- Date of Birth
- Age 57 Years Old
- Famous Name Steve Philips
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Stephen Francis "Steve" Phillips
- Famous Name Steve Philips
- Net Worth $1.5 million
- Salary $100,000
- School Location Detroit, Michigan
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession baseball analyst
- Currently Working For TSN
- Current City Wilton, Connecticut
- University attended University of Michigan
- School attended De La Salle Collegiate High School
- Married to Kathleen Phillips
Stephen Francis Phillips is currently working for TSN as their MLB analyst and also ghosts the Leadoff Spot on SiriusXM's MLB Radio. Besides, he also worked for ESPN and for New York Mets as their general manager.
The resident of Wilton, Connecticut, Steve earns around $100,000, annually and has an estimated net worth of over $1.5 million. Philips married to his longtime girlfriend Kathleen Phillips but later got divorced in 2009.
Steve Phillips Early Life and Educational History
Steve Phillips was born on May 18, 1963, in the United States. Steve is American by nationality and belongs to White ethnic group.
Phillips completed schooling from De La Salle Collegiate High School in Detroit, Michigan and later he was offered a scholarship from the Northwestern University.
Steve completed his psychology degree from the University of Michigan and besides another sportscaster, Adam Schefter also studied there
Steve started his playing career after being drafted by New York Mets in the 1981 Amateur draft as their second baseman and shortstop.
Steve Phillips Net worth and Salary
Similar to Paul Romanuk, the American sportscaster/anchor Stephen Francis Phillips has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $100,000 from his successful reporting career with TSN. Analyst salaries at Major League Baseball can range from $55,218-$59,481 and it can be more because of his experience.
Steve is one of the broadcasting industry's most popular names. He was able to draw the attention of people with a charming personality to his shows. In addition, he has worked with the various networks to collect net income and earn a substantial salary from his career.
Philips has long worked in the field of sports broadcasting. With all his skills and experience, he has gathered whopping net worth from his entire profits. So we concluded with all the references and assumptions that he lives a happy family life.
Steve Phillips Professional Career
Steve started his career with New York Mets as their general manager in 1990. After working there he started his broadcasting career with the ESPN Network as their baseball color analyst hosting Baseball Tonight, Sportscenter, Wednesday Night Baseball.
As an analyst he criticized the Cincinnati Reds Rule 5 Draft acquisition, Josh Hamilton stated that Hamilton, who had left the game due to substance abuse problems. Later he was fired from ESPN after his wife filed a divorce against him accusing Steve of having an affair with ESPN production assistant.
After leaving ESPN, he worked for several reputed networks including Sirius XM, Golf Channel. He worked alongside C J Nitkowski and Eduardo Perez on the SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio' s The Leadoff Spot show.
Besides, he served as a color commentator alongside Gary Thorne and John Kruk in MLB.
He was accused of sexual harassments while he was the general manager on New York Mets and later confessed that he had consensual sex with Rosa Rodriguez and due to this he remains out from the team for eight days.
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Steve Phillips Personal Life
Steve got married to his girlfriend Marni Philips in 1990. They married after being in an affair for a long time.
Later in 2009 Marmi filed a divorce against Steve and since then they are living separately. Marmi filed a divorce after Steve being found dating ESPN production assistant Brooke Hundley.
Marni Phillips of Mather Street, Wilton, alleges in the lawsuit filed with the State Superior Court that their 19-year marriage "was irretrievably broken."
Besides, after he got fired from ESPN, he went 45 days treatment for sex addiction.
The famous sportscaster has a charming personality and is pretty much focused towards his career despite his age of 56 years.
He currently, lives in Wilton, Connecticut, and has a beautiful home there.