Dylan Cozens

by Jorge 23 Apr,2019
Dylan Cozens
Body Stats
Weight 107 kg
Personal Info
  • Famous Name
  • Birth Name Dylan Cozens
  • Birth Place Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Famous Name Dylan Wallace Cozens
  • Birth Date May 31, 1994
  • Horoscope Gemini
  • Father Randy Cozens
  • Net Worth $500,000
  • Salary $555,000
  • Date NOV 19 2016
  • Contract 1 year / $555,000
  • Career Earnings $1,443,340
  • Height 1.98 m
  • Position in Team Outfielder
  • No. of Siblings 2
  • Current team Philadelphia Phillies
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession Baseball
  • Currently Working For Philadelphia Phillies

Dylan Wallace Cozens is an American professional Baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Dylan Cozens currently plays for the Philadelphia Phillies as their Outfielder. He was a second-round pick in the 2012 MLB draft (77th overall). Cozens later made his MLB debut in 2019. 

As an Outfielder, Dylan Cozens reportedly earns around $555,000 as his yearly salary from Philadelphia PhilliesFurther, Dylan Cozens has an estimated net worth of over $500,000.

Does Dylan Cozens have a Girlfriend? Know About His Personal Life

Exploring his relationship status, Dylan Cozens seems to be enjoying the single life. Reportedly, he is yet to be married. Additionally, he has kept his personal life low profiled and hasn't dropped a single hint about his probable wife or girlfriend in the media yet. 

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New favorite course with my new favorite four some @jacob_weisman @dollabeals_

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There aren't any rumors about his past relationship to date. Furthermore, he has a good relationship with his friends and family as they regularly attend his match and cheer him up.  

Dylan Cozens Body Measurement (Height, Weight)

 The Famous MLB star is 1.98 m in height and weighs around 107 kg.

How Much Is Dylan Cozens's Net Worth? Know About his Career Earnings and Salary

Dylan Cozens has an estimated net worth of over $500,000 in 2019. Further, the MLB player has an average salary of $555,000 annually while Jake Arrieta and Bryce Harper are among the highest earner of the team with an annual salary of  $25,000,000 and $10,000,000 respectively.

He reportedly signed a 1 year / $555,000 contract,  including $555,000 guaranteed with Philadelphia Phillies on November 19, 2016.

 Dylan Cozens so far has made earnings of $1,443,340 from his entire MLB career.

Dylan's career earnings are tabulated below:

2012 Philadelphia Phillies $659,800
2018 Philadelphia Phillies $228,540
2019 Philadelphia Phillies $555,000

Additionally, he hasn't mentioned any information about his endorsement deal in the media yet. However, he might be enjoying a decent sum of money from the deals he is associated with.

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Happy 4th of July everyone ???????? #teamadidas #adidasbaseball

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Exploring his social account, he regularly promotes the shoes of Addidas so there might be a possibility that he is associated with the brand. 

Dylan Cozens Early Life and Bio

Dylan Cozens was born on May 31, 1994, in Scottsdale, Arizona to father Randy Cozens. He is American by nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Gemini.

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Not much has changed ?? #younginonhisgrind #nooffseason

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Cozens posted a.520 batting average as a senior and hit 19 home runs in 33 games, breaking the one-season record of the school.

Cozens was also a standing defensive end to the football team of Chaparral and verbally committed to playing for the football team of Arizona Wildcats before opting to sign with the Phillies.

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Dylan Cozens Started playing Professionally with Philadelphia Phillies

He was a second-round pick in the 2012 MLB draft (77th overall). Cozens later made his MLB debut in 2019. After playing in a minor league Cozens was promoted to the Major Leagues on May 31, 2018, to replace Hoskins while he was on the disabled list.

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He made his debut against the San Francisco Giants on June 1 and recorded in the same game his first major league hit.

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