Ron Gant Fox 5, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Braves, Kent Hrbek, Salary, and Net Worth

Ron Gant Bio | Wiki

Ron Gant is an American television news anchor and former professional baseball outfielder. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as an Atlanta Braves All-Star player from 1987 to 1993. Gant co-anchors Good Day Atlanta at 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. on weekdays. He also serves as a co-host on WAGA-TV’s morning news program Good Day Atlanta.

Gant joined the 30–30 club in 1990 and 1991, while with the Braves. Where he batted and threw right-handed. Gant also played for Cincinnati Reds in 1995, St. Louis Cardinals from 1996 to 1998, Philadelphia Phillies from 1999 to 2000, and Anaheim Angels in 2000 among others.

Ron Gant Age

He was on March 2, 1965, in Victoria, Texas, United States. Gant is 57 years old.

Ron Gant Height

He is a man of average stature. Gant stands at a height of 6 ft 0 in (Approx. 1.83 m).

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Ron Gant Family

Gant was born in Victoria, Texas to his father George Gant, and his mother Alice Hardeman. His father is a chemistry professor, while his mother is a special education teacher.

Ron Gant Wife

Gant was first married to Heather Campbell however they later divorced. In June of 2015, he married his 2nd wife Leslie Donatelli. in a private wedding ceremony that was held in Watercolor Inn. They are living together with the four kids from his previous marriage in Suwanee. The children include a son named Ryan and three daughters named Alexus, Symara, and Halyn.

Ron Gant Education

In high school, he played football and baseball. Gant was recruited heavily to play college baseball for schools such as Texas and Oklahoma, however, he turned down scholarship offers to go pro after high school.

Heather Campbell Ron Gant

Heather Campbell is the first wife of Gant, however, they divorced after years of marriage. Gant managed to keep the affairs out of the limelight deciding with Heather not to share their matter with the public. From their marriage, they were blessed with four kids, a son named Ryan Edwin Gant and daughters named Alexus Gant, Symara Gant, and Halyn Gnat.

Ron Gant Kent Hrbek

Kent Hrbek used to serve as an American Major League Baseball first baseman. He played for 14 years in a baseball career for the Minnesota Twins. He was involved in a controversial play with Gant in Game 2 of the 1991 Series. This happened when Gant was coming back to first base after widely rounding the base on a single.

Then Hrbek applied a tag to Gant’s leg and Gant ran into Hrbek. Drew Coble, the umpire, called Gant out, ruling that forward progress would have caused Gant to step off the bag. This made Gant dispute angrily the call and had to be restrained when Coble refused to change it. This move was later nicknamed the “T-Rex Tag.”

Ron Gant Braves

Gant was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 4th round of the 1983 Major League Baseball Draft. He made his MLB debut for the Braves in 1987 and played there until 1993. However, Gant suffered a dirt accident that left him injured on the left foot. Unfortunately, it caused him to end his stint in the games for the Atlanta Braves and closed the contract with the club to let him go.

Gant later served as a color commentator for the Atlanta Braves on TBS. Currently, he works as an analyst for the MLB Network and Braves games on SportSouth. Gant became a news anchor for WAGA-TV in 2012 co-hosting the morning show Good Day Atlanta.

Ron Gant Fox 5

He joined Fox 5 on October 25, 2012, and served as a news anchor for the Atlanta Fox-owned-and-operated station WAGA-TV. Prior to joining Fox 5, Gant worked as an analyst on FOX Sports South for the Atlanta Braves for the past four years. Earlier in his career, he was a studio analyst for the MLB Network for “Hot Stove” and “MLB Tonight.” Prior to that, Gant worked as a commentator for the Atlanta Braves on TBS. Currently, he is a co-host on WAGA-TV‘s morning news program Good Day Atlanta.

Gant’s colleagues at Fox News include:

Bret Baier – host

Martha MacCallum – host

Bill Hemmer – host

Blake Burman – correspondent

Dawn Timmeney – general assignment reporter

Andrea Michaels – Meteorologist

Jackie De Tore – anchor/ reporter

Ron Gant Salary

He is a Fox News anchor, there is no doubt, therefore, he earns a decent salary. Gant’s average salary is $1 million per year.

Ron Gant Net Worth

He earns his income through his career as a Fox News anchor. There is no doubt, therefore, that he has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Gant’s estimated net worth is $20 million.

How Old Is Ron Gant

He was on March 2, 1965, therefore, Gant is 55 years old.

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