John Wehner Biography
John Wehner presently works for AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh. And the Pirates Radio Network since 2005 as a color commentator. He played in 99 consecutive games without an error at 3rd base. Wehner worked at the Altoona Curve team from 2002 to 2004 as a hitting coach additionally.
John Wehner Age
Wehner was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States on June 29, 1967. He is 55 years old.
John Wehner Height
Wehner stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.74 m tall.
John Wehner Education
Wehner completed his high school course at Carrick High School. Then he went to Indiana University where played baseball for three years. And was drafted in the 1988 MLB draft in his 7th round.
John Wehner Family
Wehner’s father is called Jim, Unfortunately, he passed away in June 2020 after battling health issues for some years.
John Wehner Wife
Wehner is a married man to Brandie, together they have five kids. Three daughters and two sons Tyler, Brooke, Brandon, Hailey, and Hannah. They stay in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania.
John Wehner Salary
Wehner earns an annual salary of $64,532.
John Wehner Net Worth
Wehner approximated net worth of $1 Million.
John Wehner Career
Wehner joined the Pittsburgh Pirates, he played in the MLB minor leagues. In 1996, he left the team to join the Florida Marlins on July 17, 1991. For two seasons he was a bench player. In 1991, Wehner went back to Pittsburgh Pirates and played until 2001 furthermore.
He had finished with a .249 batting average with four home runs and 54 RBI. In 461 games, during his 11th season at the MLB. Together with Jeff Cirillo, John’s MLB record was 99 consecutive games without an error at 3rd base.
Wehner took part in the World Series Championship attaining a ring with the Florida Marlins in 1997. His last and final game was hitting the final home run and recording. The final out in 2001 at Three Rivers Stadium.
Wehner retired as a hitting coach working for the team from 2002 to 2004 at the Altoona Curve. He works for AT and T SportsNet Pittsburgh and the Pirates Radio Network since 2005 as a color commentator. At 3rd base, he played in 99 consecutive games without an error.