Jessica Mendoza is an athlete who was born in Camarillo, California, United States in 11/11/1980 and is now 43 years old. Jessica Mendoza has a net worth of $2 Million.
What is Jessica Mendoza Net Worth?
Jessica Mendoza's net worth is 2 Million.
How old is Jessica Mendoza?
Jessica Mendoza is 43 years old.
What is Jessica Mendoza Birthday?
Jessica Mendoza's birthday is 11/11/1980.
What is Jessica Mendoza Zodiac Sign?
Jessica Mendoza's zodiac sign is Scorpius.
What is Jessica Mendoza's Real Birth Name?
Jessica Mendoza's real birth name is Jessica Ofelia Mendoza.
Where is Jessica Mendoza's Birthplace?
Jessica Mendoza's birthplace is Camarillo, California, United States.
How Tall is Jessica Mendoza?
Jessica Mendoza height is 5'9'' (175.26 cm).
What is Jessica Mendoza Nationality?
Jessica Mendoza nationality is United States.
What are Jessica Mendoza's Professions?
Jessica Mendoza's professions are Former Softball Player, Sportscaster.
Who is Jessica Mendoza's Spouse(s)?
Adam Burks (m. 2006)
Who is Jessica Mendoza?
Jessica Ofelia Mendoza (born November 11, 1980) is an American sportscaster and former softball player. Currently, she serves as a color commentator and analyst for ESPN’s coverage of Major League Baseball and Los Angeles Dodgers coverage on Spectrum SportsNet LA. As a softball outfielder, Mendoza was a collegiate four-time First Team All-American and two-time Olympic medalist. Mendoza played from 1999 to 2002 at Stanford and was a member of the United States women’s national softball team from 2004 to 2010. She won a gold medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens and a silver medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. She played professionally in National Pro Fastpitch and was named 2011 Player of the Year and currently ranks in the top 10 for career batting average and slugging percentage. She was an analyst on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball from 2016 to 2019. She was dropped from the Sunday Night Baseball broadcast after the 2019 season but remains an ESPN baseball analyst. Mendoza was named by fans and experts to the Greatest College Softball Team as an outfielder, one of only three to achieve the honor.