Craig John Counsell Net Worth

Throughout his career as a baseball player, Craig John Counsell has been able to earn a substantial amount of income. His net worth is estimated at around $1.5 million as of 2022. It is expected that his earnings will continue to increase in the years to come. His primary income comes from his employment as a baseball player and manager. His secondary income comes from a part-time radio hosting job.

Craig started playing baseball in high school and continued his education at the University of Notre Dame. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the university in 1992. His career began with the Colorado Rockies, but he was traded to the Florida Marlins after four years. He finished his professional baseball career with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2001. He won the National League Championship Series Most Valuable Player award in 2001. He also won two World Series titles with the Florida Marlins in 1997.

Craig Counsell is the manager of the Milwaukee Brewers in Major League Baseball. He has managed the team since May 2015, making him the longest tenured manager in the National League. He is also the franchise’s all-time leader in managerial wins. After Ron Roenicke was fired in 2015, Counsell was entrusted with the management duties and has helped the team win many victories. He was also awarded a three-year contract extension in 2020.

Before becoming a manager, he served as a special assistant to Doug Melvin. During his time as a player, he had a successful career as an infielder, hitting.306 with 50 doubles. He also had twice as many walks as strikeouts. He won two World Series championships with the Florida Marlins in 1997 and 2006. He is a fan of the Green Bay Packers. He was also a fan of Robin Yount when he was growing up.

As a part-time radio host, he is able to earn up to $34,572 per year. He has not spoken publicly about his personal life. But he prefers to lead a modest lifestyle. He has children who often go to baseball matches with their mother.

His family resides in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. His wife is Michelle Counsell and he has four children. He celebrates his birthday on August 21. He has a birth sign of Leo. He weighs 82 kilograms and is 6 feet tall.

During his baseball career, he has won two World Series titles and received numerous awards. He has been named the National League Championship Series Most Valuable Players and the NLCS Most Valuable Player award in 2001. In addition, he has been on base for two walk-off singles in the World Series. He has 204 RBI in his career.

During his professional career, he was drafted in the 11th round of the 1992 draft and has played for the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Colorado Rockies, and the Florida Marlins. He was on base for several scoring plays during the Game 7s of the 1997 and 2001 World Series.