Ricky Horton Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Fox Sports

Ricky Horton

Ricky Horton

Ricky Horton Biography

Ricky Horton is a well-known American former Major League Baseball player, he pitched from 1984 to 1990. Horton works for the St. Louis Cardinals on Bally Sports Midwest Ricky as a commentator and play-by-play. In addition, he works on KMOX radio broadcasts as a fill-in as of now.

Ricky Horton Age

Horton was born in Poughkeepsie, New York, United States on July 30, 1959. He is 62 years old.

Ricky Horton Height

Horton stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88 m tall.

Ricky Horton Education

Horton completed his high school course at F. Doctorate Roosevelt high school.  He was coached in nearby Hyde Park by Duane Davis during his time there. Then Horton attended and graduated from the University of Virginia where he played college baseball.

Ricky Horton Family

Horton has managed to hide details regarding his parents and whether he has any siblings.

Ricky Horton Wife

Ricky Horton Salary

Hortonannually receives a salary of $84,555.

Ricky Horton Net Worth

Horton has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Ricky Horton Career

Horton as of now works for television broadcasts of the St. Louis Cardinals. On Bally Sports Midwest as a color commentator and play-by-play. He serves on KMOX radio broadcasts as a fill-in furthermore.

Horton led the Cavaliers in innings pitched 662, earned run average of 270, and strikeouts of 70, during the 1980 season. Also, the Saint Louis Cardinals drafted him in the 4th round of the 1980 amateur draft.

His first major league hit came on May 21, 1984, off Nolan Ryan.  Horton served in the Cleveland Indians farm system as a minor league pitching coach in 1991. Then he started working at the Saint Louis Fellowship of Christian Athletes as the director in 1993.

Horton also worked on Cardinals television broadcasts on FSN Midwest as a fill-in in 1997. He works on the Cardinals Radio Network as a radio broadcaster also.  Horton began working on the FSN Midwest television broadcast team, where he roughly. Worked 100 games per year as well as post-game analysis, in 2003.