Lou Merloni Biography

(Baseball Analyst, Former Baseball Player)

Lou Merloni is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) player who at present works as a radio personality.

More about the relationship

Lou Merloni is a married man. He is married to Steffanie Merloni. The couple met when Steffanie was a single mom and was working hard to raise her child, Kayla, who was 15 at the time. The pair started dating and later decided to get married.

The lovely couple exchanged wedding vows on November 3, 2007. From their marriage, the couple has one child, their son, Mason.

Relationship Facts of Lou Merloni

  • Lou Merloni is married to Steffanie Merloni.
  • Lou Merloni married on November 03, 2007.
  • 💑 Anniversary in 123 days 💑
  • He is father of One(Mason).
  • Lou Merloni is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

Who is Lou Merloni?

Lou Merloni is an American former Major League Baseball(MLB) player. Currently, he is a radio personality. He is best known as a former Boston Red Sox player.

Merloni started working as a color commentator in 2013. He gained huge attention in 2009 when he claimed that the Boston Red Sox had a doctor brief their players on how to correctly use steroids.

Lou Merloni: Age, Parents, Siblings, Family, Childhood, Ethnicity

Lou Merloni was born Louis William “Lou” Merloni on April 6, 1971, in Framingham, Massachusetts. As of 2020, his age is 48.

He was born to his parents, Lou(father) and Sandy Merloni(mother), and has two elder sisters, Jill and Lisa. He spent his childhood days with his family in Framingham.

His ancestry is Italian.

Education: School/College, University

Talking about his education, he graduated from Framingham South High School in 1989. Following that, he joined Providence College.

Lou Merloni: Professional Life, Career

The Boston Red Sox drafted Merloni on June 6th in the tenth round of the 1993 free-agent draft. After a good start to the 1998 season in Pawtucket, Meloni was called up to the majors as an infielder.

In his debut at-bat for the Boston Red Sox, he hit a 3-run homer on a 3-2 pitch count. In 1999, Meloni played for the Boston outfit for some time, but he was demoted to the PawSox.

On November 22, 199 Lou’s contract was purchased by Japan’s Yokohama Bay Stars. However, they were disappointed with his performance and was kept on the bench for most of the season. He asked to be released and ended up in Pawtucket. In August of 2000, the Red Sox called him up.

Merloni was still in Pawtucket in 2001. He was called up to the majors on his birthday but not for long. He played for the Cleveland Indians in 2006 and the Oakland Athletics in 2007.

Currently, he is the co-host of Ordway, Merloni & Fauria on WEEI 93.7FM and an NBC Sports Baseball Analyst.

Lou Merloni: Net Worth, Salary

Lou Merloni has an estimated net worth of around $2 million. He was last under contract in 2005. He had a 1-year package worth $500,000. In 2002, he earned $300,000, $600,000 in 2003, $600,000 in 2004, and around $500,000 in 2005.

Steroid Controversy

On May 9, 2009, on WEEI’s The Baseball Show, Lou claimed that the Boston Red Sox had a doctor teach the players how to correctly use steroids.

He claimed that the doctor did not encourage players to use steroids but taught them how to use them if they did use them. However, he could not remember the doctor’s name or the year.

Former Red Sox General Manager Dan Duquette was quick to refuse this. Former Red Sox player, Troy O’Leary also denied this. However, Peter Gammons, a baseball analyst claimed that an unnamed player also said it was true.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

Merloni stands at a height of around 5 feet 10 inches. Similarly, he weighs around 90 kg. He has black hair and dark-brown hair.

Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Meloni is active on social media. He is not active on Facebook and Instagram but is active on Twitter. His Twitter account has around 87.6k followers.


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