Mark Gubicza Angels, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Hall Of Fame, Salary, and Net Worth

Mark Gubicza Bio | Wiki

Mark Gubicza is an American retired Major League Baseball pitcher. He played for 14 major league seasons with the Kansas City Royals (1984–96) and California Angels (1997). Currently, Mark serves as a color commentary for Los Angeles Angels games on Bally Sports West.

He played for the Kansas City Royals in the 2nd round of the 1981 Amateur Draft, the 34th overall pick. Mark commenced his professional baseball career at age 18 with the Royals Gold in the Gulf Coast League. He played for Fort Myers in the Florida State Class A-League in 1982. Mark got his major league debut on April 6, 1984, against the Cleveland Indians at Royals Stadium. While there, he pitched 6 innings, gave up 5 hits, 1 run, and struck out 4.

Mark Gubicza Age

Mark was born on August 14, 1962, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He is 59 years old.

Mark Gubicza Height

 He is quite a tall man and stands at a height of 6 ft 4 in (Approx. 1.96 m).

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Mark Gubicza Family

He was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by his father Anthony Gubicza Jr., and his mother Patricia. Mark’s father was a pitcher in the minor leagues for two years. Anthony Gubicza Sr., his grandfather was a Magyar Hungarian immigrant that settled in Walnutport, Pennsylvania.

Mark Gubicza Wife

Mark is happily married to his lovely wife Lisa. The couple is blessed with two children, Ashley Gubicza, Nicolette Gubicza.

Mark Education

He attended the William Penn Charter School. While there, Mark was teammates with Rubén Amaro Jr.

Mark Gubicza Angels

Currently, Mark serves as a color commentary for Los Angeles Angels games on Bally Sports West. He has served as an MLB Analyst on Dodgers and Angels pre-game and post-game shows for Fox Sports West/Prime Ticket. In 2007, Mark teamed with José Mota on 50 Angels telecasts on Fox Sports West/Prime Ticket and KCOP. Additionally, he also co-hosted Angels in the Infield with Bill Macdonald.

In 2008, the Angels announced that Mark would work roughly 75 games on television during that year’s season. He was slated to team with Rory Markas on Angels broadcasts in 2010 before Markas’s sudden death on January 4, 2010. On March 3, 2010, Victor Rojas became Markas’ replacement. He appeared in 30 for 30: You Don’t Know Bo: The Legend of Bo Jackson, which first aired on 8 December 2012.

Mark Gubicza Hall Of Fame

Mark spent 13 big league seasons with Kansas City and earned more games than all but two hurlers in team history. He was inducted into the Royals Hall of Fame in 2006.

Mark Gubicza Salary

He serves as a color commentary for Los Angeles Angels games on Bally Sports West, he, therefore, receives a satisfactory salary. Mark’s average salary is $87,654 per year.

Mark Gubicza Net Worth

He has played baseball and worked as a journalist for many years. Therefore, there is no doubt he has accumulated decent wealth over the years. The estimated net worth of Mark is $1 million.

Did Mark Gubicza Play For The Angels

Mark has served as an MLB Analyst on Dodgers and Angels pre-game and post-game shows for Fox Sports West/Prime Ticket. Additionally, he also co-hosted Angels in the Infield with Bill Macdonald.

What Nationality Is Mark Gubicza

Mark was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He holds an American nationality.

Where Is Mark

Currently, Mark serves as a color commentary for Los Angeles Angels games on Bally Sports West.