- Date of Birth
- Age 29 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Cory Joseph Spangenberg
- Birth Place Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania
- Famous Name Cory Spangenberg
- Horoscope Pisces
- Father Ken Spangenberg
- Mother Lynne Spangenberg
- Net Worth $3,000,000
- Salary $1,200,000
- Past Team San Diego Padres
- Siblings Zach, Heather and Kenny
- Date DEC 20 2018
- Contract 1 year $1.2 million
- Career Earnings $5,210,702
- Height 1.83 m
- Position in Team Second baseman
- No. of Siblings 3
- Current team Milwaukee Brewers
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Baseball
- Currently Working For Milwaukee Brewers
- Married to Julie Spangenberg
Cory Spangenberg is an American professional Baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Cory Spangenberg currently plays for the Milwaukee Brewers as their Second baseman. Additionally, Cory Spangenberg has played for San Diego Padres previously.
As a Second baseman, Cory Spangenberg reportedly earns around $1,200,000 as his yearly salary from Milwaukee BrewersFurther, Cory Spangenberg has an estimated net worth of over $3,000,000.
As per his relationship status, Spangenberg is married to his beautiful wife, Julie Spangenberg.
Cory Spangenberg Married to his Wife, Julie Spangenberg
According to the sources, Cory Spangenberg is married to his beautiful wife, Julie Umerich. The couple tied the knot in January 2018.
Both the couple are from Abington Heights and has been dating each other for quite a long time.
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Cory and Julie knew each other through Julie's brother Mike who also was Cory's tag-team partner during PIAA Class 3ABaseball Championship in 2009.
Who is Julie Umerich?
Cory Spangenberg's wife Julie, a native of Abington Heights, is an all-star outfielder for the softball team. There are no details about her except the fact that her brother Mike is a baseball player.
Height and Weight of Cory Spangenberg
Talking about his body structure, the famous MLB star is 1.83 m in height and weighs around 88 kg.
How much is Cory Spangenberg's Net Worth in 2019
Cory Spangenberg has an estimated net worth of over $3,000,000 in 2019 and his salary for the current season is expected to be around $2 million.
Spangenberg reportedly signed a 1 year/ $1.2 million contract, including $1,200,000 guaranteed with Milwaukee Brewers on December 20, 2018.
Further, the MLB player has an average salary of $1,200,000 annually while Ryan Braun is the highest earner of the team with an annual salary of $18,000,000.
Cory Spangenberg so far has made earnings of $5,210,702 from his entire MLB career.
Some of the details about his contract and cash earnings, including bonus and incentives:
|2011||San Diego Padres||$1,863,000|
|2014||San Diego Padres||$76,502|
|2015||San Diego Padres||$508,500|
|2016||San Diego Padres||$517,700|
|2017||San Diego Padres||$545,000|
|2018||San Diego Padres||$1,700,000|
Further, as per his recent contract, Spangenberg will earn a base salary of $1,200,000 in 2019, while carrying $1,200,000 as a total salary.
Cory Spangenberg Contract Details
- Drafted by San Diego (SD): Round 1 (#10 overall) on June 6, 2011.
- Signed a contract with San Diego (SD) on June 10, 2011.
- Signed a 1 year $508,500 contract with San Diego (SD) on March 10, 2015.
Signed a 1 year $517,700 contract with San Diego (SD) on March 4th, 2016.
- signed a 1 year $545,000 contract with San Diego (SD) on February 14, 2017.
- Signed a 1 year $1.7 million contract with San Diego (SD), avoiding arbitration on January 12, 2018.
- Signed a 1 year $1.2 million contract with Milwaukee (MIL) on December 20, 2018.
Cory Spangenberg Childhood, Early Life, and Bio
Cory Spangenberg was born on March 16, 1991, in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania to parents Ken Spangenberg and Lynne Spangenberg. As per his nationality, he is American and belongs to the White ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Pisces. He grew up along with his siblings, Zach, Heather, and Kenny.
He led the Abington Heights Comets varsity baseball team during his senior year to a state championship of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Class AAA. In 2010, Spangenberg attended the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) and played VMI Keydets college baseball. He was named the freshman of the year for the Big South Conference.
Cory Spangenberg Started Playing For San Diego In 2011.
In the first round, with the 10th overall selection, the San Diego Padres selected Spangenberg from the 2011 MLB Draft. The Padres on September 1, 2014, promoted Spangenberg to the Major Leagues.
In 2015, Spangenberg made the Opening Day roster for the Padres as a bench player, making occasional second and third appearances. By June 2015, Spangenberg started to gain playing time due to Jedd Gyorko's struggles.