Chris Singleton ESPN, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Salary, and Net Worth

Chris Singleton Biography

Chris Singleton is an American sportscaster, analyst, inspirational speaker, and former professional baseball outfielder who joined ESPN in 2008 as an MLB analyst he primarily serves as a game analyst for ESPN Radio’s Sunday Night Baseball and postseason broadcast alongside Jon Sciambi. He regularly appears as a studio analyst on Baseball Tonight and he played for the Chicago White Sox (1999 to 2001), Baltimore Orioles (2002), Oakland Athletics (2003), and Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2005).

During his playing career, Chris had an average Batting of .273, made 45 home runs and made runs batted in 276, and was selected by the Houston Astros in the 30th round (790th overall) of the 1990 Major League Baseball Draft. Before joining ESPN, Chris provided color analysis on Chicago White Sox radio broadcasts between 2006 and 2007.

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Nevertheless, Chris began his career with the White Sox, hitting 300 with 17 home runs in a strong rookie campaign. Additionally, he was hired as a part-time analyst for the Milwaukee Brewers telecast on Bally Sports Wisconsin in 2021. Moreover, he once signed to play with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2004 but his contract was voided after he failed a physical exam. READ ALSO: Mark Schlereth

Chris Singleton’s Age, Birthday, Nationality, and Ethnic Background

Chris Singleton (age 49 years) was born on August 15, 1972, in Martinez, California, in the United States of America. The Martinez native of African-American descent holds American nationality by birth. Moreover, he normally celebrates his birthday on August 15th every year.

Chris Singleton Height, Weight, and Other Body Measurements

Singleton stands at an average height of 6 feet 2 inches which is approximately 1.87 meters and maintains an average bodyweight of around 90 kg.

Chris Singleton Parents and Siblings/ Family

Singleton was born in Martinez, California, in the United States of America to his caring and supportive parents. Unfortunately, he is a very secretive individual and has not revealed any information about his parents and his siblings to the public at the moment.

Chris Singleton Education Background

After finishing his high school education at Pinole Valley High School in California, he attended the University of Nevada, Reno where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication, journalism, and related programs in 1993.

Chris Singleton’s Wife/Spouse and Children

Chris has not provided any information on whether he is married, in a relationship, engaged, or divorced. He is a very silent person when it comes to his personal details thus not disclosing his love life at the moment. Additionally, he has yet to disclose any information on whether he has children.

Chris Singleton Baseball, Basketball & Football

Singleton primarily serves as a game analyst for ESPN Radio’s Sunday Night Baseball and postseason broadcast alongside Jon Sciambi. He regularly appears as a studio analyst on Baseball Tonight. Moreover, he played for the Chicago White Sox (1999 to 2001), Baltimore Orioles (2002), Oakland Athletics (2003), and Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2005).

During his playing career, Chris had an average Batting of .273, made 45 home runs, and made runs batted in 276. Furthermore, he was selected by the Houston Astros in the 30th round (790th overall) of the 1990 Major League Baseball Draft.

Before joining ESPN, Chris provided color analysis on Chicago White Sox radio broadcasts between 2006 and 2007. Nevertheless, Chris began his career with the White Sox, hitting 300 with 17 home runs in a strong rookie campaign.

Chris Singleton Salary

Singleton is a sportscaster, analyst, and former professional baseball outfielder. Primarily serve as a game analyst for ESPN Radio’s Sunday Night Baseball and postseason broadcast alongside Jon Sciambi. Chris’s estimated annual salary is around $150,000 per year.

Chris Singleton’s Net Worth

Singleton is an American sportscaster, analyst, and former professional baseball outfielder. He primarily serves as a game analyst for ESPN Radio’s Sunday Night Baseball. Chris has managed to accumulate a net worth of around $3 million dollars.

Chris Singleton Book

He authored a book titled Your Life Matters which was originally published on March 9, 2021. Additionally, he has two other books titled “Different: A story About Loving Your Neighbor” (2020) and “Baseball Around the World: How the World Plays the Game” (2022).

“Your Life Matters” by Chris Singleton

Chris authored a book titled Your Life Matters which was originally published on March 9, 2021.