Michael Kay Age
Michael Kay was born on February 2, 1961, in The Bronx, New York in the United States. He is 61 years old.
Michael Kay Height
Micheal Kay is 5 ft 6 inches /1.74 m tall.
Michael Kay Family
Kay was born in 1961 in The Bronx, New York in the United States to his loving and caring parents. He has two good-looking cousins namely; Rick Aiello who is a television actor and Danny Aiello III who is a stunt American performer, director, actor, and coordinator. Michael also has an uncle who is an actor by the name of Danny Aiello.
Michael Kay Wife
Michael Kay is married to his pretty wife Jodi Applegate. Applegate works at WPIX as an Anchor were on December 19, 2012, Kay left the station after it refused to reduce her tight schedule. On February 12, 2011, The couple tied the knot in New York at Plaza Hotel in a ceremony officiated by Rudolph Giuliani and the former New York mayor.
Jodi and Kay are proud parents to a beautiful daughter namely Caledonia Rose was born on January 5, 2013, and a handsome son namely Charles Applegate Kay was born on November 12, 2014. The family lives in Connecticut, Greenwich.
Michael Kay Education
Kay joined his high school education at Bronx High School of Science where he began his career in reporting. Michael Kay, later on, earned a bachelor’s degree in Communication from Fordham University. Michael joined WFUV and attained his journalism skills.
Michael Kay Salary
Michael Kay receives an annual salary of $ 65,787 dollars. This is according to WEPN-FM anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Michael Kay’s Net Worth
Kay has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million U.S dollars.
Michael Kay Career
Kay Michael is currently working since 1992 for the New York Yankees as a play-by-play announcer. Kay joined the station on WABC from 1992 to 2001 as the radio announcer of the team. Michael and John’s Sterling also reports a night radio show Talk since in 1998.
In the year 2008, MLB invited Kay was invited by MLB during stat festival’s year to report on Home Run Derbys at Yankee Stadium. Kay also reported at Yankee Stadium the final home game against the Baltimore Orioles together with John Millar and Joe Morgan on September 21, 2008, the seventh inning of ESPN’s broadcast. Michael is also on The Michael Show a host of a guest appearance on WEPN-FM Station and also the YES Network host of Centerstage.
Kay’s career kicked off in New York Post in 1982 as a general assignment writer. Michael has specific assignments for National Basketball Association especially college basketball. In 1987, Kay received the Yankees beat Award during his writing assignment. Kay is proud of his career as a journalist and sports broadcaster.