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Jon Heyman Biography, Age, Net worth, MLB Network and senior baseball writer, Blog

Jon Heyman is an American is an insider for MLB Network and senior baseball writer for the FanRag Sports network and Today’s Knuckleball. He writes primarily about baseball. He is also a baseball insider for WFAN Radio in New York.

Jon Heyman Biography

Jon Heyman is an American is an insider for MLB Network and senior baseball writer for the FanRag Sports network and Today’s Knuckleball. He writes primarily about baseball. He is also a baseball insider for WFAN Radio in New York.

Jon Heyman Age

Jon Heyman was born on February 7, 1961, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. He is 58 years old as of 2019.

Jon Heyman Net worth

Jon Heyman earns his income from his businesses and from other related organizations. He also earns his income from his work as a senior baseball writer. He has an estimated net worth of $ 8.3 million dollars.

Jon Heyman Education

Jon Heyman graduated from Lawrence High School in 1979. He has also graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 1983. He lived in Southern California in the 1980s writing for the “Daily Breeze.”

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Jon Heyman MLB Network and senior baseball writer

Jon Heyman began his professional career as a sports writer with The Daily Dispatch in Moline, Illinois where he spent 16 years at Newsday and served as the New York Yankees beat writer, baseball columnist, and general sports columnist. In 1999 and 2000 Heyman was a baseball columnist for The Sporting News. He then joined Sports Illustrated in July 2006.

He usually reported on baseball news year-round and wrote a baseball notes column called The Daily Scoop for SI.com, which appeared most weekdays during the baseball season and twice a week during the offseason. He frequently wrote the “Inside Baseball” column in the magazine. In 2009, he joined the newly launched MLB Network as a baseball insider. He has also appeared on numerous radio and TV programs, including Mike and the Mad Dog,

The Michael Kay Show, Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith, Mike’d Up and Jim Rome is Burning. In December 2011, it was announced that Heyman would be leaving Sports Illustrated to cover baseball for CBS Sports, following the 2011 MLB Winter Meetings. In January 2016, it was announced that Heyman was leaving CBS. In June 2016, Heyman joined the FanRag Sports network as an MLB insider and senior writer for Today’s Knuckleball.

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Jon Heyman the MLB seasoner is in off-season programming mode, and one of the listing programs is to list the best plays of 2013.  The spans catch, a bailed Soriano from a blown save and won a game in August, made the list: It was covered in detail on the MLB Network.  Not only did they include the Charlie and Dave’s broadcast on 106.7, but they included Harper reaction after the play just standing over Span and yelling.

Was this the play of the year for the Nats? It was a game-saving play that required elite skill to accomplish. www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeFmmqaJQug MLB included the interview with Julie where she alerts him to the impending Gatorade bath and he moves faster than he does off the crack of the bat:

Then they actually went to a special MLB 360 graphic where they looked at how far Span had to cover to make the catch.  That play got more attention than any play on the two hour special including the #1 play, Ortiz’s homer against the Tigers. What makes the catch extra cool is that it happened right in front of the Natitude sign.

I am sure the special continuousment will loop throughout the offseason. Also, the LaRoche hot-shot grounder against the Dodgers was 64 “That ball caught LaRoche”.  While the list looks like it was intended to be a countdown, the Span play looked to be strategically placed in the countdown as a tent pole in the first hour.

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