Jack Corrigan Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Colorado Rockies
November 29, 2022
Jack Corrigan Biography
Jack Corrigan is a famous American sports broadcaster and author who currently works as the radio announcer for the Colorado Rockies in Major League Baseball since 2002. Heretofore, he served as the television announcer for the Cleveland Indians for a period of 18 years.
Jack Corrigan Age
Jack Corrigan was born September 12, 1952, in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States of America. He is 70 years old and celebrates his birthday on September 12, every year.
Jack Corrigan Height
Corrigan is a man of above-average height. Corrigan stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approximately 1.75 meters).
Jack Corrigan Family
Corrigan was born in Cleveland, Ohio, but grew up in the West Park community on Cleveland’s west side. His father served in the European Theater and provided him with several details used in the book. Corrigan also has a brother called Daniel Corrigan a Princeton University defensive end. Corrigan’s brother Daniel leads the Tigers in touchdowns, punt returns, sacks as well as tackles and now he is a history teacher at his alma mater Saint Ignatius High School.
Jack Corrigan Wife
Jack is merrily married to his charming wife Lisa. The couple has two children i.e.Megan and Mike. Nevertheless, he has not revealed much about his wife Lisa, and the two children.
Jack Corrigan Education
He attended St. Ignatius High School located in Cleveland, where Jack played football and graduated in 1970. Afterward, he joined Cornell University, where he played wide receiver for four seasons. He graduated in 1974. Corrigan obtained a master’s degree in Speech from Kent State University.
Jack Corrigan Salary
Corrigan receives an annual salary of $80,374. This is according to Rockies anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Jack Corrigan’s Net Worth
Corrigan has an estimated net worth of at least $9 Million dollars.
Jack Corrigan Career
Corrigan started his broadcasting career in Youngstown, Ohio. Afterward, he moved on to Richmond, Virginia, before returning to Cleveland. He spent 18 years in the TV booth for the Cleveland Indians from 1983, 1985 to 2001 on WUAB, which had given him the longest job among television announcers in Indian history. He since has been surpassed by earlier Indians CF Rick Manning who started full-time in 1990 and is still with the team.
He served as the TV voice of the National Basketball Association’s Cleveland Cavaliers, from 1982 to 1988 whose games were on WUAB. Jack wrote Warning Track, publicized by Peakview Press on May 25th, 2005.