Dallas Keuchel

John Max 31 May,2018

Facts of Dallas Keuchel

Birth Name
Dallas Keuchel
Famous Name
Dallas Keuchel
Affair with
Mackenzie Valk


Career & Net worth

$13.2 Million
Net Worth
$18 Million
Currently Club
Houston Astros


Affair with
Mackenzie Valk

A left-handed starting pitcher, Dallas Keuchel is an American professional baseball player who is currently a free agent. He played six seasons for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball (MLB), wearing the jersey No. 60. He was drafted in the seventh round of 2009 MLB Draft by Astros.


Keuchel played college baseball for the University of Arkansas and high school baseball for Bishop Kelly High School. His net worth in 2019 is reported to be $13.2 million.

Dallas Keuchel's Net Worth and Endorsement

As of 2019, his net worth is estimated to be around $18 million. While playing with the Houston Astros, his annual salary was $13.2 million in 2018. His total career earnings are reported to be $31,707,680 from salary so far.

His salary with Astros till the date.





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Dallas Keuchel has earned his wealth widely through his professional baseball career. As per now, his main source of income is his basketball career as he has not disclosed information regarding any income generating business of him.


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Apart, he owns few lists of world luxury cars including Spyker C8, Range Rover, Mercedes Benz, Ferrari, and Lamborghini. Currently, he resides in a $2.1 million lavish mansion in Texas.

Personal Life of Dallas Keuchel

Currently, Dallas Keuchel is involved in a romantic relationship with Mackenzie Valk who is a New York-based sales manager at Rawlings Golden Sport originally from Camp Hill Pennsylvania. 

Mackenzie is a 2010 graduate with Bachelor of Arts degree in Fashion Merchandise from the Fashion Institute of Technology and previously worked as an account executive at Valentino. She also served as managing director at Mi Piaci.

Despite a long distance relationship, his lady, Valk often travels to see Dallas Play when she has free time.

It seems that the duo is pretty serious in their relationship and might take their relationship next level some day.

Early Life of Dallas Keuchel

Dallas Keuchel was born on 1st of January 1988, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to father, Dennis Keuchel, and mother, Teresa Keuchel. His star sign is Capricorn. By nationality, he is an American and is of white ethnicity. He has a sister named Krista Keuchel.

Keuchel enrolled at Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he initially began his baseball career. Upon graduation, he joined the University of Arkansas and started playing college baseball for the Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team. During his freshman year, he recorded a 5.88 ERA and $.58 ERA in his second season. As a junior, he registered a 3.92 ERA.

Dallas Keuchel's Professional Career

Minor League

In the 2009 MLB Draft, Dallas Keuchel was selected in the 7th round by the Houston Astros. He signed with Astros and began his professional career playing in the minor leagues with Tri-City ValleyCats, Lancaster JetHawks, Corpus Christi Hooks, and Oklahoma City RedHawks respectively for two years.

Houston Astros

In the 2012 season, Dallas started off playing with Oklahoma City. Then on 17th of July 2012, Keuchel made his MLB debut against the Texas Rangers. He finished the season with a 5.27 ERA playing in overall 16 games. The following season, he pitched to a 5.15 ERA.

During the 2014 season, Keuchel set a 9-5 win-loss record with a 3.20 ERA at the All-Star break and was a finalist for the final American League player spot in the MLB All-Star Game. Further, he earned both the Fielding Bible Award and a Gold Glove Award.

Keuchel was named American League’s Pitcher of the Month for April 2015. The following month, he was honored as the American League Pitcher. Also, he was selected for the American League roster in the 2015 MLB All-Star Game. His total record for the season was 20-8, and Keuchel had a 2.48 ERA with 216 strikeouts. Moreover, he was recipients of numerous awards and honors including the Warren Spahn Award, Gold Glove Award, Cy Young Award, and the Fielding Bible Award.

After receiving the Cy Young Award, he became the third Astro to have that award after Mike Scott and Roger Clemens.

In 2017, Keuchel again won the AL Pitcher of the Month Award in April, becoming the first Astros pitcher to win four. And, he joined Justin Verlander, Bartolo Colon, and Feliz Hermandez as an active pitcher who had won at least four.



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