Tom Candiotti Biography
Tom Candiotti is a sportscaster as of now working for the Arizona Diamondbacks. As a television and radio analyst at ESPN. From 2002 to 2005, He served as an analyst. Candiotti later continued to work for the Toronto Blue Jays. As a commentator on Baseball Tonight.
He previously played in the Major leagues as a right-handed baseball pitcher. Candiotti players on various major baseball teams including Los Angeles Dodgers, and Oakland Athletics. Toronto Blue Jays, Cleveland Indians, and Milwaukee Brewers. He likes watching sports during his leisure time.
Tom Candiotti Age
Candiotti was born in California, in the United States of America, on August 31, 1957. He is 64 years old and on August 31 every year celebrates his birthday.
Tom Candiotti Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ approx. 1.72 m tall.
Tom Candiotti Education
Candiotti attended Queen of All Saints Catholic School in Concord for his high school diploma Growing up in California. He joined Saint Mary’s College of California located in California, Moraga for his further studies later on.
Tom Candiotti Family
Candiotti was born and also raised under the loving care of his caring parents. In California, in the United States of America.
Tom Candiotti Wife
Candiotti is married to his supportive and charming wife Donna Beck. The sweet duo is proud to be sharing their stunning son called Casey. As of now, is Casey at Saint Mary’s college based in Moraga, California as a baseball player. He was married to his pretty wife Debra Candiotti and in 1992 got divorced however, this is his second marriage, before.
Tom Candiotti Salary
Candiotti earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, in accordance with ESPN Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Tom Candiotti Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Tom Candiotti Career
Candiotti as of now serves for the Arizona Diamondbacks as a television and radio analyst at ESPN. In 2001, Candiotti joined officially the ESPN. And was officially hired as an analyst on Baseball Tonight and as an MLB broadcaster, however.
He served from 2002 to 2005 as an analyst, Candiotti later continued to work. For the Toronto Blue Jays as a commentator on Baseball Tonight. He has served for a couple of seasons for the Arizona Diamondbacks. As a radio analyst. On June 27, 2007, He was inducted into the Fame International Bowling Museum’s Hall additionally.