Stephen Nelson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth MLB

Stephen Nelson

Stephen Nelson

Stephen Nelson Biography

Stephen Nelson is a known Japanese-American journalist. He currently serves for MLB and NHL Network as a host and play-by-play. Nelson began working here in March 2018. Prior, he worked for Bleacher Report as a host.

Stephen Nelson Age

Nelson was born in Southern California, in the United States on March 8, 1989. He is 33 years old.

Stephen Nelson Height

Nelson stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.

Stephen Nelson Education

Nelson finished his high school education at Marina High School. Then he earned himself a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in Television Broadcast Journalism. And a minor in Public Relations in 2011 from Chapman Univerity.  Nelson worked at Chapman Radio as a sports director and the host of The Score during his time here.

Stephen Nelson Family

Nelson was raised together with her younger sister, however, he has not disclosed his parents and siblings, details to the public.

Stephen Nelson Wife

He is happily married to Cori Coffin in 2018, together they have a child.  Named Nelly who was born in August 2021, and also they have a pet dog named Nash. They stay in Aloha.

Stephen Nelson Salary

Nelson receives an annual salary of $89,700.

Stephen Nelson Net Worth

Nelson has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Stephen Nelson Career

Nelson works for the MLB and NHL Network as a host and play-by-play. He started working here in 2018.  Nelson worked from August 2014 to March 2018 for Bleacher Report as a host. While he was here he played the role of producing feature pieces.

Doing the voiceover, calling games, and also hosting live shows prior. Titled a member of the “30 Under 30” Forbes class in sports in 2016, while working on the Bleach report in addition. Nelson worked between June 2012 to August 2014 at KEZI-TV as a sports reporter.

And anchor in Eugene, Oregon prior. He worked at Rockford IceHogs in Rockford, Illinois as a multimedia broadcaster and studio host before. During Nelson’s career as a journalist, he worked in an Entertainment Production. And Camera Operator at Anaheim Ducks and the Angels Baseball.