- Date of Birth
- Age 25 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Dylan Cease
- Birth Place Milton, Georgia
- Famous Name Dylan Cease
- Horoscope Capricorn
- Net Worth $1 million
- Salary $555,000
- Contract 1 year / $555,000
- Career Earnings $2,055,000
- Position in Team Pitcher
- Current team Chicago White Sox
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Baseball player
- Currently Working For Chicago White Sox
- University attended Vanderbilt University
- School attended Milton High School
Dylan Cease is an American professional baseball player who plays as a Pitcher for the Chicago White Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB). Additionally, he made his MLB debut on July 3, 2019, for the Chicago White Sox. Moreover, he was drafted by the Chicago (CHC) as around 6 (#169 overall) pick in the 2014 MLB draft.
As of 2019, Dylan has an estimated net worth over $1 milion, which is entirely generated from his professional career. Further, he has earned $2,055,000 in his 1 season in MLB.
Dylan Cease Earnings; How much is his Net Worth?
Dylan, who is one of the top prospects of MLB, has an estimated ne worth over $1 million. Also, he has accumulated career earnings of around $2,055,000. As of now, he earns $555,000 as an annual average salary.
As per his contract with Chicago White Sox, he signed one year / $555,000 deal which included $555,000 guaranteed as a guaranteed amount. Likewise, in 2014, he earned $1,500,000 as a signing bonus. Similarly, he earned $555,000 as a salary in 2019.
Besides, the deatils about his endorsement earnings and valuable assets are not in the media yet. Exploring his social account, we found that Dylan is living a luxurious life which is wholly financed form his professional career.
Furthermore, he is 29th best-paid player of Sox whereas Jose Abreu and Ivan Nova are among the highest-paid player with an annual salary of $16,015,000 and $9,166,668 respectively. Likewise, he stands in the 988th position among the highest-paid player in 2019 while Stephen Strasburg and Max Scherzer are among the highest-paid player with an annual salry of $38,333,334 and $37,505,562 respectively.
His Contract Details
- Drafted by Chicago (CHC): Round 6 (#169 overall) on JUN 6 2014
- Signed a contract with Chicago (CHC) on JUL 7 2014
- Traded to Chicago (CHW) from Chicago (CHC) with Eloy Jimenez, Matt Rose and Bryant Flete for Jose Quintana on JUL 13 2017
Is Dylan Cease in a Relationship? Know about his Personal Life
Until now, Dylan is living a single life, and the reports about his wedding are not in the media yet. Also, the stories about his affairs and relationship are not in the media yet. However, the player with such a personality might be in a secret relationship with his likely girlfriend. As of now, noting is concrete until Dylan decides to talk about his relationship status.
Apart from love affairs, Cease has a wonderful social life as he never misses to spend his spare time with his friends and family.
Moreover, he often involves himself in recreational activities like fishing, traveling, cycling, and many more. Although he has never revealed about his relationship, he is often spotted with girls, clicking pictures which compelled us to doubt about his current relationship status.
Dylan Cease Body Measurement (Height and Weight)
Dylan stands in the height of 1.88 m (6 feet 1 inch) and weighs around 86 kg.
Dylan Cease Early Life, Bio, Family, and Childhood
Dylan was born on December 28, 1995, in Milton, Georgia, but the details about his parents are not in the media yet. As per Dylan's birth, he is an American native and belongs to the ethnic group of white. Also, Cease was born under the star sign Capricorn.
Talking about his career, he attended Milton High School, where he started his baseball career. Later, he attended Vanderbilt University and played for their team Vanderbilt Commodores.
Dylan Cease Professional Career
As of 2019, Dylan plays as a Pitcher for the Chicago White Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB). Additionally, he made his MLB debut on July 3, 2019, for the Chicago White Sox.
Moreover, he was drafted by the Chicago (CHC) as around 6 (#169 overall) pick in the 2014 MLB draft. In his debut, he pitched five innings, allowed three runs, struck out six batters, and earned the win.