|Date of Birth:||1991, December 5|
|Age:||27 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Name||Christian Stephen Yelich|
|Famous Name||Christian Yelich|
|Birth Place||Thousand Oaks|
|Currently Working For||MLB|
|Salary||$7 million (2018)|
|Net Worth||$13 million|
Christian Yelich is an American professional baseball infielder who currently plays for the Milwaukee Brewers of the Major League Baseball (MLB). He also participated and performed in the World Baseball Classic (2017) which was held in Los Angeles, United States. In the 2010 MLB draft, he was picked 23rd overall by the Miami Marlins and made his MLB debut in 2013.
Yelich has an estimated net worth of $13 million in 2018. He is believed to be unmarried as of date.
In 2016, Christian Yelich's salary was only $1 million but receives $7 million in 2018 which is double his salary in 2017. He has an estimated net worth of $13 million. As per the contract, his salary for the 2019 season is $9,750,000.
The baseball star, Christian Yelich is an inspiration for upcoming generations. He is popular on social networking sites. One can see his profiles on Twitter and Instagram.
Furthermore, detail info about his life and bio can be taken from wiki.
This popular baseball player has reached the age of 25 now. He just started his professional career. He has a successful future ahead. He has a perfect height of 6 feet and 4 inch, which is around 1.93m. His weight is 195lb.
When it comes to his private life, Yelich has not mentioned anything about his wife, affair, married, and, girlfriend. According to sources, he is not married. He might be in an affair. However, he has not mentioned it. He has not talked about his sexual orientation. His sexuality seemed to be straight.
In 2016, a Twitter user named RealMarlinsFan posted a photo in which a girl and a boy were involved in sexual activity. The user accused Yelich to be the boy in the video. Yelich later denied the claims and said:
"A false and defamatory video was tweeted about me the past 24hrs. It is 100% not me in the video. My attorneys are looking into it."
Christian Yelich has an extraordinary capability, fast reaction times, and focus and high visual acuity. He has a high degree of skill to perform well when he was in the ground.
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Christian Yelich was born on December 5, 1991, in Thousand Oaks, California, the United States to his parents Alecia Yelich and Stephen Yelich Jr. Regarding his nationality, he is American. His ethnicity is Serb/American, and his zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
Christian Yelich went to Westlake High School where he played baseball for his school team. Throughout his freshman year, he batted .373 with 25 hits and 16 strikeouts out of 67 at-bats.
In his sophomore year, his games improved and batted .341 with 31 hits. During the junior year, he batted 489, hit 46 times, and struck out in six times. He also played outstandingly well in his senior year
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Upon successfully completing high school career, Christian Yelich offered a scholarship to play baseball at the collegiate level for the Miami Hurricanes baseball team.
However, the Marlins picked him in 23rd overall in the 2010 Major League Baseball draft and agreed to a $1.7 million contract. He started his minor league with Gulf Coast League Marlins. Upon playing with Gulf, he played for Greensboro Grasshoppers.
On July 23, 2013, Christian Yelich was called up for the major league. He had a fantastic season in 2014. He batted .284 with 21 steals out of the leadoff spot for the Marlins. At such a young age, he also managed to win a Gold Glove Award.
On April 23, 2016, he hit three doubles against San Francisco Giants. He was used as a starting outfielder alongside Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna. Yelich took the position of Ozuna after Giancarlo was on DL and Ichiro Suzuki was unavailable.
Through May 3, 2017, his record includes batting average (.292), HR (45), RBI (230), Stolen Bases (59), On-base percentage (.365).
Yelich joined Milwaukee Brewers in January 2018 and was also included into the 2018 MLB All-Star Game. He also went on to replace Matt Kemp in an 8–6 extra-inning loss to the American League.