Grandson of former Dartmouth College professor Richard Eberhart, Benjamin Cherington completed his elementary education from Lebanon High School before enrolling at Amherst College. At Lebanon, he played baseball for the varsity baseball team as a pitcher. Likewise, he was a fragment of the Gramma chapter of Psi Upsilon fraternity at Amherst.
After graduation from the Amherst College, Ben then joined the University of Massachusetts Amherst and completed a masters degree in Sports Management. After gaining interesting skills on sports, Ben joined the American professional baseball team, Boston Red Sox after he was hired by club's general manager, Dan Duquette.
Firstly, Benjamin served the team as baseball coordinator of international scouting, operations assistant, and then as an assistant director. Ben had lots of hurdles throughout his Red Sox career, but he tackled it without giving up.
After serving approximately for 17 years, Ben decided to work for American baseball team Toronto Blue Jays after he was hired as the vice-president of baseball operations. Since then, he has been working for the team.
Moving towards his personal life, Benjamin married to marketing executive Tyler Tumminia at Brooklyn Borough Hall. The husband and wife have two daughters.
Prior to Tyler, he married to ESPN reporter Wendi Nix but separated two years before his second marriage. Benjamin also has children from his first relation, the detailed profile of them are not available in media and web.
Currently, Vice President of Toronto Blue Jays is living a happy life with his spouse and children. Besides that, he has not involved in any extramarital affairs.
Knowing about his economic aspects, Ben Cherington earns a good amount of money from his baseball career. Although the exact figure of his net worth and salary are under review, looking towards to his lavish life he must be making no less than million dollars.