Ryan Spilborghs Biography
Ryan Spilborghs currently serves for AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain & SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio as a baseball broadcaster. He worked as a professional baseball outfielder prior. Spilborghs also works on SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio as a co-host (together with CJ Nitkowski) of the “Loud Outs” program that airs Saturdays currently.
Ryan Spilborghs Age
Spilborghs was born in Santa Barbara, California, in the United States on September 5, 1979. He is 42 years old.
Ryan Spilborghs Height
Spilborghs stands at an average height of 6 ft 1 in/1.83 m tall.
Ryan Spilborghs Education
Spilborghs completed his high school course at Santa Barbara High School. After he attended and graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara, during Spilborghs tenure here he played college ball and was All-Big West Conference in 2001.
Ryan Spilborghs Family
Spilborghs’s dad is called Rene who is a Belgian. He also has a brother who is unidentified and a sister named Natalie. Spilborghs mom passed away but he has not revealed the exact details regarding her.
Ryan Spilborghs Wife
Spilborghs is a married man to Stacey Spilborghs. Together they are blessed to have a child named Kiera who was born on July 20, 2009. The child’s middle name Esperanza was kept following Ryan’s mother who passed away.
Ryan Spilborghs Salary
Spilborghs receives an annual salary of $73,615.
Ryan Spilborghs Net Worth
Spilborghs has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Ryan Spilborghs Career
It was announced that Spilborghs had joined the Root Sports Rocky Mountain broadcasting team. His role is working as a sideline reporting during games; thus Spilborghs occasionally provides.
In-booth color commentary on February 6, 2014. He works together (with CJ Nitkowski) on the “Loud Outs” program that airs Saturdays on SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio as a co-host currently.
Spilborghs started his Major League for the Rockies against the Cincinnati Reds. And recorded his number one hit in that game, a single to right field off of Todd Coffey on July 16, 2005. He began the 2007 season at Triple-A with the Sky Sox, then veteran Steve Finley beaten him out for a roster spot.
Spilborghs completed his high school course at Santa Barbara High School. After he attended and graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara. During his tenure here he played college ball and was All-Big West Conference in 2001.