Koda Glover

by Jorge 22 Mar,2019
Koda Glover
Body Stats
Weight 102 kg
Personal Info
  • Birth Name Koda James Glover
  • Birth Place Monroe, Oklahoma
  • Famous Name Koda Glover
  • Father Ray Glover
  • Mother Bobbi Jo Glover
  • Net Worth $1 million
  • Salary $500,000-$600,000
  • Siblings Chandie, Bobby, Tommy and Clay
  • Date MAR 25 2018
  • Contract 1 year $551,700
  • Career Earnings $1,380,977
  • Height 1.96 m
  • Position in Team Relief pitcher
  • No. of Siblings 4
  • Current team Washington Nationals
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity Mixed
  • Profession Baseball player
  • Currently Working For Washington Nationals
  • Married to Cheyenne Glover
  • Children Bronx

Koda Glover is an American professional Baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Koda Glover currently plays for the Washington Nationals as their Relief pitcher. Further, Glover played college baseball at Eastern Oklahoma State College and Oklahoma State University. 


As os 2019, Koda Glover reportedly earns around in the range of  $500,000-$600,000 as his yearly salary from Washington Nationals. Further, he has an estimated net worth of over $1 million. Glover is married to his wife, Cheyenne Glover since 2017.

Koda Glover

Koda Glover is married to his beautiful and lovely wife Cheyenne Glover. He tied the knot with his high school sweetheart, Cheyenne, on  December 31, 2017. 

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Exploring the social account, Koda Glover has a child; a son named the Bronx who was born in 2014, prior to their marriage. 

Exploring his Instagram account, he seems to be happy with his family as he frequently posts pictures, enjoying a good time together. Moreover, Koda Glover's family also go to watch his game on a regular basis.

Additionally, there aren't any rumors of their divorce or separation in recent time. Besides that, talking about his body measurements, the famous MLB star is 1.96 m in height and weighs around 102 kg.

Koda Glover Net Worth and Salary

Koda Glover has an estimated net worth of over $1 million. He signed a 1 year $551,700 contract with Washington Nationals in 2018. Further, the MLB player has an average salary in the range of $500,000-$600,000 annually.

Koda Glover so far has made earnings of $1,380,977 from his entire MLB career.

Some of his career contract and earnings, including bonus and incentives: 

2015 Washington Nationals  $200,000
2016 Washington Nationals  $141,423
2017 Washington Nationals  $538,300
2018 Washington Nationals  $501,254

As of 2019, he is among the player who gets paid as a pre-arbitration player which is quite similar to Tyler Glasnow. Reportedly, players under pre-arbitration period earn a basic salary assigned by Major League Baseball (MLB). 

As per the reports, in 2019, he will earn $575,000 as luxury tax salary. So with all the assumption and reference, we can conclude that he is living a good life with the money he has collected from his entire playing career. 

Additionally, he also has an endorsement deal with Nike and however, the information about how much he earns from the deal is no in the media yet. 

Koda Glover Bio and Early Life

Koda Glover was born on April 13, 1993, in Monroe, Oklahoma to parents Ray Glover and Bobbi Jo Glover. As per his nationality, he is American and belongs to the Mixed ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Aries He grew up along with his siblings, Chandie, Bobby, Tommy, and Clay.

He was also a high school all-conference and all-county basketball player. At Eastern Oklahoma State College and Oklahoma State University, Glover played college baseball and underwent Tommy John surgery.

Koda Glover Professional Career

On July 20, 2016, Glover made his major-league debut with the Nationals as one of Nationals history's fastest - rising draft picks. Manager Dusty Baker said in 2017 that he would share closing duties with Shawn Kelley after Blake Treinen had been removed from the role of Opening Day roster. Currently, he shares a field with his star team-mate Brian Dozier, who joined nationals in 2019

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