|Birth Name||Jeffrey Kent Huson|
|Famous Name||Jeff Huson|
|Birth Place||Scottsdale, Arizona|
|Currently Working For||Fox Sports, AT&T sportsnet|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Weight in KG||80|
|Married to||Wendy Huson|
|Children||3; Lindsay, Kyle, and Cody|
|Started career as||Baseball Player|
|School attended||Mingus Union High School|
|University attended||University of Wyoming|
|Full Name||Jeffrey Kent Huson|
|Past Team||Montreal Expos|
|Birth Date||August 15, 1964|
|Career Earnings||$5 million|
|Height||6 feet 3 inch (1.91m)|
|Weight||180 lbs (82kg)|
As of 2018, Jeff Huson has an estimated net worth of $4 million. Further, he earns $50,000 as an annual salary as a sportscaster. The former 12-Year MLB Veteran is married to Wendy Huson. The couple has three children; Lindsay, Kyle, and Cody.
Jeffrey Kent Huson was born on August 15, 1964, in Scottsdale, Arizona of United States. He began playing baseball at an early age. In 1976, Huson attended Mingus Union High School, where he started competing in high school leagues.
In 1984, Huson attended the University of Wyoming. During his college years, Huson was an All-Western Athletic Conference player.
Further, he played professional baseball after signing a five-year contract with Canadian team Montreal Expos.
Huson made his Major League Baseball debut with the Montreal Expos on September 2, 1988, and appeared in his final game on October 1, 2000.
The former MLB player has an estimated net worth of $4 million and earns about $50,000 as an annual salary as a sportscaster. According to USA Today, Huson was last under contract with a 1-year package worth $300,000 in 2000.
During 1989-2000, Huson made over $5 million from his professional baseball career. In his minor leagues, Huson was paid less than $10,000.
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In 2006, Huson began broadcasting for Colorado Rockies with FOX Sports Network. The average salary for sports announcer is estimated to be around $50,000. Huson is paid between $50,000-$80,000 as yearly salary.
Apart from Baseball earnings and broadcasting career, Huson's net worth includes a home in Colorado. However, there isn't any detailed information about his house and personal car collection.
Huson's began his professional career in 2006 with Montreal Expos. His professional Baseball career lasted for 14 years from 1986-2000. During his career, Huson played as a Shortstop, Second Baseman, and Third Baseman.
In 1990, Huson was traded to the Texas Rangers, where he played till 1994. During that time he played in two very big games in baseball history: Nolan Ryan's sixth and seventh career no-hitters.
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After the 1994 season, Huson was traded to the Baltimore Orioles, where he played for two seasons.
Huson spent the next four years jumping from team to team, playing for the Brewers in '97, Mariners in '98, Angels in '99 and the Chicago Cubs in 2000. He retired at the age of 34.
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Huson coached for the Chicago Cubs minor league system from 2001-2005. During those years, Huson finished his degree in finance.
Huson's professional baseball career lasted 14 years throughout the minor and major leagues.
In 2006, Huson accepted a job as Fox television broadcaster for the Colorado Rockies. As of 2018, He still broadcasts games and currently works for AT-&-T Sports Net. Besides, Huson also works as a freelance broadcaster.
In 2007, he called 55 games and hosted the pre/post-game shows on Fox in Denver, Colorado. In 2018, he joined Mile High Sports Radio and discussed the Colorado Rockies performance on National League West.
Regarding Huson's personal life, he is 54 years as of 2018. Further, his star sign is Leo. Huson married his college sweetheart Wendy Huson. The couple dated during their college days, while they both were studying at the University of Wyoming.
The couple has three children; Lindsay, Kyle, and Cody, and has been living together in Colorado since 1997. Huson's son Kyle is a junior defenseman in the UConn hockey team.
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