked in ESPN’s KBO League 2020 regular-season coverage as an analyst.