Mike Blowers Bio | Wiki
Mike Blowers is a popular previous Major League Baseball player, a third baseman as well as the first baseman for the New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Dodgers, plus Oakland Athletics. As of now, Mike works as a television and radio color commentator for the Seattle Mariners since 2007. He served with Dave Niehaus a Ford C. Frick Baseball Hall of Fame Award broadcaster and also proceeds to serve with Dave Sims.
Mike Blowers Age
Mike was born on April 24, 1965, in Würzburg, West Germany. He is 57 years old.
Mike Blowers Height
He is a man of above-average stature. Mike stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in (Approx 1.88 m).
Mike Blowers Family
He was born in Würzburg, West Germany to his caring and loving parents. When Mike was 8, my stepdad Carlos Ramos brought home an old catcher’s mitt and took him and his brother into the back yard of their house in Lawton, Okla. He loved it right away, but over time Mike thought that love was mingled with the memory of their stepdad, Carlos Ramos.
Mike Blowers Wife
Mike is happily married to his lovely wife Nicole Blowers. The pair has four children namely Ryan, Ally, Cameron, and Beau. Their son named Ryan Blowers Graduated in 2011 from Graham-Kapowsin High School in Graham, Wash.
Mike Blowers Son
Mike has a son named Ryan Blowers who Graduated in 2011 from Graham-Kapowsin High School in Graham, Wash. His son took part in four sports over his high school career, such as four seasons each in football and basketball. He studied at Central Washington University. Ryan has a sister named Ally and two younger brothers namely Cameron, and Beau.
Mike Blowers Education
He graduated in 1983 from Bethel High School in Spanaway and played college baseball at Tacoma Community College and the Campus of Washington in Seattle. After his freshman year, Mike became selected by the Mariners in the 1984 Major League Baseball Draft but opted not to sign. Over his junior year at Washington, Mike’s only season with the Huskies, he won the triple crown in the Pac-10 North Division and became also appointed by the Montreal Expos in the tenth round of the 1986 MLB Draft.
Mike Blowers Seattle Mariners
He enters his 14th season as the Mariners television analyst. Mike is an experienced fan favorite who did three tours with the Mariners from 1992-1995, 1997, and 1999. Before joining the Mariners broadcast team in 2007, Mike spent four years as the pre-and post-game analyst at KOMO 1000 News broadcasts of Mariners games.
He was a stand-out at Bethel High School in Spanaway, WA, and became a Pac-10 Triple Crown winner while with the University of Washington. Over his 11-year MLB career, Mike also played for the Yankees (1989-91), Dodgers (1996) as well as Athletics (1998). Mike played in the postseason with the Mariners in 1995 and 1997. In Seattle’s memorable 1995 season, Mike set career highs in almost every statistical category, such as 113 hits, 24 doubles, 23 homers, and 96 RBI.
In addition, Mike tied a Major League record with three grand slams in a month in August of ‘1995, when he hit .283 with nine homers and a club-record tying 33 RBI. He earned the first-ever “Unsung Hero” award in 1993 from the Seattle chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Mike was initially appointed by the Montreal Expos in the 10th round of the 1986 June draft. Following being traded to the Yankees on Aug. 29, 1989, he made his Major League start with the Yankees on Sept. 1 vs. California. Moreover, Mike made his first ML start against the Mariners on Sept. 5, 1989.
Mike Blowers Salary
He earns a satisfying amount from his work as a television and radio color commentator for the Seattle Mariners since 2007. Mike’s average salary is $78,201 per year.
Mike Blowers Net Worth
Mike gets his wealth from his work as a television and radio color commentator for the Seattle Mariners since 2007. Therefore, Mike has accumulated a decent fortune over the years of his work. Mike’s estimated net worth is $766,807.
Is Mike Blowers Married
Yes. Mike married his wife Nicole Blowers whom they share four children namely Ryan, Ally, Cameron, and Beau. Their son named Ryan Blowers Graduated in 2011 from Graham-Kapowsin High School in Graham, Wash.
Where Is Mike Blowers
He is a previous Major League Baseball player, a third baseman as well as the first baseman for the New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Dodgers, plus Oakland Athletics. Mike now works as a television and radio color commentator for the Seattle Mariners since 2007.