|Date of Birth:||1995, February 3|
|Age:||25 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Andrew Robert Knizner|
|Birth Place||Glen Allen, Virginia|
|Famous Name||Andrew Knizner|
|Contract||1 year / $555,000|
|Position in Team||Catcher|
|Current team||St. Louis Cardinals|
|Currently Working For||St. Louis Cardinals|
|University attended||North Carolina State University|
|School attended||Hanover High School|
|Affair with||Ally Rahn|
Andrew Knizner is an American professional baseball player who plays as a Catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball (MLB). Moreover, he was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2016 MLB draft as a seventh-round selection. Additionally, Andrew made his MLB debut on June 2, 2019, playing for the St. Louis Cardinals.
As of 2019, Andrew has an estimated net worth over $500,000 which is entirely earned form his playing career. Also, he has accumulated $740,300 as career earnings, playing single season in MLB. Besides, Knizner is in a romantic relationship with his girlfriend, Ally Rahn.
Andrew who has been playing baseball since his childhood has an estimated net worth over $500,000. Also, he has accumulated $740,300 as career earnings, playing single season in MLB. As of now, he is reported to be earning $555,000 as a base salary.
As per his contract with Cardinals, he is signed 1 year / $555,000 deal which includes $555,000 as a guaranteed amount. Furthermore, he earned $185,300 as a signing bonus in 2016. Similarly, Andrew is expected to receive $555,000 as a base salary while carrying a total salary of $555,000 on 2019.
Also, his adjusted salary is around $217,832 in 2019. Moreover, he has posted a picture of his car on his Instagram account but has never mentioned the deatils about it.
Besides, Knizner is the 35th best apid player of the St. Louis Cardinals whereas the top earners of the team are Yadier Molina and Dexter Fowler, having an annual average salary of $20,000,000 and $16,500,000 respectively. Likewise, Andrew is one of the least paid players of MLB in 2019 while Clayton Kershaw and Miguel Cabrera are the among the top-paid player with an annual salry of $31,000,000 and $30,000,000 respectively.
In addition, the information regarding Andrew's endorsement earning, property valuations and valuable assets are not in the media yet. Furthermore, the lifestyle Andrew is living certainly suggests that he has collected a massive fortune from his MLB career. Besides, Andrew's entire source of income is completely dependent on his professional career.
Andrew is enjoying a romantic relationship with his stunning girlfriend, Ally Rahn. Although there isn't any information about their relationship history, their age suggests that they might be a high school sweetheart.
The lovebird is enjoying a smooth relationship as they often post a picture of eachother in their social account.
Despite being in a relationship, the couple hasn't decided to take their relationship to the next level, ie to exchange their marital vows.
Well, we are always keeping an eye on Andrew's personal life and undoubtedly, come up with all the information as soon as they decide to get married.
Ally Rahn is a stunning girlfriend of the famous MLB player Andrew Knizner. Moreover, the famous stud is Cheerleader of the Miami Dolphins.
As per her Instagram bio, she previously worked as an intern for Varsity Spirit.
Andrew stands in the height of 1.85 m (6 feet) and weighs around 102 kg.
Andrew was born on February 3, 1995, in Glen Allen, Virginia. He is an American by birth and belongs to the white ethnicity. Also, Knizner was born under the star sign, Aquarius.
Talking about his early career, attended Hanover High School in Mechanicsville, Virginia where is began his professional baseball career. After graduating from high school, he attended North Carolina State University where he played for the team, NC State Wolfpack.
As of 2019, Andrew plays as a Catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball (MLB). Moreover, he was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2016 MLB draft as a seventh-round selection.
Additionally, Andrew made his MLB debut on June 2, 2019, playing for the St. Louis Cardinals. He recorded his first major league hit, a double, against the Pittsburgh Pirates' Chris Archer on July 17.