Kyle Peterson is a retired American MLB baseball pitcher currently serving for ESPN as a baseball analyst since 2003. Kyle as well serves for Colliers International as the President and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to that, he served for the Milwaukee Brewer as a player of baseball.
Kyle Peterson Age
Kyle Peterson was born in Elkhorn, Nebraska, in the United States on April 9, 1976, he is 46 years of age.
Kyle Peterson Height
Peterson stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 3 in ( approx. 1.9m ).
Kyle Peterson Family
Kyle was born and brought up by his loving and supportive parents in Elkhorn, Nebraska, in the USA but yearly he visited the College World Series. He prefers a private life when it comes to his family matters where he has not disclosed any information concerning his siblings and parents hence their whereabouts are not known.
Kyle Peterson Wife
Kyle is happily and contentedly married to his beautiful wife named Julie. Kyle and his beautiful wife Julie have been living together for more than ten years since they got married. The adorable duo is blessed with three lovely kids called Lucy, Janie, and Teddy. This beautiful family lives happily together in Omaha, Nebraska.
Kyle Peterson Education
Kyle studied at Creighton Prep High School based in Omaha, Nebraska, and afterward joined Stanford University where in 2002 he graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in communications. He was named the 1995 National Freshman of the Year for playing collegiate baseball while still at the University. He earned his fame after being named the 1995 and 1997 Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year.
Kyle Peterson Salary
He receives an annual salary of $100,000 and this is according to ESPN baseball analysts’ salary.
Kyle Peterson’s Net Worth
Kyle has an estimated net worth of $3 million and his career as a baseball analyst at ESPN is the primary source of his income.
Kyle Peterson Career
Since 2003 he has been serving for ESPN as a baseball analyst for ESPN. He as well serves for ESPN as a field reporter where his role is to analyze the Major League Baseball, College World Series telecasts, and Little League World Series games.
Kyle as well serves for Colliers International as the President and Chief Executive Officer. Since 2004 he appears on the College Baseball Selection Show. He covered the 2020 KBO League regular season during his career as a broadcaster.
He served for the Milwaukee Brewers as a professional baseball pitcher prior to coming to his broadcasting career. In the 1999 season, he played in the major league until 2001. Before that, he served for the Cape Cod Baseball League with the Cotuit Kettleers for its collegiate summer baseball as baseball player. In July 2001, at the age of 25 years, he retired from his baseball career.