- Date of Birth
- Age 47 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Brandon Michael Hyde
- Birth Place Santa Rosa, California
- Famous Name Brandon Hyde
- Horoscope Libra
- Net Worth $2 million
- Position in Team Manager
- Current team Baltimore Orioles
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Baseball Manager
- Currently Working For Baltimore Orioles
- University attended California State University
- School attended Montgomery High School, Santa Rosa Junior College
- Currently Married yes
- Married to Lisa
- Children 3
Brandon Hyde is an American baseball manager for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball (MLB). Previously, he worked as the bench coach, director of player development, and first base coach for the Chicago Cubs. Moreover, he also worked as a bench coach and interim manager for the Florida Marlins.
As per the reports, Brandon has an estimated net worth over $2 million. Moreover, he is married to his wife, Lisa and shares three daughters with her. To know more about Brandon's salary, personal life, and professional career, read this bio until the end.
Brandon Hyde Earnings; How much is his Net Worth?
As of 2019, Bradon is reported to have a net worth over $2 million which is solely generated from his professional career. Furthermore, the details about his salary are not in the media yet; however, the baseball managers are expected to earn between $1 million to $6 million, depending upon the manager's experience and achievements.
As of 2019, the highest-paid manager in MLB is Joe Maddon of the Chicago Cubs who receives $6,000,000 as an annual salary. Similarly, some of the other best-paid managers are Bruce Bochy, Mike Scioscia, and Buck Showalter having an annual salary of $6,000,000, $6,000,000, and $3,500,000 respectively. Besides, MLB doesn't disclose about the wages of managers, and the above estimated is collected from the different online sources.
Besides, Brandon is one the experienced manager of MLB and with the references and assumptions, we can conclude that Brandon might be earning a significant amount of money as a salary from Chicago Cubs. Likewise, the details about Brandon's career earnings, property valuations, and assets are not in the media yet.
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Is Brandon Hyde Married? Know about his Wife and Children
Yes, Brandon belongs to the married club, and as of now, he is enjoying a blissful marital relationship with his wife, Lisa.
Also, the couple is the parent of 3 adorable children, daughters, Aria and Addison, and son, Colton. Further exploring more about the duo's children, their daugther Aria and Addison attended Long Beach State University (CA) and St. Mary's College (CA). Similarly, their son, Colton, attended Santa Rosa Junior College (CA).
Moreover, the details about the couple's relationship history and wedding details are not in the media yet. However, the lovebirds are never involved in the news regarding divorce or separation in recent time. Besides, Brandon has maintained his life low profiled and doesn't speak much about his matter in the media.
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To date, we have very few information about his matter, but undoubtedly, we will come up with every detail in the future. Make sure you visit us frequently as we will come up with information about his personal life very soon.
Brandon Hyde Early Life, Bio, Family, and Childhood
Brandon was born on October 3, 1973, in Santa Rosa, California, and the details about his parents are not in the media yet. Moreover, Brandon's birth suggests that he is an American native and belongs to the ethnic group of white. Also, Hyde was born under the star sign, Libra.
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Talking about Brandon's education, he graduated from Montgomery High School in 1992. Later, he enrolled at Santa Rosa Junior College and California State University. Moreover, he also played college-level baseball, representing Long Beach State Dirtbags.
Brandon Hyde Professional Career
As of 2019, Brandon serves as a manager for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball (MLB). Previously, he worked as the bench coach, director of player development, and first base coach for the Chicago Cubs.
Moreover, he also worked as a bench coach and interim manager for the Florida Marlins. In his coaching career, one of his notable achievement is he became World Series champion in 2016.