Lou Merloni is a former professional Major League Baseball (MLB) player and an American journalist plus a radio personality. Lou played for the Boston Red Sox, San Diego Padres, Cleveland Indians, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim as an Infielder from 1998-2006. Merloni began working as a commentator in 2008 on the New England Sports Network.
Louis William Merloni was born in Massachusetts, United States, on April 6, 1971. William was raised by his mother Sandy Merloni and father, Lou Merloni Senior and he grew up along with his two elder sisters, Jill Merloni and Lisa Merloni in Framingham.
Merloni was a baseball player before he was a radio personality, he was quite popular with Boston fans as he was a native of that state. Lou's net worth rose when he became a popular radio personality. Lou played with famous players like Josh Bard, Mike Lowell, Chad Bradford, and Dustin Pedroia. Lou Merloni has an estimated net worth of $10 million. After William joined the NESN, he was hired by Comcast SportsNet New England during the 2009 season as an analyst reporter.
Lou has kept his Instagram private, so he hasn't promoted any brands on his account and keeps his Twitter as a source of interacting with fans who are interested in baseball. The former baseball player along with his siblings is the successor of the assets amassed by his parents. Merloni's wife is also a personal trainer and supporter of the organization named 'Room to Grow', so the duo resides together sharing each other's net worth and supporting each other at difficult times.
Lou met his wife Steffanie when she was going through her daily life, the girl already had a 15-year-old daughter and was going through a tough phase. Merloni's ancestors were from Italy and his attractive and romantic and generous personality comes naturally from his genes, which made Steffanie fall head over hills for him.
Merloni was a kind man and he opened up his arms for Steffani and her daughter; Lou Merloni and Steffani Merloni got married on November 3, 2007, in an intimate setting. The duo has shared a son named Mason Merloni and is on good terms with his stepdaughter.
WEEI red sox are New England's popular radio station that conveys all the details of the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics & Bruins of Major League Baseball. This branded SportsRadio 93.7 WEEI-FM is an affiliate of CBS Sports Radio and is operated by Greg Hill, Lou Merloni, Christian Fauria, and Jermaine Wiggins.
Megan Ottolini is also a co-worker at WEEI, a sports radio station, Mike Thomas the head at WEEI, has the plan to re-invent the station, and according to massive, Mike Mutansky, Lou Merloni and Christian Fauria are moving out of the radio station. Lou had a comfortable life, as he was born in Boston and got support from his people while playing as well as running the radio station. Meghan on the other hand had to go through several trials and errors to land a job behind the mike of WEEI.\
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Lou is a privacy lover, the journalist has kept his Instagram account private but he shares baseball announcements on his Twitter account, @LouMerloni.The former baseball player doesn't share any information about his family and runs a program with co-host named Meghan Ottolini in the show call Merloni and Fauria.
Lou Merloni is around 51 years old and the former player batted with his right hand and threw the ball with his right hand. The former player stands at 5 feet 10 inches and his wife Steffani hasn't revealed her age and stands at 5 feet 7 inches. Merloni seems like he works out and remains disciplined regarding his food choices.