Chuck Knoblauch


Quick Facts

Full Name Edward Charles Knoblauch
Birth Date 7 July 1968
Birth Place Houston, Texas, U.S.A
Nick Name Knobby or Skippy
Religion Not available
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Education  Texas A&M University
Horoscope Cancer
Father’s Name Ray Knoblauch
Mother’s Name Linda Knoblauch
Siblings Not available
Age 54 Years Old
Height 5’9″ (1.80 m)
Weight Not available
Shoe Size Not available
Hair Color White
Eye Color Black
Body Measurement Not available
Build Muscular
Married No
Girlfriends No
Former Spouses Lisa Johnson, Stacey Victoria Stelmach, Cheri Lynn
Profession Major League Baseball (MLB), Retired
Position Second Baseman and Left fielder
Net Worth $5 million
Franchises Minnesota Twins (1991-1997), New York Yankees (1998-2001), Kansas City Royals (2002)
Jersey Number 11 (New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, Kansas City Royals)
World Series 1991, 1998, 1999, 2000
Social Media Twitter
Merch Autographed ItemsBaseball GearsBowman Rookie Card
Play Style Batted: Right, Threw: Right
Agents  Louis Gregory • Previously: Randy Hendricks, Alan Hendricks
National Team USA (College)
Pronunciation of his name \NOB-lock\
Last Game September 27, 2002 (at the age of 33)
Last Update  August, 2022

American former professional baseball player Chuck Knoblauch. Additionally, Chuck Knoblauch played baseball for the Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees, and Kansas City Royals between 1991 and 2002.

Age & Birth Information

On July 7, 1968, in Houston, Texas, Chuck Knoblauch was born in the United States. Chuck’s birth certificate indicates that he is 54 years old and an American citizen.

He was also born under the sign of Cancer, and it is unknown what ethnicity he belongs to. He was reared by his parents Ray and Linda Knoblauch (mother) and also was up in a baseball family; both his father and his uncle, Eddie, managed and participated in minor league baseball.

Education Background

He joined the Bellaire High School baseball team in an attempt to catch the eye of MLB scouts. Later, he was selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 1986 MLB Draft; however, he transferred to Texas A&M University in College Station to play baseball there rather than signing with them.

Height & Weight

Chuck Knoblauch measures 5 feet 9 inches in height and 79 kg in weight. He also has black hair and blue eyes, and there is no information available regarding the rest of his physical characteristics.

Professional Life

Chuck Knoblauc is a Professional Baseball Player(Source: Instagram)
  • Chuck Knoblauch’s Major League Baseball career would have started in 1986 if he had agreed to work for the Philadelphia Phillies. Regardless, the Minnesota Twins selected him in the first round of the 1989 MLB Draft, where he began his professional career.
  • His debut campaign with the Twins was therefore nothing short of sensational. In his first year as a professional, he earned the World Series and American League Rookie of the Year awards.
  • After that, he remained with the Minnesota team for an additional six years. In an effort to get rid of three-time World Series champion Lonnie Smith in Game 7 of the World Series, he appeared to start a double play on a Terry Pendleton hit. In three consecutive seasons, Chuck also stole more than 40 bases.
  • But following the 1997 campaign, he made a transfer request because he didn’t think the Minnesota Twins could help him win another World Series. The legendary New York Yankees acquired him in a trade.
  • In this example, the Minnesota Twins gained two future All-Stars in Eric Milton and Cristian Guzman, therefore the deal benefited both Chuck and the Twins. The Yankees won three World Series titles under his direction in a span of four years.

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Career Information

  • In Game 3 of the 1999 World Series, he also scored the winning run. He hit a two-run home run later in the game to tie the score in the eighth inning. The Yankees went on to win both the game and the series.
  • In Game 5 of the 2001 World Series, he scored the game-winning run to give the Yankees a 3-2 series lead. The Arizona Diamondbacks, who won their fourth straight World Series, defeated the Yankees in the series 4-3.
  • The Kansas City Royals later acquired him in a trade, capping his professional career. Despite the fact that he was unable to have a happy ending, everyone in baseball commended the man for his efforts in the baseball arena after his retirement.

Net worth & Source of Income

He has won many accolades and recognitions throughout his baseball career. He won four World Series championships (1991, 1998, 1999, and 2000), four All-Star selections (1992, 1994, 1996, and 1997), the AL Rookie of the Year award (1991), two Silver Slugger Awards (1995, 1997), and one Gold Glove Award (1995, 1997). (1997). He has not revealed his salary or other sources of income, but as a former baseball star, he has an estimated net worth of $22 million.

Relationship Status

Chuck Knoblauch is presently single after three previous marriages. He originally wed Lisa Johnson in 1995, but their union lasted just four years before ending in divorce in 1999. In 2002, he wed Stacey Victoria Stelmach. However, Chuck divorced his wife in 2010 after eight years of marriage, as he had done before.

Chuck Knoblauch with his wife(Source: Instagram)

He eventually wed Cheri Lynn, but their marriage lasted just two years before they split up. The couple’s two children are named Charleigh Knoblauch and Jake Knoblauch.