|Date of Birth:||1987, April 11|
|Age:||32 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 4 Inch|
Danielle Lawrie is a former Canadian softball pitcher and currently working as a sports commentator. Lawrie also played during the 2008 Beijing Olympics for the Canadian women's national softball team. Further, she has represented Team USSSA Pride in National Pro Fastpitch (NPF).
Lawrie is married to her longtime boyfriend Drew Locke and shares 2 daughters with him. In addition, she is believed to have a net worth over $3 million as of current report.
Also, if you are interested to know about Danielle's net worth, salary, bio, and married life, take your time to go through this article till the end.
Yes, Danielle is a married woman and she is happily married to her husband Drew Locke. Danielle announced her wedding on 31 Dec 2012 through a Twitter post,
— Danielle Lawrie-Locke (@DanielleLawrie5) January 1, 2013
The couple got married on June 13, 2013. Also, talking about her wedding, she was dressed in a beautiful white wedding dress while her spouse wore a black suit with a pink tie. The marriage ceremony was witnessed by her friends and family.
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Further, the couple is the parents of 2 daughters. Their first daughter Madison Nicole Locke was born on December 17, 2013, and their second daughter Audrey Grace was born on October 7, 2016.
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Exploring social accounts, the couple seems to be happy in a relationship as they frequently go for a vacation together. Also, talking about her physique, she stands in a height of 1.98 m (6 feet 4 inches) and weighs around 75 kg (165 lb).
Danielle is believed to have a net worth over $3 million. However, there aren't any concrete source to confirm the information. Furthermore, the information about how much she earned from her professional career is not in the media yet.
Baseball wages can vary widely, being specific. On average, a male player in professional baseball earns nearly $3 million a year. Top pro baseball players can earn $25 million or more each year, while less successful players can earn up to or less than $1 million.
Talking about a female softball player, they earn only $5,000 for playing 48 games tournament which is way too less when compared to male baseball players.
Further, she works as a sports commentator as of recent report. However, the details about much much she earns from the profession are still behind the rock.
Danielle Lawrie was born on April 11, 1987, to parents Cheryl and Russ Lawrie. She is a native of Langley, British Columbia. She grew up along with her brother, Brett Lawrie who is a major league baseball player for the Chicago White Sox.
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Before Brett was even born, she used to have an older sister named Nicole, who died in an accident when she was only 5. She attended secondary school in Brookswood where she began her softball career, helping the team in three championships in the league.
Later, she moved on to the University of Washington after graduating from Brookswood, becoming the first Canadian on the team.
Lawrie played college softball in Washington, where she was part of the championship team for the 2009 Women's College World Series and was an all-American. Lawrie also played in the 2008 Beijing Olympics for the Canadian women's national softball team.
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Lawrie played for the USSSA Pride of National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) from 2010 to 2014 and was an all-star NPF in 2011. She owns numerous records for both the Huskies and the Pac-12, where she is the strikeout career leader, and ranks fourth in Division I of the NCAA.