Todd Hollandsworth Bio | Wiki
Todd Hollandsworth is an American former baseball outfielder in MLB. He has spent 11 years playing for various MLB teams like Los Angeles Dodgers, Texas Rangers, and Chicago Cubs (just to mention a few). Todd won the 2003 World Series champion and 1996 NL Rookie of the Year. Currently, he serves as the color analyst for Miami Marlins games on Fox Sports Florida.
Todd Hollandsworth age
He was born on April 20, 1973, in Dayton, Ohio, in the United States. Todd is 49 years old.
Todd Hollandsworth Height
He is a man of tall stature. Todd stands at 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m).
Todd Hollandsworth Family
He was born to his loving father and mother in Dayton, Ohio, in the United States. Todd is a secretive person, thus he has not gone public with details regarding his family (parents and/or siblings) whereabouts.
Todd Hollandsworth Wife
He is happily married to his beautiful wife Marci Herges. Marci is the sister of Matt Herges a former pitch player. The duo first met in 2000 at the Dodgers and they introduced one another through Matt. They have four children Tugg and Ty the other two children’s names remain unknown.
Todd Hollandsworth Education
He attended Newport High School in Bellevue, Washington from where he graduated with a high school diploma. Todd was first drafted in the 1991 Major League Baseball draft in the 3rd round by the Los Angeles Dodgers out of high school. Moreover, he played in the minor league for four seasons where he batted .262 with 57 home runs and 245 runs batted in.
Todd Hollandsworth Baseball
Todd joined Los Angeles Dodgers in 2000 and participated in the 1995 National League Division Series with the Cincinnati Reds. He batted .233 with five home runs and thirteen RBIs and made 115 plate appearances with 103 official at-bats, allowing him to go into the 1996 season. Todd left the team in 2000.
He later moved to Colorado Rockies playing for the team for two-game seasons. Todd suffered a fouled ball off his shin but turned healthy in 2002 where he was later traded along with Dennys Reyes who was also a teammate player of Dodgers for Gabe Kapler and Jason Romano to the Texas Rangers. Upon joining the team he went on a fifteen-day disabled list due to his strained left quadriceps.
He played for Florida Marlins for one season game in 2003. Todd defeated San Francisco Giants in the 2003 National League Division Series and played in the 2003 National League Championship Series against Chicago Cubs. Moreover, signed with the Cubs as a fourth outfielder and left-handed bat off the bench.
However, he injured himself while playing against the crosstown rival Chicago White Sox on June 27, 2004 batting .318 with eight home runs and 22 RBIs. Todd was requested by Atlanta Braves on August 29, 2005, for minor league pitchers along with Angelo Burrows.
Before he returned he signed a minor league deal with the Cleveland Indians in 2006 and was later purchased by the contending Cincinnati Reds on August 9. He retired after the end-of-season games with the reds.
Todd Hollandsworth FOX Sports
He serves as the color analyst for Miami Marlins games on Fox Sports Florida since December 2016. Todd works along with Rich Waltz a play-by-play announcer since 2017. He teamed up with Paul Severino as Marlins announcers for Bally Sports Florida after one season. He was later replaced by Tommy Hutton as the Marlins television analyst. Prior to that, he worked as a pre-and-post-game analyst for CSN Chicago’s Cubs telecasts from 2009 to 2016. He worked along with David Kaplan.
Previously, during the 2008 baseball season, he worked as a regular contributor to the Chicago Cubs baseball season at Comcast Sports Net Chicago.
Some of Todd’s colleagues at Fox Sports include:
Ben Verlander – MLB Sports Analyst
Dave Wannstedt – Sports Analyst
Spencer Tillman – College Football Analyst
Laura Okmin – Sideline Reporter
Melissa Rohlin – NBA Reporter
Mike Joy – lap-by-lap Voice
John Laguna – Sportscaster
Joe Goossen – Sports analyst
Todd Hollandsworth Salary
He is receiving decent pay as a color analyst at Fox Sports. Todd’s salary is $82,589 annually.
Todd Hollandsworth Net Worth
He has played at the MLB teams for 11 years and has spent over a decade as a sportscaster, there is no doubt he has managed to gather decent fortune. Todd’s estimated net worth is $2.5 Million.
Where Is Todd Hollandsworth
Todd has been serving as the color analyst for Miami Marlins games on Fox Sports Florida since December 2016. Todd works along with Rich Waltz a play-by-play announcer since 2017. Prior to that, he worked as a pre-and-post-game analyst for CSN Chicago’s Cubs telecasts from 2009 to 2016.
What Is the Net Worth Of Todd Hollandsworth
Todd has played at the MLB teams for 11 years and has spent over a decade as a sportscaster, there is no doubt he has managed to gather decent fortune. Todd’s estimated net worth is $2.5 Million.