- Birth Name Heidi Watney
- Birth Place Fresno
- Famous Name Heidi Watney
- Father Mike Watney
- Mother Paula Watney
- Net Worth $3 million
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity white
- Currently Working For MLB Network, KMPH-TV
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Mike Wickham( m.2014)
- Children N/A
Heidi Watney is a very gorgeous sportscaster who appears as a studio host and reporter across MLB Network's studio programming. She is not only a stunning sports reporter but she is also a lovely wife to Mike Wickham and a caring mother to her only son Jax.
She earns an impressive salary of around $250 thousand and her net worth is reported to be at $3 million.
Heidi Watney Net worth in 2019; How much does she Earn as her Annual Salary?
Heidi Watney's current net worth is around $3 million as of 2019. Currently, Watney receives over $250 thousand dollars per annum from her sports journalism career.
However, she also receives a handful of ads and endorsements. Among many her biggest sports kit endorsement deals is with Nike.
Heidi Watney's Affairs, Marriage, and Children
According to some sources, she once had a relationship with an American professional baseball pitcher Jacob Edward Peavy. The couple dated for several months but the relationship did not last long.
Additionally, she was also rumored to have an affair with Jason Varitek in early 2008, the affair was controversial as Heidi Watney and Jason Varitek were rumored to be dating even before Varitek was officially divorced. They barely dated for over a year and separated.
She is currently married to her long term boyfriend, Mike Wickham who is the Director of Baseball Operations at Miami Marlins LLC.
Mike has started his career as the assistant director of the San Diego Padres. The couple got married on December 31, 2014. The pair outed the news of Heidi's pregnancy back in 2017 via Heidi's twitter.
The couple has a lovely two years old son named Jax together.
She is often seen sharing lovely pictures of her baby in her social media accounts.
The happy family also has a lovely pet dog and their newest son seems pretty fond of the dog.
Heidi Watney Early Life, and Education
She was born on May 19, 1981, in Fresno, California, the U.S. Her nationality is American and belongs to the white ethnic background. She is a daughter of Paula Watney (mother) and Mike Watney (father). She has a brother named Josh Watney.
Watney attended Clovis West High School situated in Fresno, California. She was active in various sports activities during her high school career. She has participated in various sports activities like hurdles, diving, gymnastics, and cheerleading. Heidi Watney has a tall stature as she stands at an amazing height of 5 feet 10 inches.
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Watney is a very beautiful sportscaster and has a charming personality. She has reached the age of 35. Her birth sign is Taurus. She is a daughter of Mike Watney who is a golf player and has played on PGA Tour. Her brother Josh is also a golf player. She belongs to the family from the sports background, which might be a good reason for her interestedness towards the sports.
She attended the University of San Diego after completing his high school education. She was a National Merit Scholar during her time in the university. She finished her university education graduating with honors in 2003. She has competed in the 2002 Miss California pageant, where she was the first runner-up.
Heidi Watney Professional Career
Heidi Watney put her first step into the journalism career working as a sports anchor and host for KMPH-TV and KFIg-AM radio in Fresno, California. She has worked as a sports reporter and assistant producer for KUSI News in San Diego.
Watney has served as the Boston Red Sox field reporter for New England Sports Network from 2008-2011 and has covered the Los Angeles Galaxy for Time Warner SportsNet. She hosted the "Red Sox Report" and the "Ultimate Red Sox Show" providing live in-game updated and reporting for NESN's pre and postgame show.
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She is currently working as a studio host and reporter for the MLB Network's studio programming. She hosts Quick Pitch of MLB Network's nightly highlight show of record during her regular season. She has contributed to Hot Stove, which is TV's only morning show dedicated to baseball during the offseason.