Len Kasper Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth White Sox

Len Kasper

Len Kasper

Len Kasper Biography

Len Kasper presently works as an MLB radio play-by-play announcer for the Chicago White Sox. He worked for the Chicago Cubs as a play-by-play announcer before.

Len Kasper Age

Kasper was born, in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, in the United States on 21, January 1971. He is 51 years old.

Len Kasper Height

Kasper stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.

Len Kasper Education

Kasper completed his high school course at Shepherd High School. During his time here he was a baseball player. Then Kasper received a degree in public relations in 1993 from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Len Kasper Family

Kasper’s parents are Joe and Sharon.

Len Kasper Wife

He is happily married to Pam for at least twenty years. Together they have a son named Leo who was born in 2001. Len’s son is a fan of HBO shows and computer games and a casual golfer. They reside in Chicago, Illinois.

Len Kasper Salary

Kasper annually receives a salary of $115, 000.

Len Kasper Net Worth

Kasper has an accumulated net worth of $2.2 million.

Len Kasper Career

Kasper works for the Chicago White Sox as a play-by-play announcer since 2021. He works together with Darrin Jackson, a color analyst while calling on both Chicago. White Sox Radio Network and ESPN 1000 the White Sox games.

Kasper worked for the Chicago Bulls as a play-by-play announcer previously. He called games for the Milwaukee Brewers, Cincinnati Reds, and Green Bay Packers. Pittsburgh Pirates, and St. Louis Cardinals during his career as a sportscaster.

Kasper served at the Chicago cubs between 2005 to 2020, during his time there. He worked alongside Jim Deshaies and Bob Brenly analysts on the Chicago Cubs Telecasts. Kasper also was awarded by the Hit Club and Pitch of Chicago as the Harry Cara 2011 Sportscaster of the Year Awar.

He announced, that he would be leaving the Cubs to join the Chicago. White Sox radio announcing booth but in December 2020. After leaving, Kasper’s place was filled in by a sportscaster for ESPN and the Marquee Sports Network called John Sciambi.