|Date of Birth:||1965, April 24|
|Age:||54 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 2 Inch|
|Birth Name||Michael Roy "Mike" Blowers|
|Birth Place||Würzburg, West Germany|
|Famous Name||Mike Blowers|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Past Team||New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Oakland Athletics.|
|Career Earnings||$10 million|
|Position in Team||Third baseman|
|Profession||former MLB player|
|University attended||University of Washington|
|School attended||Bethel High School|
|Married to||Nicole Blowers|
Mike Blowers is a former German third baseman in the Major League Baseball who last played for the Seattle Mariners. He has also played for Oakland Athletics, Los Angeles Dodgers, and New York Yankees. He retired from the MLB in 1999.
Mike was drafted in the 1984 MLB draft by the Seattle but wasn't signed by them and later he was selected by the Montreal in 1986 MLB draft. He played in the MLB for almost a decade so is supposed to have earned a quite decent amount.
The exact information regarding the net worth and career earnings of Mike is not available but Mike Blowers's net worth is estimated to be around $5 million which he earned from his MLB career.
He is currently out of the MLB since he got retired in 1999. He is not reported to be involved in any income generating profession but he could have his own business through which he might be earning adequate money for living.
Career earnings of Mike from 1989 to 1999:
|1989||New York Yankees||$82,000.00|
|1990||New York Yankees||$107,000.00|
|1991||New York Yankees||$130,000.00|
|1996||Los Angeles Dodgers||$2,300,000.00|
Mike Blowers career earnings is around $10 million and his last salary reported was around $475,000 in 1999 which he received from the Mariners. Information about his personal assets and endorsements deals is not yet available on the media.
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Mike Blowers is a happily married man. He exchanged the marital vows with his beautiful girlfriend Nicole Blowers in front of family and friends probably in the late 1980s. Mike and Nicole knew each other for more than a decade before Nicole and Mike got married.
In one of his interview, Mike Blowers revealed that he chased Nicole for 8 years before she finally agreed to marry him.
Blowers and his spouse seems to be happy with each other and as per the sources, the couple is together for over many years.
Moreover, there aren't any signs of Mike's divorce with his wife since they haven't reported about any disputes in their marital life. The couple together shares four children including a lovely son named Ryan Blowers and are currently living in Graham.
There aren't many details disclosed in the media regarding his personal life which suggests that he keeps his personal life low profiled. Mike is not even active in social media since he hasn't reported about any of his social media accounts.
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Mike Blowers is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) player who has a height of around 6 feet 2 inches (1.896 meters) and weighs about 190 lbs( 86.18 kilograms).
Mike Blowers was born on April 24, 1965, in Wurzburg, West Germany. He holds German nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group. later on, he moved to Washington since his step-father was transferred there. Information regarding his parents and siblings is still under review.
he completed his high school from Bethel High School and later he attended the University of Seattle for his University career.
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Mike Blowers started his professional MLB career after he was drafted in the 1986 MLB draft by the Montreal Expos. later on, Blowers made his MLB debut against Rangers in 1989. Mike's first MLB home run off was in 1990.
He also played for some of the reputed team in the Major League including Oakland Athletics, Los Angeles Dodgers, and New York Yankees. He got retired from his MLB career in 1999. After retiring from his playing career, he began commentary.
Due to his outstanding performance in the TV career, he was inducted in the Tacoma Community College Athletics Hall of Fame in 2007.
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