Collin Balester Wiki, Bio, Height, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Girlfriend and Career

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Collin Balester was born on 6 June 1986 in Huntington Beach, California, United States. Now, He is 35 years old . He was born and raised with His family in Huntington Beach, California, United States.

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Collin Balester Age, Birthdate, Religion, Debut and Birthplace

He grew up with His family & friends in Huntington Beach, California, United States. Since His childhood He was very intelligent. Collin Balester is 35 years old .

Date of Birth 6 June 1986
Age 35 years old
Birthplace Huntington Beach, California, United States
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Hometown Huntington Beach, California, United States
Hobby Fitness
Nationality (Country) United States
Zodiac Sign Gemini
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Collin Balester Height, Weight and Body Measurements

Collin Balester height in Feet: 4 feet 2 inch
Meter: 1.27m
CentiMeters: 127cm tall and He weight is Pound: 135 lbs
Kilograms: 61.5 KG. Collin Balester body measurements are 34-28-34 and He has a great body shape.

His hair color is Espresso and He has a gorgeous eye with Hazel color.

Height Feet: 4 feet 2 inch
Meter: 1.27m
CentiMeters: 127cm
Weight Pound: 135 lbs
Kilograms: 61.5 KG
Body Measurement 34-28-34
Hair Color Espresso
Eye Color Hazel

Collin Balester Net Worth, Salary and Monthly Income

Collin Balester net worth is $18 Million – $19 Million USD, He is very passionate about His profession. He believes that His profession is His religion.

Collin Balester monthly income is $15000 – $17000 USD and His earning sources are advertisements, brand deals, business, etc.

Net Worth $18 Million – $19 Million USD
Net Worth (Previous Year) $16 Million – $17.5 Million USD
Salary (Monthly Income) $15000 – $17000 USD

Collin Balester, Wife, Girlfriend, Children, Siblings and Family

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Wife Ashley Balester (m. 2009)
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Collin Balester Favorite Thing

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Favorite Car Rolls Royce
Favorite Color Maroon
Favorite Bike SUZUKI GSX-R1000R
Favorite Place Thailand
Favorite Book Ulysses by James Joyce
Favorite Movie Forrest Gump (1994)
Favorite Song Thrift Shop
Favorite Food Apfelstrudel
Favorite Sport Table Tennis
Favorite Perfume Hugo Boss
Favorite Pet Ants

Collin Balester Career and Unknown Facts

On April 20, 2017, Balester signed with the Wichita Wingnuts of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. He was released on May 9, 2017.

On May 16, 2017, Balester signed a minor league deal with the Giants. He elected free agency on November 6, 2017.

On December 20, 2016, Balester signed a minor league contract with the Detroit Tigers. He was released on March 29, 2017.

Balester was traded to the Cincinnati Reds on June 19, 2015. On August 23, 2015, Balester was promoted to the Reds. He elected free agency on November 4.

On December 18, 2015, Balester was signed by the Samsung Lions of the KBO League. He was released on May 18, 2016.

Balester signed with the Texas Rangers on November 28. He was assigned to the Triple-A Round Rock Express to begin the 2013 season. He pitched in the rotation in April but after a start on April 30, he was placed on the disabled list the next day with an elbow issue. On June 6, Balester underwent Tommy John surgery, ending his season and delaying his start to 2014.

Balester signed a minor league deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates on November 20, 2013.

In 2012, Balester was on the opening roster for the Tigers for the first time in his career. However, he was designated for assignment by Detroit on May 23.

In 2011, Balester was optioned again to Triple-A Syracuse to begin the season. On April 17, after throwing five scoreless innings for the Chiefs to begin the season, he was called up to replace Todd Coffey, who had been placed on the disabled list. He was optioned back to Syracuse on April 24, after making two appearances, allowing three runs. After Tom Gorzelanny was placed on the disabled list on May 28, Balester was recalled by the Nationals. At the time of his call-up, he had made 13 appearances with a 3.71 ERA and struck out 18 batters for Syracuse. He spent just one day with Washington as he was optioned back to Triple-A the next day without making an appearance, however, he was recalled again on June 15. He was designated for assignment on July 5. In eight games with the Nationals, he had a 4.61 ERA and a 1.683 WHIP. He was re-added to the 40-man roster on July 7, after the Nationals secured optional waivers for him, meaning they could take him off waivers, should a team try to claim him. On August 2, he was recalled by the Nationals, replacing Atahualpa Severino on the 25-man roster.

On December 9, 2011, Washington traded Balester to the Detroit Tigers for Ryan Perry.

On March 15, 2010, Balester was sent to minor league training camp, ensuring that he would start the 2010 season in Syracuse. To start the season, Balester recorded an 11.65 ERA in five starts for the Chiefs, prompting the Nationals to send him to extended spring training in order for him to convert to being a relief pitcher. On July 24, Balester was called up by the Nationals to replace Luis Atilano, who had been placed on the disabled list. That day, he came into the game to replace J. D. Martin and hit Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks in the head with a fastball. However, Weeks played the following day. Nine days later, Balester again hit a batter in the head, this time it was Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Mark Reynolds. Much like Weeks, Reynolds was fine, but Balester still commented that, "You don’t want to do that kind of stuff. It’s the second time I did that, but it’s one of those things you never want to have happen in your career. It’s obviously unintentional. It’s not a good situation to be in." On August 8, Balester was optioned back to Syracuse, only to be recalled on August 24, when Stephen Strasburg was placed on the disabled list. However, a day later, he was sent back down to Triple-A. Balester was recalled again for a third time on September 5. In 35 total games for Syracuse, he went 3–3 with a 5.87 ERA, while in 17 games for Washington, he went 0–1 with a 2.57 ERA.

