Jayson Stark Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, The Athletic

Jayson Stark Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, The Athletic

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Jayson Stark Biography

Jayson Stark is a doyen American author and sportswriter presently working for The Athletic and reports on baseball for The Athletic. Jayson joined The Athletic on April 1, 2018. He is honored for appearing in both ESPN and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Being an author, Jayson has published 3 books such as Wild Pitches in the year 2014.

Jayson Stark Age

Jayson Stark was born on 19th July 1951, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. He is 70 years old.

Jayson Stark Height

Jayson is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (approx. 1.77 m).

Jayson Stark Family

He was born and brought up in Philadelphia by his caring and dedicated parents, whose identity remains an enigma to the media. However, Jayson has not revealed any information regarding if he has any siblings or not.

Jayson Stark Education

Jayson is a native of Philadelphia. He joined and graduated with a high school diploma from a local high school. Later on, he joined Syracuse University located in New York and graduated with a degree in journalism in 1973.

Jayson Stark Wife

He is a proud husband of his caring and supportive wife named Lisa. His wife serves as the assistant coach for the Council Rock North volleyball team. The duo has been staying together for over 20 years and are presently proud to be sharing their 3 stunning grown children.

Jayson Stark Salary

He pockets a decent salary of $88,630 annually. This is according to The Athletic writers’ salaries.

Jayson Stark Net Worth

Jayson Stark has stockpiled a lot of wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of around $1 million – $5 million.

Jayson Stark Career

He is currently working as a baseball writer for The Athletic since joining on April 1, 2018. Before, he served at ESPN from 2000 to 26th April 2017. Because of his unique and talented sports writing, he was named two times as the Pennsylvania Sportswriter of the Year by the Sportswriters Association and the National Sportscasters.

He produced the Baseball Week in Review column popularly known for humorous and historical aspects of baseball for sixteen years. He debuted his career in 1979 as a writer when he was hired by The Philadelphia Inquirer as a beat writer for the Philadelphia Phillies. He was later promoted to baseball columnist and writer.

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