Chris Oxspring

by John Max 08 Dec,2021
Chris Oxspring
Personal Info
  • Famous Name Chris Oxspring
  • Country Australia AU
Facts
  • Birth Name Chris Andrew Oxspring
  • Net Worth $0.5 million
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Birth Country Ipswich, Australia
  • Married to Mandy Oxspring
  • Famous Name Chris Oxspring
  • Children Three
  • Nationality Australian
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession Retired baseball player

Chris Oxspring is a retired Australian baseball player who pitched for various teams around the world. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB),  Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB),  Korea Baseball Organization, and  Australian Baseball League. 

Ipswich, Australia native, Chris Oxspring was born on 13th May 1977, under the star sign Taurus. The forty-four years old holds an Australian nationality and is of white ethnic background. 

How Much Is Chris Oxspring's Net Worth In 2021?

Chris Oxspring played professional baseball for MLB to KBO to NPB to Australian Baseball League a decade. He has summoned a decent sum of money throughout his career. His decade-long baseball career has summoned him to no less than $1 million. 

After retiring as a baseball player, he took his career path as a pitching coach for the Lotte Giants from 2016 to 2018. On 3rd December 2018, he quit the coaching job and returned to Australia. 

As of 2021, his net worth is estimated at $0.5 million. 

Is Chris Oxspring Married? 

Chris Oxspring is married to Mandy Oxspring. The couple shares three children: two daughters and a son. 

ChrisChris Oxspring with his wife and children SOURCE: Instagram @chrisox35

Oxspring often shares his family pictures on his Instagram. Scrolling through IG, it seems that the Oxspring family loves outings. 

Baseball Career

In 2006, Oxsprings signed to the Hanshin Tigers in Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB). 
On 15th December 2006, the Milwaukee Brewers offered a minor league contract to Oxspring.

On 10th July 2007, Brewers sold his contract to the LG Twins of the Korea Baseball Organization.

In the 2004 Olympics, Oxspring was a star for Australia,  pitching 2–0 with victory over both Japan, earning him a silver medal. 

On 8th December 2010, while Oxspring with Sydney, he agreed on a minor league deal with an invitation to Spring training with the Detroit Tigers.

In June 2011, Oxspring was released by Detroit after struggling for their AAA affiliate, the Toledo Mud Hens conceding a 6.53 ERA over 20.2 innings. After that, he struggled for their AAA affiliate, the Toledo Mud Hens conceding a 6.53 ERA over 20.2 innings. 

In the 2013 and 2014 seasons, he played in the Korea Baseball Organization for the Lotte Giants. The following season, he was with  KT Wiz of the Korea Baseball Organization. On 3rd October 2015, he played his final baseball game for the KT Wiz. 

After retiring as a baseball player, he took his career path as a pitching coach for the Lotte Giants from 2016 to 2018. On 3rd December 2018, he quit the coaching job and returned to Australia. 

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