Dan McLaughlin Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Cardinals

Dan Mclaughlin

Dan McLaughlin

Dan Mclaughlin Biography

Daniel McLaughlin currently serves for the St. Louis Cardinals. Before he worked for the St. Louis Blues, also for cable tv channel Bally Sports Midwest, he telecasted his coverage to the station. McLaughlin worked for the NFL on Fox as a play-by-play announcer, during his time in college, he played baseball previously. 

Dan Mclaughlin Age

Mclaughlin was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the United States of America on March 18, 1974. He is 48 years old.

Dan Mclaughlin Height

Mclaughlin stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73 tall.

Dan Mclaughlin Education

Mclaughlin completed his high school course in suburban Kirkwood, Missouri at St. John Vianney High School. Then he studied and graduated from Lindenwood University in Saint Charles.

Dn Mclaughlin Family

Mclaughlin was raised in the St. Louis area where his father worked as a school teacher. But he has not disclosed his identity, also he has not shared out details about his mom and whether he has any siblings.

Dan Mclaughlin Wife

Mclaughlin is happily married to Libby McLaughlin, together they have four kids. Named; Luke who was born in 2005, Avery who was born in 2007, and twins Olivia and Barrett who were born in 2009.

Dan Mclaughlin Salary

Mclaughlin annually receives a salary of $69,376.

Dan Mclaughlin Net Worth

Mclaughlin has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Dan Mclaughlin Career

Mclaughlin worked at KMOX radio in St. Louis as an intern during his time in college. Then in 1996, he became a sports talk show host for the same station, afterward. Mclaughlin worked on both KPLR-TV and FSN Midwest as a frequent contributor to St. Louis Blues telecasts.

He then worked for FSN’s Cardinal games in 2000 as the play-by-play broadcaster.Mclaughlin worked for the Mizzou Tiger and also Missouri Valley Conference basketball games. As a play-by-play, he also worked as an occasional host of a regional college football game for ESPN in addition.

Together with Danny Mac, they own a media company named Scoops, they conduct interviews with nationally known sports figures for both a television show and podcast and the company is renowned for candid one-on-one interviews between Dan and his subject as of now,