Steve Sax’s baseball career spanned 18 years.
He is a five-time All-Star player. He was named “National League Rookie of the Year” in 1982.
Steve played second base for the Los Angeles Dodgers until 1988. During his years with the team, the Dodgers won two World Series. He then played for the New York Yankees, the Chicago White Sox and Oakland A’s.
Steve retired from baseball in 1994. Steve went on to be a commentator on ESPN and a Major League baseball analyst for Fox Sports’ Prime Time.
Steve has theatrical credits as well. He has appeared as a guest star on several television shows including, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Naked Truth, Good Morning America, Howard Stern, Hannity and Combs, and Who’s the Boss?. He appeared as a characterization of himself on The Simpsons and was a guest on Late Night with David Letterman. He had a recurring role on Aaron Spelling’s Sunset Beach and completed a supporting role with Keifer Sutherland in the feature film, Ground Control.
He published an article in the Wall Street Journal on personal responsibility and self reliance. This article was recognized by The President of the United States for its candid and thoughtful remarks regarding character building in our children.
Steve was born January 29, 1960 in Sacramento, California, and has been a Northern California resident most of his life.
Steve is the author of the book Shift, a motivational and inspirational book that outlines action steps to change your mindset and to become a success.
Steve has two children, Lauren and John.