2019 All-Star, Daniel Vogelbach is professional baseball currently playing for the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB), as their first baseman. He was picked by the Chicago Cubs in the 2011 MLB Draft in round two.
Orlando, Florida native, Daniel Vogelbach was born on 17th December 1992, under the star sign Sagittarius. He is an American by nationality and belongs to the white ethnic background.
Seattle Mariners – No. 20 first baseman, has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as of 2020-. He is currently signed under a one year to Seattle Mariners worth $558,600. In the 2019 season, he earns $558,600 per annum.
Vogelbach Salary with Seattle Mariners:
While signing with Chicago Cubs in 2011, he received a signing bonus of $1,600,000. Also, he spent five seasons playing for the minor league.
According to the source, in the minors, players don’t have a union and are under a standard Minor League contract that provides a fixed salary starting at $1,100 monthly, starting on the opening day of the regular season in their league.
The famous MLB star Daniel Vogelbach is an attractive individual with a charming personality. However, there is not even single news in any site or news portal about his relationship and affairs to date.
So far, Dan hasn't shared a single detail from which his probable wife or girlfriend can be assumed on the media. So there is no information confirming whether Dan Vogelbach is married or single or is dating someone. However, he posted a photo with a girl on his Twitter on 13 Sep 2012 with a caption "I've missed her" but hasn't revealed who she is.
He rather seems to be focused on his career, rather than involving in rumors so he remains low profiled and that's why he keeps his love affair hidden from the general public.
Vogelbach was born to parents Dan Vogelbach and Jennie Vogelbach. He grew up with an awesome childhood along with his siblings.
Daniel Vogelbach attended Bishop Verot Catholic High School in Fort Myers, Florida where he played for his high school baseball team. Daniel Vogelbach attended Bishop Verot Catholic High School in Fort Myers, Florida where he played for his high school baseball team.
After completing high school, Daniel Vogelbach enrolled at the University of Florida and played for the college team there.
At the beginning of his professional baseball career, he played in the minor leagues for the Arizona League Cubs after being selected in the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft by the Chicago Cubs.
Dan played for the Cubs until 2016 and was later traded to the Seattle Mariners. In 2016, he was promoted to the Major League and his first game was against Los Angeles Angels.