Jeff Brantley Biography
Jeff Brantley is a former American MLB baseball relief Pitcher serving as a broadcaster for the Cincinnati Reds. He was formerly serving for ESPN as a color commentator.
Jeff Brantley Age
Jeff Brantley was born September 5, 1963, in Florence, Alabama, in the United States. Jeff is 59 years of age.
Jeff Brantley Height
He is a man of above-average height. Jeff’s height is 5 feet 11 inches( approximately 1.8m ).
Jeff Brantley Family
He is a citizen of Florence, Alabama, in the USA. Nevertheless, he has neither revealed the identity of his parents nor their profession despite being a famous former baseball pitcher player.
Jeff Brantley Wife
He has been to his gorgeous wife Ashley Brantley for at least a decade. He and his wife are proud parents of two kids; a son called Mason, and a daughter named Elizabeth. Nevertheless, this is not the first time that he has been Married. He was formerly married to his first wife and together they have two kids; Emily and Murphy. Nevertheless, Jeff has neither disclosed the identity of his first wife nor the reason for the separation due to his secretive nature.
Jeff Brantley Education
He is a 1981 graduate of Hoover High School where he lettered in three sports. While there, he was on the Berry state championship football team as a quarterback. He thereupon matriculated at Mississippi State University where he participated in the College World Series of 1985 together with Bobby Thigpen, Will Clark, and Rafael Palmeiro. He graduated from Mississippi State in 1985. Nevertheless, he has not revealed what he majored in while schooling in Mississippi.
Jeff Brantley Salary
Brantley receives an annual average salary of $98,700. This is according to WLW anchors\reporters salaries.
Jeff Brantley’s Net Worth
Brantley has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars.
Jeff Brantley Career
He has been serving the Cincinnati Reds on the Cincinnati Reds Radio Network since 2007 as a broadcaster. While serving for the Reds, he serves along with Thom Brennaman, George Grande, and Chris Welsh. Before joining the Cincinnati Reds, he was serving for ESPN as a color commentator for Major League Baseball games. Again, he was also a contributor to ESPN’s Baseball Tonight between 2002 to 2006.
He is correspondingly referred to as a Cowboy. The nickname that he earned while playing as a professional MLB baseball relief Pitcher between 1988 to 2001. During his profession as a pitcher, he played for the San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds, and St. Louis Cardinals.
During his profession as a pitcher, he has obtained numerous awards and recognitions including;3rd Place in College World Series, Bagged NL Relief Man Award in 1996, Won the Reds Johnny Vander Meer Award, Champion of the SEC Tournament, Winner of Reds Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award in 1996, Won the Reds Johnny Vander Meer Award, etc.
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