How much the highest-paid sports broadcasters make

[post_page_title]Michael Kay[/post_page_title]
Income: $2 million
Net worth: $3 million
Back in 1982, Michael Kay worked at the New York Post writing general sports-related assignments. Little did he know that he would go on to become the New York Yankees’ lead television play-by-play announcer and TV broadcaster.

Michael Kay

As the host of CenterStage on the YES Network and the host of his own radio show on WEPN-FM, New York Yankees fans will likely have seen or heard Michael Kay – a lot! His combined announcement and sports broadcasting work reportedly brings in around $2 million a year.

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