Paul Byrd is a popular American sportscaster and retired baseball pitcher presently working on Bally Sports Southeast for Atlanta Braves games as a sports broadcaster. He partook in Major League Baseball battling and from 1995 to 2009 pitching right playing for Atlanta Braves, New York Mets, and many others. In 2009, after playing his last game with Boston Red Sox Paul retired.
Paul Byrd Age
Paul Byrd was born in Louisville, Kentucky, in the United States on December 3, 1970, he is 51 years of age.
Paul Byrd Height
Byrd stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m).
Paul Byrd Family
He was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, in the United States by his protective and loving parents named Lillie Byrd his caring mother, and Larry Byrd his protective father. His father passed away in September 2017 at the age of 82 years and he also played baseball while his mother nowadays resides in Louisville.
Paul Byrd Wife
Paul is happily married to his attractive wife named Kym who serves as a certified life coach who assists married athletes with the severities of their marriages. Paul and his wife Kym are blessed with two lovely kids named Colby and Grayson. The lovely couple has been living happily together for more than 25 years since they wedded.
Paul Byrd Education
He studied at Saint Xavier High School and afterward joined Louisiana State University entering as a pitcher to the Tigers baseball team and winning the 1991 College World Series. The Cleveland Indians drafted him in the fourth during the 1991 Major League Baseball draft. Before Paul was sold to the New York Mets he had played for five years in the minor leagues.
Paul Byrd Salary
He receives an annual salary of $82,667 and this is according to Bally Sports Southeast sports broadcasters’ salary.
Paul Byrd’s Net Worth
Paul has an estimated net worth of $3 Million Us dollars and his career as a sports broadcaster at Bally Sports Southeast is the primary source of his income.
Paul Byrd Career
On July 28, 1995, he played his first major league debut after he was sold where he played for the team for one year up to 1996. Afterward, he joined the Atlanta Braves where he played for a one-game season, and thereafter transferred to Philadelphia Phillies. For the 1999 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, he was chosen. Despite pitching for a Kansas City Royals team that lost 100 games in 2002 he won 17 games.
He consumed two years at the Atlanta Braves as a free agent. In 2004, he signed a contract that was only for one year with Anaheim Angels. In 2006 he was traded to Cleveland Indians and in the 2007 American League Division Series he played for the team and it won.
Paul is presently working on Bally Sports Southeast for Atlanta Braves games as a sports broadcaster since 2021. He partook in Major League Baseball battling and from 1995 to 2009 pitching right playing for Atlanta Braves, New York Mets, and many others. In 2009, after playing his last game with Boston Red Sox Paul retired.
He as well together with Chip Caray Braves’ play-by-play announcer and the on-field interviews Jeff Francoeur provides analytical color commentary in tandem. He is the president of The Birdhouse Ministries to his broadcasting work.
Before that, he served at Media Caddy as an Operating and Chairman Manager for two years. Prior to that, he served as the play-by-play Broadcaster for two years and one month at CBS Corporation on the collegiate level for SEC baseball.