Jerry Remy Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

                                                    Gerald Peter Remy, better known as Jerry Remy, was an American sportswriter and former professional baseball player. Remy spent 10 seasons as a second baseman in Major League Baseball (MLB). He played 3 years with the California Angels and 7 years with the Boston Red Sox. Jerry Remy died on October 30, 2021 at the age of 68 after a long battle with lung cancer. Jerry Remy's net worth at the time of his death is estimated to be around $15 million.
Full Name Gerald Peter Remy
Birth Date November 8, 1952
Birth Place Fall River, Massachusetts, U. S.
Profession Sports Broadcaster
Wife Phoebe Remy
Net Worth $15 million
Died October 30, 2021

Early life

Jerry Remy (real name Gerald Peter Remy) was born on November 8, 1952 in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. He spent his childhood in nearby Somerset. For his studies, he entered Somerset High School. After graduating from high school, he enrolled at Roger Williams University.

Jerry began his playing career after being selected by the Washington Senators in the 1970 MLB Draft. Despite being selected by the Senators, he did not sign with the team. He was subsequently selected by the California Angels in the 1971 MLB Draft and, unlike his previous draft selection, he was ultimately selected a second time by the team.

Jerry Remy Net Worth and Career

In 1971 he began to play in the minor leagues. In fact, he played 4 seasons with the “Angel Farm” system. He played in 421 minor league baseball games in which he had 12 home runs and 152 RBIs with a .275 batting average. He reached the Major Leagues in 1975 and played in his first game with the California Angels on April 7, 1975. He appeared in 147 games as the runner-up for the California Angels, where he batted . .258.

Jerry was traded to the Boston Red Sox on December 8, 1977. In 1978, he was selected as a second baseman in the MLB AllStar Game. Jerry appeared in his 155-game career in 1982, where his batting average was .280. He kept up his consistency the following year, hitting .275 in 146 games. In 1984, Remy only played 30 games due to a knee injury.

Remy played 710 games in seven seasons with the Red Sox. In his 7 seasons with the Sox, he averaged .286 with 2 home runs, 211 RBI and 98 steals. He spent 10 years of his life playing Major League Baseball. During his 10-year MLB career, he played in 1,154 games with a .275 batting average. He also had 7 home runs, 329 RBIs, and 208 stolen bases.

Jerry found a new path after his career as a postplayer. He began broadcasting sports for the New England Sports Network (NESN). He served as a regular color commentator for Red Sox network broadcasts. During the 2001-2015 season, Remy worked alongside playbyplay announcer Don Orcillo. The duo also received 4 New England Emmy Awards. Since the beginning of the 2016 season, he has teamed up with new announcer Dave O’Brien.

Personal Life

Jerry Remy was married to Phoebe Remy. He married his wife Phoebe in 1974. Together they have three children named Jared, Jordan and Jenna. His eldest son, Jared, was arrested on August 16, 2013 for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death. On May 27, 2014, he pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Likewise, his youngest son, Jordan, tried to further his career by joining a professional baseball team. However, he did not play baseball professionally, although he was selected by the Red Sox in the 1999 MLB draft.

Jerry Remy died on the night of Sunday, October 30, 2021 at the age of 68, after a long battle with lung cancer. In November 2008, he underwent surgery to remove a small section of a cancerous lung. After recovering from surgery, he developed pneumonia and then suffered from pneumonia. In June 2017 he announced that his lung cancer had returned. On August 7, 2018, he announced his fourth cancer diagnosis. In early November 2018, he announced that he was cancer free.

Jerry Remy net worth

Jerry Remy has a combined net worth of $15 million from his career as a professional baseball and sports journalist. According to Celebrity Net Worth, his total earnings from professional baseball are $663,333.