Mark Grant Biography
Mark Grant is renowned to be an American professional baseball starting pitcher. He works for the San Diego Padres on Fox Sports San Diego as a color commentator presently. Grant worked for The Padres on Channel 4 San Diego as a color commentator prior.
Mark Grant Age
Grant was born in Aurora, Illinois, in the United States on October 24, 1963. He is 58 years old.
Mark Grant Height
Grant stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88m tall.
Mark Grant Education
Grant completed his high school course at Joliet Catholic Academy in Illinois. However, he didn’t further his studies at the college level.
Mark Grant Family
Grant’s parents are Larry, who worked as an architect and Sue worked as a homemaker. He also is the youngest of three children in his family, Grant grew up together with his older sisters, Lynn and Leslie.
Mark Grant Wife
Grant is married to Mary, they exchanged vows in 1988, together they have three full-grown children, One of their children is called Aidan, and a daughter. Aidan is autistic and has Down syndrome moreover. The family stays in Alpine, California.
Mark Grant Salary
Grant annually receives a salary of $100,000.
Mark Grant Net Worth
Grant earns an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars. .
Mark Grant Career
Grant worked on Fox Sports San Diego as the color commentator. For the Padres, he started working here in 2012. Grant was commentating on the Padres together with Dick Enberg a play-by-play announcer. Before he went for retirement after the 2016 season during that time.
Grant works for the Padres as a color commentary together with Don Orsillo as a play-by-play announcer currently. He worked for the Padres at Channel 4 San Diego together with Matt Vasgersian. And Mel Proctor between 1997 to 2012 as a color commentator.
Grant also worked on KFMB-AM after taking a break from baseball. As a radio show host and broadcaster of Padres games in 1994. He also is known as ‘mud’ by the Padres fan moreover.
Grant was a professional baseball player, he used to play for Uni-President Lions. Seattle Mariners, Houston Astros, Colorado Rockies, California Angels. The Chicago Cubs, and San Diego Padres, Atlanta Braves, and the San Francisco Giants. Prior, to getting into a broadcasting career full-time. He also has spent ten years. And a half playing baseball since 1981.