Jerry Remy

Jack Ol 27 May,2018

Facts of Jerry Remy

Birth Name
Gerald Peter Remy
Famous Name
Jerry Remy
Married to
Phoebe Remy
Currently Married


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$15 million


Married to
Phoebe Remy
Currently Married

Gerald Peter Remy, also known as Jerry Remy is an American retired Major League Baseball second baseman who has played for California Angles from 1975 to 1977 and then was traded to Boston Red Sox where he remained till 1984.

As of now, he serves as Major League Baseball broadcaster for the Red Sox. He has an estimated net worth of $15 million as of 2021.

How Much Is Jerry Remy's Net Worth In 2021? (Salary and Endorsement)

As of 2019, Remy’s net worth is estimated to be $15 million. His significant source of earning is his professional sports commentator career.


Before that, he has earned a huge amount of cash from his career as a sportsman. As the minimum salary, an MLB player earns around $500 thousand. Hence, he should have earned a huge amount from his career in MLB. 

Jerry Remy's Married, Wife, and Personal Life

Currently, 66, Jerry Remy, is a happily married man. He tied the knot with Phoebe Remy in 1974. Going deep into their relationship, the duo met for the first time in 1972, when both, Phoebe and Remy used to work at a Fall River, Massachusetts clothing store during the off-season. For their first date, the pair went Christmas shopping.

Jerry Remy's Family SOURCE: The Boston Globe

The couple shares three children, Jared, Jordan, and Jenna. Their son Jared served as a security guard for the Red Sox but was fired after another guy told the State Police that Jared had sold him steroids. On 16th August was under arrest in the fatal stabbing of his girlfriend, Jennifer Martel. Jordan was sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole.

Their younger son, Jordan is a professional baseball player who was picked at the 49th round of the 1999 MLB draft. He was charged with indecent assault and battery.

On 25th July 2013, their daughter, Jenna was arrested for disorderly conduct, assault, and battery with a dangerous weapon, resisting arrest, wanton, malicious defacement, and misdemeanor breaking and entering after she broke into her ex-boyfriend’s home.  

As of 2018, It’s been almost forty-four years that Remy and his spouse, Phoebe is together. In an interview, Phoebe told that she has gotten used to Remy’s mood swings. But he was never abusive.

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Jerry Remy's Bio and Early Life

Jerry Remy was born on 8th November 1952, in Fall River, Massachusetts. His star sign is Scorpio. Regarding his nationality, Remy is an American and is of white ethnicity.

He enrolled at Somerset High School, and after graduation, he attended Roger Williams University in Bristol. 

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Jerry Remy's Playing Career

Remy was picked 129th overall in the 8th round by the California Angels in 1971. He played four seasons with Angels in the Minor league. In 1975, he made his major league debut. He represented California Angeles three seasons as their starting second baseman.

In 1977, Remy was traded to Boston Red Sox. In the following season, he was the Red Sox starter at second as well as selected for the AL All-Star team, but didn’t play any game that season. He continued as Red Sox’s starting second baseman for the next six season, although injuries often hampered him.

In May of 1984, Remy suffered from a knee injury which eventually led to his release by the Red Sox in December of 1985 and his retirement in the spring training in 1986.

Additionally, Remy was rated 100th greatest second baseman of all time by Bill James, in his Historical Abstract as of 2001.

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Jerry Remy's Post Playing Career

NESN Career

After Remy’s retirement as a baseball player, he started off his career as a broadcaster and promptly found success while working as the color commentator for the New England Sports Network (NESN) since 1988. From 2001 through the end of the 2015 season, he collaborated with Don Orsillo.

On 24th June 2008, NESN celebrated Jerry Rem Day, in honor of Remy’s 20 years of service for the network.


In 2006, Remy was inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame, and the following year, he was elected Honorary President of Red Sox Nation.


Remy is the author of the book “His Journey Through Red Sox Nation,” “Watching Baseball” which was co-authored with Corey Sandler and the children’s book “Hello Wally” as well as the “Wally the Green Monster.” Also, he runs a website, The Remy Report.

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In November of 2008, Remy underwent lung surgery to remove a low-grade cancerous area, most likely a result of smoking cigarettes. During his recovery, he suffered from an infection and a bout of pneumonia. Due to depression and fatigue, he took an indefinite leave of absence from his broadcast duties for NESN, starting 30th April 2009.

On 12th June 2017, Remy announced that he is diagnosed with cancer again and will begin treatment in two weeks.


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