Jason Benetti Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Kids, ESPN, Disability, Eyes

Jason Benetti Biography

Jason Benetti is an American sportscaster who is the lead commentator for ESPN’s alternate “StatCast” telecasts.

Jason Benetti Age

He was born on September 9, 1983, in Chicago, Illinois

Jason Benetti Height

He stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

Jason Benetti  Education

Benetti earned bachelor’s degrees in broadcast journalism, economics, and psychology from Syracuse University in 2005. In 2011, he received his J.D. from Wake Forest School of Law. Benetti has cerebral palsy, which affects his balance and walking ability but not his ability to work on the radio. The Illinois native pays back to his alma mater by participating in the Burton Blatt Institute’s Communication Hope with Assistive Technology camp at Syracuse University. He formerly worked as an adjunct professor at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication, where he taught sports broadcasting.

Jason Benetti Parents

He is a beloved son to Sue Benetti (mother) and Rob Benetti (father).

Jason Benetti Wife

He has not revealed about his relationship life. However, he is believed to have a girlfriend called Alberta.

Jason Benetti Kids

He has no kids yet.

Jason Benetti ESPN News

Benetti signed a multi-year agreement with ESPN in 2020. During that year, due to the COVID-19-induced postponement of the 2020 Major League Baseball season, he called Korea Baseball Organization games remotely for the network. He was appointed as the play-by-play announcer for NBC Sports’ baseball coverage at the 2020 Summer Olympics in 2021.

Additionally, Jason worked for Time Warner Cable Sports Channel as the voice of High Point Panthers basketball games, Syracuse Chiefs baseball games, and high school football games while at Wake Forest. Benetti interned at WSCR, a Chicago sports radio station. Despite his boyhood preference for radio-only broadcasting, Benetti joined ESPN in 2011 and began his broadcasting career in television. Benetti a few college basketball games for ESPN3 before moving on to ESPN2 and ESPNU. He called his first American Athletic Conference football game for ESPN’s syndicated AAC Network in 2013.

Jason Benetti White Sox

Jason took over as the television play-by-play announcer for a select Chicago White Sox home. Throughout 2017, he signed a multiyear deal to remain the Sox’s principal television play-by-play voice in his first three seasons with the team, he divided broadcasting duties with 2020 Ford C. In 2021, he was diagnosed with Covid 19. F fortunately recovered. He is one of the most recognizable voices in sports   He also did away games from Ken Harrelson in 2016, where he would be paired with Steve Stone.

Jason Benetti Cerebral Palsy

Benetti, who was born 10 weeks early, spent three months in critical care due to respiratory disease. As a result, when he was a toddler, he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. He couldn’t play tuba during marching band season because of it. The band director did not want him to be left out, so he asked him to be the halftime announcer for their marching events.

Jason Benetti Glass Eye/ Disability

He has a limp when he walks and a wandering eye, which he revealed of his condition.

Jason Benetti Salary

She earns a salary of approximately $105,000 annually.

Jason Benetti Networth

His networth has amassed to approximately $ 3 million-5 million.

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