Who Is Jerry Remy’s Wife? Phoebe Remy Bio, Age, Husband, Kids, Net worth

Phoebe Remy

Phoebe Remy Biography

Phoebe Remy is the wife of the late Jerry Remy, Boston Red Sox broadcaster and former Major League Baseball infielder who died on October 30, 2021 after a battle with lung cancer.

Phoebe Remy Age

She was born in 1954 in Portugal.

Phoebe Remy Husband

Phoebe is married to Jerry Remy since 1974. The couple first met in 1962 while Jerry was working at a Fall River, Massachusetts, clothing store during the off-season. Jerry is a former Major League Baseball infielder who played for Boston Red Sox and a broadcaster for New England Sports Network.

Phoebe Remy Children – Jerry Remy Children

Phoebe and Jerry have three children together; two sons and a daughter named Jared, Jordan, and Jenna.

Jared Remy was accused of murdering his girlfriend and mother of their daughter, Jennifer Martel in 2013. In 2014, he pleaded guilty to all counts against him and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole at the age of 35.

In 2010 Jordan was charged with indecent assault and battery for an alleged incident with a woman at a bar.

In 201 Jenna was arrested for resisting arrest, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct and misdemeanor breaking and entering after allegedly breaking into her ex-boyfriend’s house.

They both received probation and avoided jail time. They have managed to keep away from the media.

Who Is Jerry Remy

Remy was a former Major League Baseball infielder who was nicknamed “Rem Dawg”. He was selected by the Washington Senators in the 19th round of the 1970 MLB draft but did not sign with the team. He signed with the California Angels in January 1971 after he was selected in the 129th overall pick (eighth round) in the secondary phase of the free agent draft. He played for the first three seasons but was traded to the Red Sox six months later.

In 1978, with the first season with Boston he was selected to the MLB All-Star Game, had a team-high 19-game hit streak and finished the year with 30 stolen bases. He continued to be the Sox’s starting second baseman for the next six seasons.

He retired from the major leagues during spring training in 1986 after missing the entire 1985 season due to a knee injury that limited him to 30 games the year before.

He was inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2006. He was among the franchise’s all-time leaders at second base in fielding percentage (.982), games played (685), putouts (1,370), assists (1,988) and double plays (466) at the time of his induction.

Jerry Remy NESN

Reny was a color the color analyst for New England Sports Network’s Red Sox broadcasts since 1988. On August 4, 2021 he had stepped away to undergo lung cancer treatment. He had previously stepped away from broadcast on June 11 and was admitted to Massachusetts General Hospital and was released on June 16 and returned to the booth on June 20.

His recent public appearance was on October 5, when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the American League Wild Card Game against the New York Yankees.

As a broadcaster, he was inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2017.

Jerry Remy Net worth

He has an estimated net worth of $15 million.

Jerry Remy Cancer

Remy was first diagnosed with lung cancer in 2008. On August 4, 2021 he had stepped back from his role as the color analyst for New England Sports Network’s Red Sox broadcasts to undergo treatment for lung cancer.

On June 11, Remy said he experienced shortness of breath during the third inning of a game between the Red Sox and Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway Park. He stepped away from the broadcast as a precaution and was admitted to Massachusetts General Hospital. He was released June 16 and returned to the broadcast booth June 20.

Jerry Remy Death

Jeremy died on October 30, 2021 at the age of 68. His death was announced by Red Sox principal owner John Henry who said in a statement,

“We are saddened by the loss of a beloved player, broadcaster, and 13-year cancer warrior. Jerry’s love and connection to baseball didn’t allow anything to stand between the game and him, including for many years cancer. He devoted his entire career to baseball and whether from his seat in the clubhouse or his perch above the field in the broadcast booth, he took generations of rising Red Sox stars and a multitude of fans along for the ride with him.

During his lifetime, he witnessed great triumphs and terrible tragedies handling all of it with grace, dignity, and a huge heart. He left an indelible mark on this club and on an entire nation of Red Sox fans.”

Did Jerry Remy Smoke

Remy used to be a smoker but he quit in November 2009 after he turned 56, his wife had been campaigning for him to quit since he turned 40.