|Date of Birth:||1996, April 30|
|Age:||23 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 2 Inch|
|Birth Name||Michael Talbert Kopech|
|Famous Name||Michael Kopech|
|Father||Michael P. Kopech|
|Birth Place||Mount Pleasent, Texas|
|Currently Working For||Chicago White Sox|
|Weight in KG||93 kg|
|Affair with||Vanessa Morgan|
|Started career as||a player Chicago White Sox|
|Current team||Chicago White Sox|
|Position in Team||Pitcher|
|Siblings||Kaysi Kopech (sister)|
|University Team||University of Arizona|
|No. of Twitter Followers||38K|
|No. of Instagram Followers||251K|
|No. of Siblings||one siblings|
Michael Kopech is a professional baseball player from the United States. Currently, he plays for Chicago White Sox as a pitcher. Besides, this he has played for the Boston Red Sox. Likewise, he is popular as the best pitcher who has been able to set the pitching record of 110 mph.
Kopech is currently single. Previously, he had an affair with Brielle Biermann, a daughter of American television personality, Kim Zolciak-Biermann.
As of 2019, Michael Kopech has an estimated net worth of $1 million. Not to mention, the major source of his income is his MLB career. Till date, the hunk has made $2,175,130, playing two seasons in the MLB.
While signing a contract with Boston Red Sox in 2014, he received a signing bonus of $1,600,000. As of now, he is under a 1 year / $555,000 contract with the Chicago White Sox, which includes $555,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $555,000. In 2019, he will receive a base salary of $555,000, while carrying a total salary of $555,000.
Matter of fact, he spent 4 seasons playing in minor leagues: Gulf Coast League Red Sox, Class A South Atlantic League, Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League, Class A-Advanced Carolina League, after his MLB draft. According to the source, the average salary for a Baseball Player in Minor League is $83,553.
He earns additional money from his endorsement deal with Adidas. He also promotes the shoes on his Social media. He is one of the rising stars so we hope that he will earn a decent amount of money in the upcoming days.
He owns a Hammar car which is worth more than $50,000.
There are wedding bells on the horizon for MLB star, Michael Kopech. After dating for long, he is engaged to the Riverdale star Vanessa Morgan.
The duo shared the exciting news via their Instagram account on 4th July 2019. Kopech shared a stunning Instagram video with her now-fiance kneeling in front of the gorgeous Mooney Falls near the Grand Canyon in Arizona, writing a lengthy caption about how much he loves his bride-to-be.
Vanessa Morgan, 27, is a Canadian actress. She is known for roles in Finding Carter, The Latest Buzz, and My Babysitter's a Vampire. Presently, the 1.6 m tall actress plays Toni Topaz in The CW teen drama series Riverdale.
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She is active on social networking sites. She has 6.7 million followers on Instagram and 601.8K Followers on a Twitter account.
Kopech previously dated Kim Zolciak-Biermann's daughter, Brielle Biermann. However, the couple broke up in March 2018.
Morgan and Kopech began dating months after.
As of 2019, he is 23 years old. Further, he stands 1.9 m tall and weighs around 93 kg.
He has more than 296k followers on his Instagram account and over 44.9K Followers on his Twitter account. He regularly updates his social account leaving a positive message for young talents. He also posts pictures and video on his social account.
Michael Talbert Kopech was born as the son of Michael P. Kopech and Tabbetha Kopech, on April 30, 1996, in Mount Pleasent, Texas, the United States. He was brought up by his parents together with his sister Kyasi Kopech. He is an American by his nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Further, his zodiac sign is Taurus.
Michael was interested in playing baseball from an early age. He began his professional playing career after he was picked in the 2014 MLB Draft out of Mount Pleasant High School. Before that, he studied at the University of Arizona.
He first played Rookie Level Gulf Coast League Red Sox where he posted a 0-1 record and a 4.61 ERA. Following his baseball passion, he played several matches and also became one of the fastest pitchers in baseball history.
Later in October 2016, he was traded to Chicago White Sox alongside Victor Diaz, Yoan Moncada, and Luis Alexander Basabe. Within a year, he became the starter for the North Division in the Southern League All-Star game. He went 4-3 with a 2.93 ERA over 58 1/3 innings.