Nate Bukaty is an American journalist and sports reporter who currently, serves as a reporter/clubhouse correspondent, covering the Kansas City Royals for MLB Network. Nate officially joined the station in January 2015.
Before joining Sporting Kc, he served at Sports Radio 810 WHB team in 2003. He started his first full-time radio job in Moberly, Missouri. While still there, his versatility really paid off, as a country music DJ, a farm show reporter, and a news anchor.
Nate Bukaty Age
Bukaty was born on March 1, 1976, in Kansas City, KS, United States of America. He is 46 years of age.
Nate Bukaty Height
Bukaty is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approximately 1.72 meters).
Nate Bukaty Family
He was born and brought up in Wyandotte County, in Kansas City, Kansas by his dad Steve Bukaty, and his mum. His parents parted when he was in 4th grade and he ended up in a small town in southern Kansas for a few years.
Nate Bukaty Wife
Nate is wedded to his beautiful wife Kelly, a physical therapist. The duo held their wedding on Apr 21, 2007. Jointly, they are gifted with three kids Ben, Andy, and Ophelia. He loves spending time with his family, listening to his favorite music, or watching one of his several favorite movies during his free time.
Nate Bukaty Education
He attended Bishop Ward High School. Afterward, he matriculated at the University of Kansas where he graduated with a Broadcast Journalism degree.
Nate Bukaty Salary
Nate receives an annual salary of $79,564. This is according to MLB Network anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Nate Bukaty Net Worth
Nate has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million US dollars.
Nate Bukaty Career
He was on Family Feud in Nov 2016 with the gameshow’s host Steve Harvey. When the Feud had auditions in Kansas City, he and four family members put their skills to trial against hundreds of other families. His team won several rounds prior to heading to Atlanta, Georgia for the final leg of tryouts.
He now, works as a reporter and clubhouse correspondent, covering the Kansas City Royals for MLB Network. He officially joined the station in Jan 2015. Before joining Sporting Kc, he served at Sports Radio 810 WHB team in 2003. Prior to serving at Sporting, He spent 14 years at Kansas University Football as the pre-game host and sideline reporter in the fall. Further, he was the play-by-play voice of Kansas women’s basketball.
He too spent five years as the clubhouse correspondent for FOX Sports Kansas City’s Royals pre-game and post-game. Nate’s meteoric rise in the business made him move back to the Kansas City market a year afterward where he had various positions. He worked at 1250 The Game and News Radio 980 KMBZ prior to heading to WHB in 2003.