Steve Gelbs currently works as a sportscaster for the New York Mets on SNY. Previously, he was working on MSG Network as a host of the MSG 150.
Steve Gelbs Age
Steve was born on 1987, February 1, in Greenwich, Connecticut, in the United States. As of 2021, he is 34 years old.
Steve Gelbs Height
Steve is 5 ft 8 /1.73m tall.
Steve Gelbs Education
Steve got a bachelor of arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse.
Steve Gelbs Family
Steves parents were Scott H. and Robin A. Gelbs.He is also a native of Greenwich, Connecticut, in the USA, Steve and his younger brothers, Jared and Adam were raised in Reform Judaism. Steve grew up with his father working for the New York Rangers NHL team in the 1990s as a physical therapist.
Steve became a fan of the Rangers considering his father’s position he got to attend their games. More to that, his uncle also operated 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
Steve is a married man to his wife Julie Straus, who tied the knot on November 21, 2015. Steve and his wife have a son together, additionally, during Halloween, on October 31 his wife celebrates her birthday. In November 2020, the couple celebrated their five years together in marriage. They currently live in New York together with their son Jason.
Steve Gelbs Children
Steve and his wife got their firstborn child in June 2019, he’s known as Jason Michael.
Steve Gelbs Salary
Steve annually earns a salary of $98,600.This is according to SNY salaries to reporters.
Steve Gelbs Net Worth
Steve’s net worth is estimated to be $800,000.
Steve Gelbs Career
Since Steve joined New York Mets in 2013 he’s been working as a sports reporter. Steve has provided coverage for the Brooklyn Cyclones game while still working there. He stood in for Kevin Burkhardt for 50 games, in 2014 and replaced him later on after Kevin joined Fox Sports at the beginning of the 2015 season.
Previously, Steve worked on MSG Network as a host of the MSG 150. More to that, he was awarded the 2009 Syracuse Press Club award for the Best Radio Sports Feature during his career as a sportscaster, Steve has also been nominated four times for the New York Emmy Awards. In the MLB in 2019, Kevin together with his fellow broadcasters Gary Cohen, Ron Darling, and Keith Hernandez were awarded the Sterling Award for the best broadcasting booth.