Quinton McCracken is a retired American professional baseball player. Quinton McCracken also spent all or part of 12 seasons in Major League Baseball. On March 31, 1998, he became the first center fielder and batter for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
|Real name||Quinton McCracken|
|Date of birth||August 16, 1970|
|Birthplace||Southport North Carolina|
|Date of birth||Sunday|
|Net worth 2022||$1-10 million|
Quinton McCracken Biography
Quinton McCracken was born on October 16, 1970 in Southport, North Carolina, USA. He is 51 years old and has American nationality according to his birth certificate.
Quinton was born under the sign of Leo and his ethnic background is unknown. Apart from that, the former player has not released any information regarding his parents, siblings or childhood life.
Quinton McCracken Education
In the field of education, he attended South Brunswick High School, where he was a novice running back and free safety in football, a starting point guard in basketball, a baseball star, and a track runner.
As a senior, he led his baseball team to a 29-0 record and the state championship in 1988. USA Today placed the team sixth in the country that year. This man recently graduated from Duke University.
Quinton McCracken height and weight
This former baseball player is 1.80 m tall and weighs about 83 kg. Furthermore, Quinton has black short hair and brown eyes, and there is no information about his other body measurements.
After graduation, Quinton McCracken was selected in the 25th round by the Colorado Rockies in their inaugural draft in 1992. As a September draft, he made his major league debut on September 17, 1995, striking out in his lone at bat in three games.
He hit .290 in 283 at bats in 1996, mostly in midfield. In 1997, he stole a career-high 28 bases and raised his batting average to .292.
On November 18, 1997, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays selected Quinton as the second overall pick in the 1997 Major League Baseball expansion draft, and he would be their starting center fielder for the 1998 season.
He had his best season to date, playing in 155 games, hitting .292 with seven homeruns and 59 RBI, and was named the first-ever most valuable player of the Devil Rays. Quinton was limited to 40 games in 1999 due to an ACL injury, and he spent most of 2000 with Triple-A Durham in the minors.
On November 27, 2000, he was released by the Devil Rays. The St. Louis Cardinals signed him on December 22. He was released during spring training. On April 13, 2001, he signed a contract with the Minnesota Twins. He spent most of the season in Triple-A, hitting .338 for Edmonton.
He was a free agent after the season, signing with the Arizona Diamondbacks on January 9, 2002.
In 2003, he hit .288 in 55 games for the Arizona Diamondbacks. His .309 batting average helped the Diamondbacks win NL West, despite playing the entire season with the big league-club. After the season, he re-signed as a free agent with Arizona.
Quinton McCracken’s net worth in 2022
Despite this, he has achieved a lot of fame and fortune during his baseball career. Still, he has yet to earn a major championship. Based on his appearance, we can predict that he will receive some in the coming days.
However, he has not released any information regarding his net worth, salary or income. His net worth is estimated by some online media to be between $1 million and $5 million.
Quinton McCracken Wife, Marriage
He married Maggie Moskal on January 29, 2005. The couple have a son named Isaiah Cicero McCracken as a result of their marriage. In addition, his wife, Maggie, was a cast member of VH1’s Baseball Wives.
His family is currently living happily and there are no signs of separation. At the moment, this baseball player is not involved in any controversy or rumours.