Who is Woody Paige?
Woody Paige is an American journalist working at ESPN as a sports columnist for ‘The Gazette’, author as well as a regular panelist for a talk program called ‘Around the Horn’.
He is also a ‘Baseball Hall of Fame’ voter as well as a member of the ‘Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Woody Paige Age
Paige is 75 years old as of 2021. He was born on June 27, 1946, in the United States. He celebrates his birthday on June 27th every year.
Woody Paige Height and Weight
Paige stands at an average height and moderate weight. There is no information about his physical measurements however, this section is under review and shall be updated.
Woody Paige Education
Paige began writing for the Whitehaven Press while still in high school in 1963. Later, he attended the University of Tennessee and became a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity in 1964.
Woody Paige Parents
Paige was born and raised in the United States by his parents. However, he has not shared any information regarding his parents or childhood. This section however is under review and will be updated soon.
Woody Paige’s Wife, Children
Paige has not revealed information about his wife yet. It is also not known whether he has children or not. He has managed to live a private life away from the public and only shares information about his journalism work. Information about his relationship status will be updated soon.
Woody Paige Salary at ESPN
Rascon earns an annual salary of between $90k – $100 k. He has an estimated net worth of $300 k – $400k as a journalist.
- Age: 75 years
- Birthday: June 27
- Nationality: American
- Residence: USA
- Wife: N/A
- Occupation: sports columnist, author, and panelist
- Salary: $90k – $100 k
- Net Worth: $300 k – $400k
Woody Paige Career As a Journalist
Paige went on to write for the Knoxville Journal, The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, and the Rocky Mountain News in Denver after graduating from UT. He received an Accomplished Alumni award from the University of Tennessee in 2012.
Paige appears on ESPN’s Around The Horn as a panelist. He is both the show’s winningest and losingest panelist. In each part, he shows a chalkboard with a witty quip, such as “I’m chalk-bored.” He stated in July 2004 that he would be leaving the Post for a year to join ESPN2’s then-new Cold Pizza.
He appeared on the show in a section where he bantered with sports journalist Skip Bayless. During this time, Paige continued to contribute to Around the Horn. On November 28, 2006, he made his final appearance on Cold Pizza. Paige resigned from the Denver Post in 2016.