Kevin McClatchy Net Worth

Kevin McClatchy was born on January 13, 1963 in  Los Gatos, California, United States, is Actor. Born in Los Gatos, California, Kevin grew up in Havertown, Pennsylvania. He attended Washington and Lee University, where he majored in Journalism and was captain of the basketball team. After working for a sports marketing firm in Philadelphia, he quit his job and moved to New York to study acting. He studied with Wynn Handman and Greg Zittel. The first play he saw in New York was Lanford Wilson's "Burn This." That experience convinced Kevin that he had made the right career choice. He regularly returns to the theater and teaches acting as well. He and his wife Lisa have a daughter, Eirann Grace.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Day January 13, 1963
Birth Place  Los Gatos, California, United States
Birth Sign Libra
Occupation Entrepreneur
Known for Former owner of Pittsburgh Pirates Major League Baseball franchise

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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McClatchy was the leader and plurality investor in a group that paid $95 million ($153 million today) for the Pittsburgh Pirates in February 1996. McClatchy immediately assumed the posts of chief executive officer and managing general partner, which are the offices traditionally staffed directly by owners in Major League Baseball.


McClatchy is a member of Major League Baseball's executive council and the labor and international committees. At some point after 2005, which is not entirely known because the Pirates are a private corporation, G. Ogden Nutting and his family became the plurality and then majority owners in the franchise. Bob Nutting, Ogden's son, is now chairman of the board. The Nuttings, however, have consistently shied from the spotlight and allowed McClatchy to be the main or even sole voice of the ownership group.


In 2006, McClatchy speculated openly about resigning, possibly even selling the team, if the Pirates did not improve. He affirmed that he was frustrated with his own team, referencing popular and political complaints about the "promise" he made that the publicly funded PNC Park would provide the owners will all the resources they needed to field a winning team. On October 4, 2006, however, McClatchy announced that despite another losing season, he would remain in his offices, and made only a few minor personnel changes. On January 12, 2007, the Pirates announced that Robert Nutting would replace McClatchy as the Pirates principal owner. During McClatchy's reign as owner, the Pirates never achieved a winning season.


On July 6, 2007, it was announced that McClatchy would step down as CEO after the 2007 MLB season. On September 8, 2007, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reported that baseball executive Frank Coonelly will be hired by the Pirates to replace McClatchy as CEO. This report comes just one day after the Pirates fired General Manager Dave Littlefield. The hiring of Coonelly was announced September 13.


On September 22, 2012, McClatchy came out as gay in an interview with Frank Bruni of The New York Times.


As of 2013, McClatchy continues to live in the Pittsburgh suburb of Ligonier, Pennsylvania.