Darrin Jackson Bio, Age, Height, Salary, Net Worth White Sox

Darrin Jackson

Darrin Jackson

Darrin Jackson Biography

Darrin Jackson is popularly known to be an American previous professional enter fielder in Major League Baseball. He works for the Chicago White Sox based in Chicago, Illinois. As a radio color analyst, he started working here in 2000 together with Ken Hawk play-by-play man as of now.

Darrin Jackson Age

Jackson was born in Los Angeles, California, the United States on August 22, 1963. He is 58 years old.

Darrin Jackson Height

Jackson stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83m tall.

Darrin Jackson Education

Jackson finished his high school course at Culver City High School, during his time here he played baseball.

Darrin Jackson Family

Jackson is quite a reserved person he has managed to hide details about his parents and siblings.

Darrin Jackson Wife

Jackson is a married man to Joanne Frost. On June 27, 1970, she was born. Joanne Frost is 51 years old and directs a prominent Supernanny show. The duo stays in Orange County, California.

Darrin Jackson Children

Jackson has not shared out details on whether he has any kids or not.

Darrin Jackson Salary

Jackson receives an annual salary of $92,423.

Darrin Jackson Net Worth

Jackson has an accumulated net worth of $8 Million.

Darrin Jackson Career

Jackson currently works for the Chicago White Sox based in Chicago. Illinois as a radio color analyst commenced his work here in 2000. And after joining he worked together with Ken Hawk Harrelson, the play-by-play man.

The White Sox enlightened him that his place would be filled.  In by Steve Stone in 2009 on television broadcasts on Friday, September 12, 2008. The Chicago Tribune outlined that Darrin had elected to sojourn.

With the White Sox and he worked together with Ed Farmer the radio color analyst on December 13, 2008. Jackson had interviewed with various media outlets including ESPN.  As well as the new Major League Baseball channel.

He played back in 1996 with Seibu Lions of the Japanese Pacific League.  And hit struck .266 with 19 home runs and 64 RBI in 126 games before, joining Chicago White Sox. Jackson was signed in 1995 with Seibu Lions of the Japanese Pacific League.

And topped seventh in the league with a .289 standard before. He stockpiled 20 home runs and 68 RBI. Darrin completed his high school course at Culver City High School. During his time here he played baseball.