- Date of Birth
- Age 29 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Spencer John Kieboom
- Birth Place Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
- Famous Name Spencer Kieboom
- Horoscope Pisces
- Father Alswinn Kieboom
- Net Worth six digits
- Salary $555,000
- Siblings Carter and Trevor
- Contract 1 year / $555,000
- Career Earnings $635,628
- Position in Team Catcher / First baseman
- No. of Siblings 2
- Current team Washington National
- Nationality Dutch-American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Baseball
- Currently Working For Washington Nationals
- Married to Christa Kieboom
Spencer Kieboom is a Dutch-American professional Baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Spencer Kieboom currently plays for the Washington National as their Catcher / First baseman. Further, In the fifth round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft, the Washington Nationals selected Kieboom.
As a Catcher / First baseman, Spencer Kieboom reportedly earns around $555,000 as his yearly salary from Washington National. Further, Spencer Kieboom has an estimated net worth of over six digits.
Is Spencer Kieboom Married? Know About His Personal Life
According to the reports, Spencer is married to his beautiful wife, Christa Kieboom. Further, Spencer was dating his girlfriend for quite a long time and got engaged in November 2016. After almost a year of their engagement, they tied their wedlock on 13th November 2017.
Despite the busy schedule, Spencer spends quality time with his spouse. Further, they often go on vacation for their refreshment and relaxation. Spencer spends quality time with his family and friends.
Besides that, being married for this long, the couple hasn't planned for their future baby. It seems like they are enjoying their couple life to the fullest before starting the new phase of life.
Spencer Kieboom Body Measurement (Height And Weight)
Talking about his body measurement, Spencer weighs about 203 pounds and his height is 6 feet 4 inches. Also, he has a world class athlete body.
What Is Spencer Kieboom's Net Worth? Know About His Earnings
As of 2019, Spencer Kieboom has an estimated net worth of over six digits. He reportedly signed a 1 year / $555,000 contract with Washington National on November 19, 2019.
Further, the MLB player has an average salary of $555,000 annually which is lesser then Kyle Barraclough's salary. Spencer Kieboom so far has made earnings of $635,628 from his entire MLB career.
His career earnings, including bonus and incentives:
In 2019, Kieboom will earn a $ 555,000 as a base wage while carrying a $555,000 total wage. Furthermore, there aren't any details about his endorsement deals in the media yet.
However, the player with such popularity is obvious to be associated with different brands and hence earning a significant amount of money through the deals.
Spencer Kieboom Early Life, Bio, and Family
Spencer Kieboom was born on March 16, 1991, in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina to parents Alswinn Kieboom and name of his mother isn't available in the media. As per his nationality, he is Dutch-American and belongs to the White ethnic group.
Similar Bio: Kyle Barraclough
Further, his star sign is Pisces. He grew up along with his siblings, Carter, and Trevor. Kieboom played college baseball at Clemson University after graduating from George Walton Comprehensive High School. He played in Class A - Short-Season New York - Penn League for the Auburn Doubledays in 2012, batting.258 in 41 games with 20 runs batted in (RBIs).
Kieboom played in the 2014 Class A South Atlantic League for the Hagerstown Suns and spent 2015 in Class A - Advanced Carolina League with the Potomac Nationals, where he played in 71 games and hit.248 with two home runs and 21 RBIs.
Spencer Kieboom Started Playing Professionally For Washington Nationals
In the fifth round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft, the Washington Nationals selected Kieboom. After playing in the minor league the Nationals promoted him to the major leagues for the first time on September 27, 2016, after an injury to starting catcher Wilson Ramos.
He started the season with Syracuse in 2018 and appeared with the Chiefs in 25 games, batting.250, hitting a home run and driving in 10 runs while appearing both as a catcher and sometimes as a first baseman.
Later on May 11, the Nationals called him to the major leagues after starting catcher Matt Wieters suffered an injury and went to the disabled list for 10 days.