Lauren Shehadi of the MLB wears a gleaming ring on her ring finger in 2018, engaged, married, or single?
- Feet (Shoe) Size 11 (US)
- Lesbian No
- Date of Birth May 23, 1983
- Age 38 Years, 6 Months
- Nationality American
- Birth Place McLean, Virginia, United States
- Profession Sportscaster
- Career 2007–present
- Relationship Status Single(2019)
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
- Ethnicity/Race Mixed
- High School Langley High School
- College University of Florida
- Height/ How Tall? 5 feet 8 inches
- Weight 57 Kg
- Hair Long
- Hair Color Black
- Eye Color Dark Brown
- Children/Kids Not Yet
Lauren Shehadi, an American sportscaster, had kept her personal life quiet until one day she accidently spilled the beans, and fans finally connected the dots.
She currently co-hosts MLB Central with Mark DeRosa, a 16-year MLB veteran who is now a sports commentator, and American sports journalist Robert Flores. The show features breaking baseball news, in-depth analysis with special guests, and entertaining on-field highlights.
As a sportscaster for the Major League Baseball (MLB) network, the 35-year-old Virginia native has acquired notoriety. She has spent the last seven years of her career hosting and reporting for Major League Baseball.
Her expert reporting and all-pervasive charm have made her a fan favorite among the network’s viewers.
That’s why she was nominated for Playboy’s “Sexiest Sportscaster” category in 2010, along with Molly Sullivan, Bonnie Bernstein, Charissa Thompson, and Erin Andrews.
Erin Andrews took the title and won the competition out of all the gorgeous contenders.
Lauren Shehadi’s bio includes: mixed ethnicity, age, and gender
On May 23, 1983, in McLean, Virginia, the MLB sportscaster was born. She is of mixed race, with part Lebanese and part American ancestors. In 2013, she stated that her last name originated in Lebanon in response to a fan’s enquiry on Twitter.
In 2001, she graduated from Langley High School with a high school diploma. She went to the University of Florida after graduation. There, she was introduced to the world of sports journalism.
Shehadi hosted an online web show called GatorZone while in college, where she covered the University of Florida’s football team, the Florida Gators.
It wasn’t her college that encouraged her to pursue a career as a sportscaster. From a young age, she was destined to work in the sports world. At the age of 12, she became enamored with baseball.
Lauren Discovers Her True Calling on MLB Network Before joining MLB Network in 2012
She worked as a weekend sports anchor for KXMC-TV in Minot, North Dakota, where she attended the University of Florida.
Later, as a reporter and anchor for CBS Sports Network & CBSSports.com, she hosted the ATL games, The SEC Tailgate Show, and Fantasy Football Today.
She also contributed to the 2011 College World Series Home Run Derby in Omaha for the reputable network. She worked as a producer at SNN-Channel 6 in Sarasota, Florida, and behind-the-scenes at Comcast Sportsnet Washington before to joining CBS.
She was paired with Matt Yallof as the host of MLB Network’s The Rundown. Kelly Nash, an American sports broadcaster, took over as the show’s host in 2015.
She hosted The Podium, a collaborative venture between NBC Sports Group and Vox Media, in January 2018, which covered the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Is Lauren engaged or married? What is the name of your husband?
Lauren’s followers have been talking about her love life for years, despite the fact that she is very quiet about her personal life.
So when she shared a selfie of herself on Instagram on February 9, 2018, supporting a non-profit called Project Sunshine, her followers were quick to spot a lovely gemstone on her left hand ring finger. It didn’t take long for them to start speculating that she had gotten engaged.
Lauren is depicted wearing a ring on her left ring finger in an Instagram post from February 9, 2018 (Photo: Lauren Shehadi’s Instagram) Masked With Ring!
A admirer who claimed to have been irritated after seeing her flaunt the ‘potential engagement ring’ asked her if she had married four days prior to the post.
The MLB sportscaster, on the other hand, has failed to comment on the rumors, leaving her fans more worried than before.
But she made it plain that she was engaged in some way. She was seen wearing the same ring on her engagement finger even after three months of speculation due to the engagement ring in February.
The ring was seen again when she shared a video on Instagram on May 23 in which she was interviewing Giancarlo Stanton, the designated hitter for the New York Yankees.
Aside from that, she has a few of more videos on her Instagram page in which she shows off her engagement ring.
Whether she’s married or engaged, one thing is certain: her spouse will be the envy of baseball fans all over the world, and with good reason. Unless she keeps her fiancé, boyfriend, or husband in the dark about her relationship status.