Peter Moylan

by John Max 11 Dec,2021
Peter Moylan
Personal Info
  • Famous Name Peter Moylan
  • Country Australia AU
Facts
  • Birth Name Peter Michael Moylan
  • Net Worth $2 million
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Birth Country Lesmurdie, Western Australia, Australia
  • Married to Tracey
  • Famous Name Peter Moylan
  • Children Three
  • Nationality Australian

Peter Moylan is an Australian retired baseball relief pitcher who played in the Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Kansas City Royals. Also, he had a stint with the  Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL) for the Macoto Gida. On 13th April 2021, he became manager of the Melbourne Aces of the Australian Baseball League.

Lesmurdie, Western Australia native, Peter Moylan was born on 2nd December 1978, under the star sign Sagittarius. The 43 years old holds an Australian nationality. 

How Much Is Peter Moylan's Net Worth In 2021?

On 3rd March 2008, Moylan signed a 1 year $440k contract with Atlanta.

On 2nd March 2009, he signed a 1 year $410k contract with Atlanta.

On 19th January 2010, he signed a 1 year $2 million contract with Atlanta. 

On 18th February 2017, he signed a 1 year $1 million minor league contract with Kansas City.

On 19th February 2018, he signed a 1 year $575,000 contract with Atlanta. 

Besides he has also played for various minor league teams. 

As of 2021, his net worth is approximately $2 million. 

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Is Peter Moylan Married?

Peter Moylan is married to Tracey. The couple shares three daughters. 

PeterPeter Moylan with his wife and daughter SOURCE: Instagram @petermoylan

Moylan often shares his adorable family pictures on his Instagram. 

Baseball Career

Moylan started playing his professional baseball with the Minnesota Twins system. In 1998, he was released and returned to his native country where he would work as a pharmaceutical salesman. Eventually, he improved pitching and focused on a comeback. 

In the 2006 World Baseball Classic, he broke out while playing for the Australian team. Following his performance, he was invited to participate in spring training before the 2006 season with the Atlanta Braves. 

In 2006, he was signed by the Atlanta Braves and was assigned to their Triple-A Richmond club. On 11th April 2006, Braves called him to replace Joey Devine in the bullpen and he made his MLB debut the next day. He pitched one scoreless inning against the Philadelphia Phillies and was later sent back to the Richmond club. 

In 2007, he was called to the Braves major league team after Chad Paronto was injured. In April 2008, The Braves placed Moylan on the 15-day disabled list and again to the 60-day disabled list with ulna collateral ligament in Moylan's right elbow was compromised by a bone spur. 

In 2010, he played 85 games for the Braves, finishing with a 6–2 record and a 2.97 ERA. The following season, he appeared in seven games and was placed on the disabled list. 

On 17th January 2012, he re-signed with the Braves agreeing on a minor-league deal worth approximately $1 million. That season, he appeared in only eight games. 

On 16th January 2013, Moulan has signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers a minor-league deal. He was assigned to the AAA Albuquerque Isotopes. On 31st May, Moylan was recalled to the Dodgers and appeared in 10 games with the Dodgers. On 29th June, he was optioned back to AAA. 

On 29th October 2013, he elected free agency. 

On 26th March 2014, Houston Astros signed Moylan with a minor league contract, However, he was released on 26th March 2014. 

On 5th March 2015, Moylan returned to the Atlanta Braves, signing a two-year minor league deal. On 16th August 2015, he made his first major league appearance in 2013.

On 23rd January 2016, Moylan signed a minor league deal with Kansas City Royals. On 17 February 2017, he resigned from a minor league deal with the Kansas City Royals. 

On 19th February 2018, Moylan re-signed with the Atlanta Braves on a one-year contract. The following year on 28th February, he retired from Major League Baseball.

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