Steve Buckley Biography
Steve Buckley is a columnist and journalist from the United States. He presently works at The Athletic as a Senior Writer. He formerly worked for the Boston Herald as a sports columnist for nearly 24 years. Previous to that, he was the National Sports Daily’s Boston columnist and an ESPN2 contributor. His essays frequently employ historical viewpoints derived from a wide range of sources
. In 1993, he joined Boston Sports radio station WEEI and became a regular on The Big Show. He also appears on CSN New England’s New England Sports Tonight and WBZ-“Sports TV’s Final” regularly. He is a member of the American Baseball Writers Association.
Steve Buckley Age
Steve Buckley was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States on April 16, 1956. He is 66 years old.
Steve Buckley Height
Steve stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Steve Buckley Family
His parents raised him in Cambridge where he was born and raised. He has not made public any information about his parents or siblings.
Steve Buckley Partner
Steve is an openly gay man who resides in Somerville, Massachusetts. He announced a piece titled “Welcome to My Coming-Out Party” on January 6, 2011. It’s unclear if he’s currently dating, married, or single.
Steve Buckley Education
In 1975, Steve enrolled at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and graduated in 1978. Steve began his newspaper career after college with the Westfield Evening News.
Steve Buckley Salary
Steve receives an annual salary of $78,542.
Steve Buckley’s Net Worth
Steve’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Steve Buckley Career
Steve is a Senior Writer at The Athletic. He formerly worked as a sports columnist for the Boston Herald, which he joined in January 1995. Steve was previously the National Sports Daily’s Boston columnist and an ESPN2 contributor. He authored and produced I’ll Be Seeing You: An American Tale of WWII, a one-hour documentary for NECN in 1999.
He was frequently featured on NESN’s SportsDesk and won a New England Emmy in 1998 for a best sports feature. Steve has published countless pieces for Yankee Magazine, Boston Magazine, and other journals, as well as various books, in addition to his work. Red Sox: Where Have You Gone? was released in 2005.
In 2006, Steve co-authored The Greatest Boston Sports Debates with Jim Caple. His book Wicked Good Year documented the 2007 seasons of the Celtics, Red Sox, and Patriots. He worked as a sports analyst for the Boston Herald before joining The Athletic. He began working for the team in January 1995 and left in 2018. Earlier, he was the National Sports Daily’s Boston columnist and an ESPN2 contributor.
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