Steve Gelbs Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, SNY
November 24, 2022
Steve Gelbs Biography
Steve Gelbs is an American sportscaster serving as a sports reporter for the New York Mets on SNY. Prior to joining the station, he was serving as a host of the MSG 150 on MSG Network.
Steve Gelbs Age
Steve Gelbs was born on February 1, 1987, in Greenwich, Connecticut, in the United States of America. Steve is 35 years of age.
Steve Gelbs Height
He is a man of average height. Steve’s height is 5 feet 8 inches ( approximately 1.73 meters).
Steve Gelbs Family
Gelbs is a citizen of Greenwich, Connecticut, in the USA. He is the son of Scott and Robin A. Gelbs. Again, he and his two younger brothers Jared and Adam were raised in Reform Judaism. Besides, his father was serving the New York Rangers NHL team as a physical therapist while he was growing up.
Consequently, he became a fan of the Rangers since he used to attend their games because of his father’s position. Besides, his uncle also operated a dry cleaning business, and among his clients was Tom Seaver, who was a former American professional baseball pitcher who provided young Steve with an autograph.
Steve Gelbs Wife
He got married to his beautiful wife Julie Straus, on Nov 21, 2015. The duo welcomed their firstborn child in June 2019, Jason Michael. Additionally, the pair were blessed with their second-born baby, a daughter, Emma Rose in Dec 2021. Again, his wife commemorates her birthday every Oct 31 during Halloween. The duo celebrated five years of marriage in Nov 2020. The duo lives in New York together with their son Jason.
Steve Gelbs Education
He attained a bachelor of arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Nevertheless, he has not disclosed where he acquired his high school education.
Steve Gelbs Salary
He receives an annual salary of $98,600. This is according to SNY anchor’s/reporters salaries.
Steve Gelbs Net Worth
Gelbs has an estimated net worth of $ 1.5 million US dollars.
Steve Gelbs Career
He has been serving as a sports reporter for the New York Mets since joining SNY in 2013. While serving there, he has provided coverage for the Brooklyn Cyclones game. In 2014, he also filled in 50 games for Kevin Burkhardt, thus, replacing him afterward at the start of the 2015 season after Kevin joined Fox Sports.
Before joining SNY, he was serving as a host of the MSG 150 on MSG Network. Similarly, during his career as a sportscaster, he was granted the 2009 Syracuse Press Club award for the Best Radio Sports Feature. He has also been appointed four times for the New York Emmy Awards. Kevin along with his fellow broadcasters including Ron Darling, Keith Hernandez, and Gary Cohen received a Sterling Award for the best broadcasting booth in the MLB in 2019.