Lou Merloni WEEI, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Red Sox, Salary, And Net Worth

Lou Merloni Bio | Wiki

Lou Merloni (Full name: Louis William Merloni) is an amazingly talented American radio personality presently working as a host and color analyst at WEEI-FM. He has been a part of the network since 2008.

Formerly, he was a professional League Baseball player who played for the San Diego Padres, Cleveland Indians, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. During his free time, Lou loves traveling, reading, and watching sports.

Lou Merloni Age | Birthday

He was born April 6, 1971, in Framingham, Massachusetts in the United States of America. Lou is 51 years old and celebrates his birthday on April 6 every year.

Lou Merloni Height

He is a man of average stature. Lou stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in (approx. 1.72 m).

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Lou Merloni Family

He was born and also raised in Framingham, Massachusetts in the United States of America under the love and care of his supportive and caring parents Lou Merloni and Sandy Merloni. Lou holds an American nationality by birth but belongs to the white ethnicity. Lou grew up along with his beautiful sisters, Lisa and Jill. His loving parents still reside in Massachusetts.

Lou Merloni Wife

Lou is a married man. He is happily married to his beautiful and loving wife Steffanie Merloni. The duo has been living under the same roof since they were wedded on November 3, 2007. However, the couple met when Steffanie was a single mother striving to provide for her child, Kayla. The two recently welcomed their first baby Mason and are currently proud to be sharing their two children.

Lou Merloni Education

He attained his High School Diploma in 1989 from Framington South High School and later decided to further his studies at Providence College. Lou studied at the institution for several years before he was awarded his degree.

Lou Merloni Red Sox

He was drafted by The Boston Red Sox during the tenth round of the 1993 free-specialist draft. During the 1998 season in Pawtucket, he played as an infielder for the majors. In his official introduction at-bat, Lou hit a 3-run homer on a 3-2 pitch check. Despite working for the Boston outfit, Lou was later downgraded to the PawSox.

On November 22, 1999, Lou joined Japan Yokohama Bay Stars, there, they were baffled by his exhibitions, and were kept out of the field majority of the season. Lou requested to be discharged and moved back to Pawtucket. In August 2000, Lou received a phone call from the Boston Red Sox.

Two years, later he left and joined San Diego Padres, however, a year later he played for the Cleveland Indians. In 2005, he left Cleveland Indians to play for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He lastly played for the Cleveland Indians in 2006 before officially retiring from his profession as a baseball player.

Lou Merloni WEEI-FM

He kicked off his career as a journalist in March 2008, when he was hired at WEEI-AM as a co-host of “Big Show.” On May 27, 2008, Lou was hired as a commentator on the Red Sox pre-game and post-game shows which aired on the New England Sports Network (NESN).

A year later he left the station and joined Comcast SportsNet New England as an analyst and reporter. Later on February 28, 2011, MerloniLou began co-hosting started co-hosting Mut and Merloni, a show on the WEEI network alongside Mike Mutnansky. Three years later, he was teamed up with Christian Fauria and Tim Benz and together they hosted “Midday’s with MFB” in Pittsburg.

In 2013, he joined the Red Sox radio as a part-time color analyst alongside Joe Castiglione and Dave O’Brien for select games. Later that year in October Lou joined O’Brien and Castiglione for WEEI’s broadcasts of the ALCS and World Series.

Lou Merloni Salary

Currently, he works as a color analyst and hosts at WEEI-FM, therefore, receiving a desirable amount of wealth. Lou’s average salary is $96,380 annually.

Lou Merloni Net Worth

From his career as a professional baseball player and journalist, there is no doubt that he has successfully accumulated his decently acquired fortune over the years. Lou’s average net worth is $930,670.

Where Is Lou Merloni Now

Lou, his wife Steffanie Merloni, and their two children, Kayla, and Mason currently live in Massachusetts where he serves as a color analyst and host at WEEI-FM.

How Old Is Lou Merloni

He was born to his adorable and loving parents on April 6, 1971, in Framingham, Massachusetts in the United States of America. Therefore, Lou is 51 years old.

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