In spring training 2009, Balester was part of a battle with Jordan Zimmermann and Shairon Martis for the final two spots in the Nationals rotation. However, he eventually lost the battle and was optioned to the Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs to begin the season. During Spring training, he went 1–1 with a 6.75 ERA, prompting Nationals manager Manny Acta to state that, "We need Collin to go down there and get some consistency on his command and three pitches. He took the news very well. He is going to go down there and work hard. I’m sure we are going to be seeing him this year and for years to come." On July 23, after Zimmermann was placed on the 15-day disabled list, Balester was called up to take his place in the rotation. On August 25, the Nationals signed Liván Hernández from free agency and to make room on the roster, optioned Balester to Triple-A. In seven starts for the Nationals in 2009, he went 1–4 with a 6.82 ERA. While with Syracuse, Balester strained a muscle on his left side, which ended his season. In 20 total starts with the Chiefs, he went 7–10 with a 4.44 ERA.

Balester and his wife, Ashley, have been married since 2009.

Balester was drafted by the Montreal Expos in 2004, making his professional debut that year. By 2007, he was considered a top prospect for the newly relocated Nationals, with him participating in that season’s All-Star Futures Game. On July 1, 2008, he made his MLB debut with the Nationals, winning in his debut as a starter, becoming the first Expo or National to do so since 1999. That season, he went on to make 14 starts for Washington, recording a 5.51 earned run average (ERA). In 2009, Balester began the season in Triple-A with the Syracuse Chiefs. He split the year between Syracuse and Washington, making a combined 27 starts. Balester was converted a relief pitcher the following season, in 2010, after struggling with Syracuse at the beginning of the year. In both 2010 and 2011, he would continue to split time between Syracuse and Washington before being designated for assignment in July 2011, before getting recalled a month later. The Nationals traded Balester to Detroit on December 9, 2011, for pitcher Ryan Perry.

Balester began the 2008 season with Columbus, going 9–3 with a 4.00 ERA in 15 starts for the club. He was called up from Triple-A Columbus on June 30, and made his debut the following day against the Florida Marlins. He pitched five innings, striking out three, and allowing one hit in a 9–6 Nationals win. With the win, he became the first Nationals starter to win his debut since Dan Smith did in 1999, when the team was still playing in Montreal. He started 14 more games for the Nationals, going 3–7 with a 5.51 ERA.

In 2007, he was named the top prospect in the entire Nationals organization. Balester started the season with Harrisburg, where he finished the previous year. On July 7, Balester was named to the Team USA roster for the All-Star Futures Game at AT&T Park. A week after being named to the Futures Game roster, Balester was called up to the Triple-A Columbus Clippers. In 17 starts for Harrisburg, he went 2–7 with a 3.74 ERA and then in 10 starts for the Clippers, he went 2–3 with a 4.18 ERA. After the season, there were rumors that the Nationals could trade him to the Tampa Bay Rays, in exchange for outfielder Elijah Dukes.

Balester began the 2006 season with the High-A Potomac Nationals, where he got off to a bad start, going 1–3 with a 6.91 in nine starts. On the bad start, Balester said, "It kind of has been hard. I did so well last year. I think it’s going to be good for me that I am failing a little bit more so that I know how to fail. I know I can use this in the future." He also added that, "I get way too high expectations for myself and I’ve got to realize I am only 19 years old." In late August, after going 4–5 with a 5.20 ERA and a 1.521 WHIP in 22 starts for Potomac, Balester was called up to Double-A Harrisburg. According to the Washington Times, Balester had already booked a flight home to Huntington Beach, expecting to not receive a call-up to Double-A. In three starts for Harrisburg, he went 1–0 with a 1.83 ERA.

Before the 2005 season, the Expos relocated to Washington and became the Washington Nationals. Baseball America also named Balester the 10th best prospect in the Nationals organization and listed him as having the best fastball of any minor leaguer in their system, which could be thrown at a maximum of 95 miles per hour. To begin the season, Balester joined the Class-A Savannah Sand Gnats and made his debut for the club on April 11, giving up just three hits in six innings and being awarded with the win. In a start against the Greensboro Grasshoppers on July 10, Balester allowed just one hit in eight innings of work, prompting Greensboro News & Record columnist Bill Hass to claim that, "The young right-hander [Balester] turned the Hoppers hitters into traffic cones." On July 29, Baseball America mentioned Balester as a breakout player, along with infielder Kory Casto. In 24 games for Savannah, 23 of which were starts, he went 8–6 with a 3.67 ERA, and a 1.176 WHIP. After the season, Baseball America listed Balester as the second-best prospect in the Nationals system, behind third baseman Ryan Zimmerman.

Balester was drafted by the Montreal Expos in the fourth round of the 2004 Major League Baseball draft out of Huntington Beach High School. He was one of two high school players selected by the Expos in the 2004 Draft, with shortstop Ian Desmond being the other. After the draft, the Expos revealed that they hoped Balester could develop into a starting pitcher that would be in their rotation in three to five seasons. On July 10, Balester signed with the Expos and was assigned to the Rookie-level GCL Expos. In five games, he had a 1–2 win–loss record, a 2.19 ERA and a 1.014 WHIP.

Collin Thomas Balester (born June 6, 1986) is an American former professional baseball pitcher. He has played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Washington Nationals, Detroit Tigers, and Cincinnati Reds. Balester has also played for the Samsung Lions of the KBO League.

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Ans. Collin Balester is 35 years old .

What is the birthdate of Collin Balester?

Ans. He was born on 6 June 1986.

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