Talking about her personal life, Heidi Watney was once in a relationship with an American professional baseball pitcher Jacob Edward Peavy. The boyfriend and girlfriend dated each other for several months and eventually broke up. Later, in 2008, she was also found having a romantic love affair with another baseball player boyfriend, Jason Varitek; but their relationship also came to an end as they broke up.
At the start of 2009, Heidi was spotted with Nick Green. A few months later it was revealed that date each other as a loving couple. Nick Green is an American infielder and he is now a free agent. Like her previous relationship, his affair with Nick also ended with broke up.
Heidi Watney is currently living a happy married life with her husband Mike Wickham, who is one of the most blessed former baseball executives. The couple got married on 31 December 2014 and we don't see any divorce rumors of this couple. It is over three years of their marital relationship and the couple doesn't have any child.
The 36-year-old sportscaster Heidi grew up in Fresno; there she got enrolled at Clovis West High School. While she was in high school, she was active in hurdles, diving, gymnastics, and cheerleading. After she had received a National Merit Scholarship, she joined the University of San Diego. She finally completed her graduation from there in 2003 with honor.
Besides her academic excellence, she is also pretty in her looks. In 2002, she participated in the Miss California pageant as one of its contestants. At the end of this contest, she has announced the first runner-up of this beauty pageant.
Heidi began her professional career soon after she earned a degree from USD. Firstly, she joined ESPN Radio 1430 KFIG as a sports talk radio host. She also worked for KMPH-TV as its weekend sports anchor. Later on, she took the job of Boston Red Sox on-field reporter. The beautiful host also worked at The Red Sox Report and The Ultimate Red Sox Show on NESN in 2008.
At the end of 2011, she was named as the sideline reporter. In September 2012, she was hired by MLB Network. Currently, Heidi hosts MLB Network's show Quick Pitch, working since 2013. She has been earning a lucrative amount of salary, and her net worth is estimated to be more than $3 million.