Kevin Charles Millar, commonly known as Kevin Millar, is an American retired baseball first baseman who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for Florida Marlins, Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles, and Toronto Blue Jays throughout his playing career. As of now, Millar, 46, serves as an analyst for MLB Network show International Talk, alongside Chris Rose.
Millar is married to his wife Jeanna Millar since 1999 and the couple is the parents of 4 children. He has an estimated net worth of $10 million as of 2019.
Not only name and fame, but Kevin Millar has also earned tremendous wealth as a baseball player and sports commentator. As of 2019, his net worth is estimated to be around $10 million. He used to get paid $850,000 as an annual salary in 1993.
In 2008, he had the career highest salary of $2.1 million
His career earnings from his baseball career is reported to be about $30 million.
Besides his earning from his career, Millar owns a lavish mansion in Beaumont, Texas. He has few lists of world luxurious cars including Lexus Ic 500, Ford Shelby f 150, and Classic Camero.
Kevin Miller tied the knot with Jeanna Millar in 1999. The couple shares four children: Kanyon Edward Millar, Kashten Charles Millar, and Kiley Faith Millar.
If we analyze his social sites including Twitter and Instagram, he has shared numbers of adorable pictures with his family. Not only prosperous in a professional career, but Millar also has a wealthy personal life too.
Kevin Millar was born on 24th of September 1971, in Los Angeles, California, to Judy Millar. His star sign is Libra. By nationality, he is an American and belongs to white ethnicity.
Upon graduation from Hart High School, Millar joined and played college baseball for Lamar in Beaumont, Texas. Under the instruction of Coach Jim Gilligan, he and the Cardinals prospered. Millar was a crucial part of Lamar's return to eminence in collegiate baseball, for two seasons.
In 1993, Millar started off his baseball career professionally, playing in the Northern League side Saint Paul Saints. During the 1994-95 Major League Baseball strike, he was a replacement player as he played with the replacement in early 1995 and thus, he is barred from membership in the MLB players Associations.
In 1998, Millar made his major league debut for Florida Marlins after the Marlins purchased his contract at the end of the season. He played overall four seasons representing Marlins.
On 15th of February 2003, Millar was purchased by the Boston Red Sox, and he remained two seasons in the club.
On 12th January 2006, Millar signed with the Baltimore Orioles as a free agent. In his debut season with Orioles, he broke Rey Ordonez’s record for most game played by any non-drafted. When Dave Trembley took over the team, Millar started to play more like a regular rooster.
On 11th February 2009, Millar signed a minor league contract with the Toronto Blue Jays as a non-roster invitee.
After playing a season with Blue Jays, Millar switched to Chicago Cubs, officially signing on 1st of February 2010. Later two month, he was released after not making the major league team.
On 21st April 2010, Millar announced his retirement on MLB Network Radio with Kevin Kennedy and Jim Duquette. Then he began working as a studio analyst for MLB Network. On 20th May of the same year, he also joined New England Sports Network as a post-game and pre-game analyst.
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On 22nd May 2010, Millar debuted for Fox Sports and its MLB on Fox Saturday telecasts. More, for its primetime games in the studio, Millar worked as a post-game, pre-game, and game break analyst.
On 5th May 2010, Millar made his come back to baseball, signing a contract with the St. Paul Saints of the America Association. In the season, he played g games for the club, recording .208 hit with no home runs and 2 RBIs.
After his second retirement, Millar has been working as a co-host of intentional Talk with Chris Rose on MLB Network. He joined MLB Network in April of 2010 and has been on the show since its launch in 2011.