Charley Steiner Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth YES Network

Charley Steiner

Charley Steiner

Charley Steiner Biography

Charley Steiner presently serves as a play-by-play announcer for Los Angeles Dodgers. Alongside Rick Monday for YES Network, he began working here in 2005. Steiner started working at New York Yankees alongside John Sterling as a sports broadcaster for several years previously.

Charley Steiner Age

Steiner was born in Malverne, New York, in the United States of America on July 17, 1949. He is 72 years old.

Charley Steiner Height

Steiner stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.

Charley Steiner Education

Steiner studied and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois in 1971.

Charley Steiner Family

Steiner has not disclosed any details about his parents and siblings.

Charley Steiner Wife

Steiner has kept details of his love life all to himself, it isn’t known whether he’s single, dating, married, or divorced, despite being a renowned figure,

Charley Steiner Salary

Steiner annually receives a salary of $98,670.

Charley Steiner Net Worth

Steiner has an accumulated net worth of $1 million.

Charley Steiner Career

Steiner used to work as the lead announcer at ESPN, he began working here in 1998. While here he mainly covered Sunday night games, postseason games, and the All-Star Game. Steiner worked here for four years and left in 2002 to join New York Yankees.

He worked as a sports broadcaster replacing Michael Kay at New York Yankees radio booth in 2002. Here Steiner worked together with the network’s play-by-play announcer. John Sterling, but he left in 2004 and joined the Los Angeles Dodgers. He works for Los Angeles Dodgers s as a radio play-by-play announcer at YES Networks.

Steiner began working here in 2005 as of now. Coming to work here he stepped in the place of a former sportscaster and play-by-play announcer called Ross Porter. He covered Los Angeles Dodgers alongside analyst Rick Monday From 2005 to 2008.

The Los Angeles Dodgers chose Charley and Rick as their radio team for all their 162 games, during the 2009 season. Then Steiner got placed together with a former American baseball pitcher Orel Hershiser. Then Vin Scully retired from the Dodgers therefore, the network had to split radio and TV duties between him.

And Joe Davis, during the 2016 season, Charley remained in the radio section in 2014. During his time in college, Steiner worked at WIRL-FM as a newscaster. Then after, he graduated, he worked at KSTT Radio in Iowa as a sports host. Steiner then went to Connecticut where he was employed as a news director at WAVZ radio.

In addition, he worked at WPOP, a radio station in Hartford as a news director. Steiner then worked at WERE (1300 AM) as a sportscaster in Cleveland, Ohio in 1977. He did his first Tv broadcast as a sports commentator at WKYC-TV.