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|Fact||Longtime sports writer for the Minneapolis Star & Tribune.|
Sidney “Sid” Hartman (born March 15, 1920) is an American sportswriter. He has been a columnist for the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, Minnesota, since 1945. He is also a radio and television personality, and has been a panelist on WCCO-AM’s Sports Huddle since 1961.
Hartman was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the son of Jewish immigrants from Russia. His father, Max, was a tailor, and his mother, Sarah, was a homemaker. He has two older sisters, Lillian and Dorothy. Hartman grew up in Saint Paul’s Rondo neighborhood, and attended Central High School.
Hartman began his career as a sports reporter for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press in 1939. He joined the Minneapolis Star in 1945, and became a columnist in 1947. He has been a panelist on WCCO-AM’s Sports Huddle since 1961.
Hartman is the author of several books, including Sid Hartman’s Gopher Basketball History (1979), and has been inducted into the Minnesota Newspaper Hall of Fame and the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
Hartman has been married three times. His first wife was Lois Levy, with whom he had two children, David and Nancy. His second wife was Rachel Levin, with whom he had two children, Steven and Amy. Hartman has eight grandchildren. He currently resides in Edina, Minnesota.
Hartman’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. He earns a salary of $1 million per year from his column in the Star Tribune, and an additional $500,000 from his radio and television appearances.
|Full Name||Sid Hartman|
|1||Longtime sports writer for the Minneapolis Star & Tribune.|
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