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Dan Plesac Bio | Wiki

Dan Plesac ( Full name: Daniel Thomas Plesac ) is an American tv personality and a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He has an 18-year career from 1986 to 2003 as a Baseball pitcher. Also, Dan is an avid horse racing fan who became a horse trainer after he retired from playing baseball. He once saved an old horse he owned before after learning that the horse was left in poor condition.

Dan Plesac Age

He was born on February 4, 1962, in Gary, Indiana, United States of America. Dan is 59 years old.

Dan Plesac Height

He is a man of above-average stature. Dan stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in ( Approx 1.88m).

Dan Plesac Family

He was born to his father and mother on February 4, 1962, in Gary, Indiana, United States of America. However, Dan has not shared any information concerning his parents and siblings.

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Dan Plesac Nephew

His nephew Zach Robert Plesac is a 26-year-old is an American professional baseball pitcher who was born on January 21, 1995, in
Crown Point, Indiana. Zach plays for the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball (MLB) and he made his MLB debut in 2019. Zach attended Crown Point High School and earned countless accolades.

Dan Plesac Wife

He was married to his ex-wife called Leslie Plesac whom he divorced in 2005. Leslie grew up with four siblings and an amazingly smart mom in a small town in Indiana. The two began dating after Leslie was done with colled but they had been good friends since her freshman year in high school. When the two began dating, Dan had just completed his rookie year with the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team. As a couple, they welcomed their first daughter called Madeline in 1992 and their second daughter Natalie was born in 1995. Dan and Leslie divorced in 2005 after 18 years of living as a husband and wife.

Dan Plesac Education

He graduated from Crown Point High School in Crown Point, Indiana with a high school diploma. While there, Dan excelled in baseball, basketball, football, and track as well.

Dan Plesac Mlb Network | Mlb The Show

He worked as a news telecaster for Comcast Sportsnet Chicago where he co-hosted as a highlighter for Chicago Cubs. Also, Dan co-hosted pre and post-game shows from 2005 until the end of the 2008 season for the club. Later, he joined the MLB Network and began serving as an analyst in January 2009. Currently, Dan appears on MLB Tonight as well as an occasional guest host for Intentional Talk. Apart from that, he also serves as a broadcaster for the MLB: The Show video game franchise.

Dan Plesac Croatian

He is among the famous Croatian sportscaster and former sportspeople such as John Abramovic – former basketball player, Marijon Ancich – football coach in California, Johnny Babich – former baseball player, Steve Belichick – football player, and Gary Beban – former NFL player, 1967 Heisman Trophy winner.

Dan Plesac Phillies

Prior to his retirement, Dan played for the Philadelphia Phillies, Arizona Diamondbacks, Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs,  Toronto Blue Jays,  and the Milwaukee Brewers. Additionally, he played college baseball for the NC State Wolfpack in the early 1980s and was inducted into the North Carolina State Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

Dan Plesac Pitching

He was a hard thrower with a mid-90 mph fastball and also a great slider who was originally a starting pitcher prior to becoming the closer of the Milwaukee Brewers.  Dan served primarily as a left-handed specialist from the mid-1990s until the end of his career. Before his retirement, he pitched for the Blue Jays twice, the Diamondbacks,  as well as the Phillies.  In 1987, 1988, and 1989, Dan was elected to the American League All-Star team

He retired from his baseball career with a 65–71 record, a 3.64 ERA in 1,064 games, and 1,072 innings pitched. In 1988, Dan recorded three saves against the Twins in a weekend series and immediately preceded the 1988 All-Star Game in Cincinnati.  As a result of travel complications,  Dan flew to Cincinnati on the Reds team chartered plane. He now holds countless all-time Brewers pitching records (minimum 500 innings pitched).

Dan is the franchise’s career leader in games, saves, and ERA as well. He became second in K/9 as well as WHIP (BB + H/IP), in both cases to Ben Sheets. Also, he is fifth in K/BB ratio.

Dan was the last Phillies pitcher who pitched at Veterans Stadium. On September 28, 2003, he struck out Ryan Langerhans, the only batter he faced to record the third out in the top of the ninth inning as the Phillies lost to the Atlanta Braves, 5–2.  Dan was never on the disabled list, never having surgery in or off-season during his 18-year career.

Dan Plesac Baseball Card | Baseball Card Value

–  Donruss Rookies #14  $0.34

–  Sportflics Sportflics Rookies #10  $0.34

–  Team Issue Milwaukee Brewers Police #NNO  $0.69

–  Topps Traded #87Tc $0.22

–  Topps Traded Tiffany #87 $0.7

Dan Plesac Salary

He currently earns his monthly income from his job on MLB Tonight as well as an occasional guest host for Intentional Talk. Dan receives an average salary of $73,285 per year.

Dan Plesac Net Worth

He accumulated a lot of wealth when he was a baseball player and his journalism still adds to this wealth. Dan has an estimated net worth of $1,687.936.

Who Is Dan Plesac

Dan is an American tv personality and a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He has an 18-year career from 1986 to 2003 as a Baseball pitcher. Also, Dan is an avid horse racing fan who became a horse trainer after he retired from playing baseball.

How Old  Dan Plesac

Dan is a 59-year-old former baseball player who was born on February 4, 1962, in Gary, Indiana, United States of America.

How Tall Is Dan Plesac

Dan is a man of above-average stature who stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in ( Approx 1.88m).

Is Zach Plesac Related To Dan Plesac

Yes.  Zach Robert Plesac is a 26-year-old is an American professional baseball pitcher and nephew to Dan.

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