Dave Jageler Biography
Dave Jageler presently works calls games for the Washington Nationals radio broadcast booth, he began working here in 2006. Jageler worked for the 2005 season as the voice of the International League Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox prior. He called baseball games for the Charlotte Knights and Syracuse Chiefs in addition.
Dave Jageler Age
Jageler was born in Hartford, Connecticut, the United States in 1971. He is about 51 years old.
Dave Jageler Height
Jageler stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88 m tall.
Dave Jageler Family
Jageler has managed to hide details about his parents and siblings.
Dave Jageler Wife
Jageler is happily married to Jennifer. Together they have two kids, Jared and Sarah.
Dave Jageler Education
Jageler studied and graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in 1993.
Dave Jageler Salary
Jageler annually receives a salary of $74,555.
Dave Jageler Net Worth
Jageler has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Dave Jageler Career
Jageler currently works calling for the Washington Nationals radio broadcast booth where he joined in 2006. He worked for the 2005 season as the voice of International League Triple A Pawtucket Red Sox prior. Jageler also called baseball games for the Charlotte Knights and Syracuse Chiefs in addition.
He joined former Pawtucket announcers Aaron Goldsmith, Dave Flemming, Don Orsillo. Andy Freed, and Gary Cohen in the majors. Jageler used to work as a sportscaster in Boston and Charlotte before working as a full-time baseball announcer in North Carolina.
He worked did play by play of various sports and co-hosted talk shows in addition. Jageler worked as the voice of the Collegiate Division I Charlotte 49ers basketball team during his time in Charlotte. He called every Nationals regular-season game from Opening Day in 2006 also.
Jageler missed a game to attend his son’s high school graduation, his work as Nationals broadcaster ended in the bargain, on May 31, 2018. His Nationals streak ended at 2,016 consecutive games. Longtime Harrisburg Senators broadcaster called Terry Byrom. Took his place for four games from May 31 to June 3, 2018, Jageler came back to the booth on June 5, 2018.