JT Snow Biography
JT Snow presently serves on Giants radio broadcasts as a color commentator together with play-by-play announcer Dave Flemming. He has also worked for the Pac-12 Network since 2013 as a college baseball broadcaster.
JT Snow Age
Snow was born in Long Beach, California, in the United States on February 26, 1968. He is 54 years old.
JT Snow Height
Snow stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88 m tall.
JT Snow Education
Snow completed his high school course at Los Alamitos High School in Los Alamitos. California, and he was awarded All-Orange County honors in basketball, baseball, and football. He went to the University of Arizona and played for the Arizona Wildcats baseball team for three seasons. where Snow’s teammates included Kevin Long, Alan Zinter, Scott Erickson, Trevor Hoffman, plus Kenny Lofton.
JT Snow Family
Snow’s parents are Jack Snow a previous NFL player, who in November 2005 developed a staph infection. And passed away in 2006 at age 62 due to complications, and his mom Merry Carole Shane. Who sadly passed away from thyroid cancer in 1998. He was raised together with his two sisters named Michelle and Stephanie.
JT Snow Wife
Snow is happily married to Gina Theisen-Snow. They stay in Northern California. He was first married to Stacie Peters.
JT Snow Salary
Snow annually receives a salary of $69,955.
JT Snow Net Worth
Snow has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
JT Snow Career
Snow retired from baseball during the final season of the 2006 season. And began working on Giants radio broadcasts alongside play-by-play announcer Dave Flemming as a color commentator. He also has served for the Giants as a roving minor-league instructor as well as as an advisor to the Giants’ general manager, Brian Sabean.
Snow also worked for the Pac-12 Network since 2013as a college baseball broadcaster. He earned a standing ovation when Snow was featured on the Jumbotron. It was during the time he came back for a visit to AT&T Park at the end of the 2006 season.
The Giants signed a one-day contract to allow him to retire as a Giant on September 24, 2008. He is a former first baseman from 1992 to 2006 in Major League Baseball. Snow is mostly known as a member of the San Francisco Giants. He won six consecutive Gold Glove Awards as a first baseman between 1995 and 2000, excelling as a defensive player. Snow also worked for the Giants as a special assistant to the General Manager.