Ben Baby ESPN, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Dallas Morning News, Salary, and Net Worth

Ben Baby Bio | Wiki

Ben Baby is an American journalist currently working for ESPN as the NFL Nation Reporter covering the Cincinnati Bengals. He joined the station in June 2019.

Prior to joining ESPN, Ben covered Texas A&M as well as college athletics for The Dallas Morning News. He began his career journey in 2011 at the Denton Record-Chronicle as a full-time journalist.

Ben Baby Age

Ben was born in Grapevine, Texas, in the United States. He may be around 30 years old. However, he has not shared details regarding his date and year of birth with the public.

Ben Baby Height

He is a man of average stature. Ben stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in (Approx 1.73 m).

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Ben Baby Family

Despite being a public figure, Ben has managed to keep information concerning his parents and siblings away from the public eye hence we can’t verify whether he has siblings or not. However, we will update this as soon as we have clear and valid details in regards to his family.

Ben Baby Wife

He is married to his beloved wife Heather Ellis Baby. Ben and his wife exchanged their wedding vows on June 10, 2019, and are currently living a blissful married life. However, details regarding how the couple met or when they got engaged are still under the radar.

Ben Baby Education

He attended the University of North Texas where he graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism.

Ben Baby Dallas Morning News

He joined The Dallas Morning News in May 2016 working as a staff writer, covering Texas A&M and college athletics. Ben later left the station in July 2019 after working for three years and five months. He joined ESPN in Cincinnati, Ohio in July 2019 where he currently serves as an NFL nation Reporter.

Ben Baby ESPN

He joined ESPN in July 2019 and has been working as the NFL Nation Reporter covering Cincinnati Bengals. In his new assignment, Ben will bring daily coverage of Bengals for ESPN.com and at the same time making appearances on ESPN’s NFL shows, SportsCenter, and ESPN Radio programs. Prior to joining ESPN, he worked for The Dallas Morning News in Dallas, Texas as a staff reporter covering Texas A&M as well as college sports.

Before that, Ben worked for San Antonio Express-News as a staff reporter for almost two years. While there, he covered high school sports and also college football recruiting in the greater San Antonio area. In addition, he also worked for Denton Record-Chronicle as a staff writer covering high school sports. His career journey began at North Texas Daily where he served as a senior staff writer for a period of 10 months. Additionally, Ben is also part of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) as well as a retired amateur boxer with a record of 1-0.-30-.

Some of Ben’s colleagues at ESPN include:

John Buccigross – Sportscaster

Ashley Brewer – Sports Anchor & Host

Katie George – Sports Anchor

Molly Qerim – Host

Samantha Ponder – Sunday NFL Countdown Host

Kevin Negandhi – Anchor & Host

Jason Benetti – Play-by-Play Commentator

Ben Baby Salary

he receives quite an impressive amount from working at ESPN as an NFL Nation Reporter. Ben’s average salary is $95,871 annually.

Ben Baby Net Worth

Having worked in the media industry for quite some time now, Ben has managed to secure a decent fortune. His net worth is $1 million.

How Old Is Ben Baby

From our research, Ben was born in Grapevine, Texas, in the USA. He may be around 30 years old. However, he has not revealed details regarding his date and year of birth hence we can’t tell when he celebrates his birthday or his exact age.

Is Ben Baby married

He is a married man. Ben got hitched to his wife Heather Ellis Baby on June 10, 2019, and is currently living a happy married life. However, there is no available information in regards to the pair sharing any kids.

Where Is Ben Baby

He has been working for ESPN in Cincinnati, Ohio as an NFL nation Reporter since joining in July 2019. Previously, Ben worked for The Dallas Morning News in Dallas, Texas as a staff reporter for three years and three months.

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