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Who is Daniel Vogelbach?
Daniel Taylor Vogelbach is a professional American eminent baseball first baseman for the New York Mets of MLB (Major League Baseball). He was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the second round of the 2011 MLB draft. In July 2016, she was traded to the Seattle Mariners and made his MLB debut with them two months later. Moreover, he has played in MLB for the Toronto Blue Jays, Milwaukee Brewers, and Pittsburgh Pirates.
How Old Is Daniel Vogelbach?
He is 29 years old as of July 2022, having been born on December 17, 1992, in Orlando, Florido, U.S. Daniel shares his birthdate with celebrities such as; Ian Jeffrey, Manu Ríos, Josie Alesia, Sarah Paulson, Cora Tilley, and many more.
Daniel Vogelbach Family
Who are Daniel Vogelbach Parents?
He was born to Dan Vogelbach (Father) and Jennie Vogelbach (Mother).
Does Daniel Vogelbach have Siblings?
He has two siblings, an elder brother by the name of Josh Vogelbach and a younger sister by the name of Sarah Vogelbach.
Daniel Vogelbach Education
He received his high school education at Bishop Verot High School. After high school, he attended the University of Florida.
Daniel Vogelbach Marital Status
He is engaged to his girlfriend Kristina Russii.
Daniel Vogelbach Kids
He does not have any kids currently. In case there is new news regarding this matter, we will update it here as soon as possible.
Daniel Vogelbach Career
An Amateur Career
While attending the University of Florida, as a senior, he had a .551 batting average with nine home runs and was The News-Press All-Area Baseball Player of the Year.
A Professional Career
A Career with Chicago Cubs
He was selected by the Chicago Cubs in the second round of the 2011 MLB draft. And made his professional debut with the Arizona League Cubs. In six games, he had a .292 average with one home run in 24 at-bats. He started the 2012 season with the Arizona League Cubs and was promoted to the Boise Hawks during the season. Overall, he finished the season with a slash line of .322/.410/.641 with 17 home runs and 62 runs batted in over 245 at-bats in 61 games.
The next year in 2013, he started the season with the Kane County Cougars and was promoted to the Daytona Cubs near the end of the season. Thus he finished the year with a .284/.375/.449 slash line with 19 home runs over 483 at-bats in 131 games. Before the 2014 season, he lost over 30 pounds (14kg) to help him improve his defense and escape being labeled a “designated-hitter-only”. In 2014, he batted .268 for the Daytona Cubs. Next, he played for the Tennessee Smokies of the Class AA Southern League in 2015. The next year, he began the season with the Iowa Cubs of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League (PCL)
A Career with the Seattle Mariners
The Cubs traded Daniel and Paul Blackburn to the Seattle Mariners on July 20, 2016, for Mike Montogomery and Jordan Pries. The Mariners assigned him to the Tacoma Rainiers of the PCL and on September 12, he was promoted to the major leagues. That night, he made his major league debut as a pinch-hitter against the Los Angeles Angels grounding into a fielder’s choice in his first at-bat. He got the first hit of his MLB career the next night recording a single to right in his third plate appearance. In 2016 he accrued a .083/.154/.183 slash line in 8 games.
When playing for the Tacoma Rainiers, he hit .290 with 17 home runs and 83 RBI in 2017. Moreover, he participated in the Triple-A home run derby. That year also in August, he was called up to the major leagues. During MLB 2017, he slashed .214/.290/.250 in 28 at-bats. The Mariners announced on March 25, 2019, that Daniel had made their Opening Day roster. Overall that year, he had a slash line of .208/.341/.439 with 30 home runs and 76 RBIs. He went on to represent the Mariners in the 2019 MLB All-Star Game on July 9. On August 19, 2020, he was designated for assignment by the Mariners after he began the season batting 5-for-53 (0.94) in 18 games. Overall in his time with Seattle, he batted .196 with 36 home runs and 95 RBIs in 223 games.
A Career with the Toronto Blue Jays
The Toronto Blue Jays acquired Daniel on August 23, 2020, for cash considerations. On September 1, 2020, he was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays. At the time of his designation, he only had 4 hitless at-bats for the Blue Jays.
A Career with the Milwaukee Brewers
He was claimed off waivers by the Milwaukee Brewers on September 3, 2020. With the 2020 Brewers in 19 games, he slashed .328/.418/.569 with four home runs. He returned to the Brewers for 2021. However, he was placed on the 10-day injured list on June 23, with a hamstring strain, and was transferred to the 60-day injured list on August 22. and was activated on September 1. Overall the 2021 season, he slashed .219/.349/.381 with 9 home runs and 24 RBIs in 93 games. On November 30, he was non-tendered by the Brewers making him a free agent.
A Career with the Pittsburgh Pirates
Daniel signed a one-year contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates on March 15, 2022. In 75 games with the Pirates, he batted .228 with 12 home runs and 34 RBIs.
A Career with the New York Mets
The Pirates traded Daniel to the New York Mets on July 22, 2022, for Colin Holderman. On July 24, he made his first appearance with the Mets going 1-for-3 with a walk.
Daniel Vogelbach Height and Measurements
Adding up to his well-built body is a height of 6ft 0inches (1.83) and a weight of 122kg (268lbs).
Daniel Vogelbach Salary and Net Worth
He has a salary of $800,000 and has an estimated net worth of over $2 million.