Daniel Bard Wiki, Bio, Height, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Girlfriend and Career

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Daniel Bard was born on 25 June 1985 in Houston, Texas, United States. Now, He is 36 years old . He was born and raised with His family in Houston, Texas, United States.

Daniel Bard Bio and Wiki

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Daniel Bard Age, Birthdate, Religion, Debut and Birthplace

He grew up with His family & friends in Houston, Texas, United States. Since His childhood He was very intelligent. Daniel Bard is 36 years old .

Date of Birth 25 June 1985
Age 36 years old
Birthplace Houston, Texas, United States
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Hometown Houston, Texas, United States
Hobby Gaming
Nationality (Country) United States
Zodiac Sign Cancer
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Daniel Bard Height, Weight and Body Measurements

Daniel Bard height in Feet: 4 feet 9 inch
Meter: 1.45m
CentiMeters: 144.8cm tall and He weight is Pound: 135 lbs
Kilograms: 61.5 KG. Daniel Bard body measurements are 34-26-32 and He has a great body shape.

His hair color is French Roast and He has a gorgeous eye with Blue color.

Height Feet: 4 feet 9 inch
Meter: 1.45m
CentiMeters: 144.8cm
Weight Pound: 135 lbs
Kilograms: 61.5 KG
Body Measurement 34-26-32
Hair Color French Roast
Eye Color Blue

Daniel Bard Net Worth, Salary and Monthly Income

Daniel Bard net worth is $1 Million – $2 Million USD, He is very passionate about His profession. He believes that His profession is His religion.

Daniel Bard monthly income is $21000 – $23000 USD and His earning sources are advertisements, brand deals, business, etc.

Net Worth $1 Million – $2 Million USD
Net Worth (Previous Year) $90k – $100k USD
Salary (Monthly Income) $21000 – $23000 USD

Daniel Bard, Wife, Girlfriend, Children, Siblings and Family

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Marital Status Married
Wife Adair Sturdivant (m. 2010)
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Daniel Bard Favorite Thing

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Favorite Car Bugatti Chiron
Favorite Color Yellow
Favorite Place Dubai
Favorite Book The Trial by Franz Kafka
Favorite Movie The Matrix (1999)
Favorite Song Stayin Alive
Favorite Food Apfelstrudel
Favorite Sport Golf
Favorite Perfume Versace
Favorite Pet Ants

Daniel Bard Career and Unknown Facts

In February 2020, Bard threw for scouts, and announced he was going to attempt a comeback. On February 22, 2020, Bard signed a minor league deal with the Colorado Rockies, and was subsequently assigned to their Triple-A team, the Albuquerque Isotopes.

His brother, Luke, played college baseball at Georgia Tech and was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the first round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft. Luke Bard made his major league debut for the Los Angeles Angels on March 31, 2018.

On June 11, 2017, Bard signed a minor league deal with the New York Mets. He made a single appearance with the GCL Mets, allowing four earned runs in two-thirds of an innings.

Bard retired on October 3, 2017. He was hired by the Arizona Diamondbacks on February 1, 2018, to serve as a franchise player mentor.

On January 11, 2016, Bard signed a minor league deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates. After failing to make a minor league appearance, Bard was released on May 14, 2016. On June 6, 2016, Bard signed a minor league deal with the St. Louis Cardinals. He made eight minor league appearances for the Palm Beach Cardinals during the 2016 season, allowing eight earned runs in three innings pitched. He then made 10 appearances for the Springfield Cardinals in 2017, allowing 10 earned runs in ​8  ⁄3 innings. He was released on May 18, 2017.

The Chicago Cubs signed Bard to a minor-league deal on January 18, 2015. He did not appear in any games during the 2015 season. Bard became a free agent after the 2015 season.

On January 31, 2014, Bard signed with the Texas Rangers. He inexplicably lost command of his pitches, walking nine and hitting seven batters while recording two outs in a stint for the Rangers’ Single-A club. On June 19, 2014, Bard was released by the Rangers.

Bard started the 2013 season in the team’s Double-A affiliate in Portland. He was recalled on April 23 and made two appearances, allowing one earned run in a total of one inning pitched; these would be his final major league appearances for Boston. On April 28, he was optioned back to Portland to make room for returning reliever Joel Hanrahan. He was designated for assignment on September 1.

On September 4, 2013, Bard was claimed off waivers by the Chicago Cubs from the Red Sox. He became a free agent on December 2, 2013, after being non-tendered by the Cubs.

Bard threw four pitches. About half of his pitches thrown were four-seam fastballs in the range of 92–96 mph. He also featured a two-seam fastball (93–97), slider (79–83), and changeup (86–89). He could touch and break 100mph with the two-seamer. Bard’s changeup was used almost exclusively against left-handed hitters. He used the slider against lefties as well, but much more so against right-handers. Bard’s velocity on all of his pitch types dipped several miles per hour in 2012, presumably as a result of his conversion from a relief pitcher to a starter. Bard said he was mildly surprised, but not alarmed by the drop: "I knew there’d be somewhat of a drop-off, velocity-wise, when I went to starting. I didn’t think it would be quite this big … When I’m 93, 94, they’re just as late as they were on that 97. I think it’s the way I’ve been able to set it up. If I can just establish strike one a little more consistently, the velocity can be whatever it wants to be."

The Red Sox made Bard a starting pitcher for 2012. He started the season 5–6 with a 5.24 ERA, striking out 34 while walking 37 and hitting eight batters. On June 5, 2012, Bard was optioned to AAA Pawtucket. In his last start prior to his demotion, he lasted 1.2 innings against the Toronto Blue Jays, giving up five runs, six walks, and hitting two batters. Bard continued to struggle in AAA, surrendering 15 walks and posting a 7.08 ERA in ​20  ⁄3 innings through the end of July. Bard was recalled on August 30 when Zach Stewart was optioned out.

Bard’s season, like that of his team, came to a crushing end. After dazzling for most of 2011, Bard had a terrible last month of the year: "He finished September 0–4 with a 10.64 ERA, issuing more walks (nine) than he had in the previous three months combined (eight). Based on win probability added, the player most responsible for Boston’s collapse was Bard."

Bard began the 2009 season with the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox. He faced 58 batters in 16 innings, giving up six hits and striking out 29. Of those six hits, two were home runs.

On May 10, 2009, Red Sox pitcher Javier López was designated for assignment, and Bard was called up from Triple-A. On May 13, 2009, he made his major-league debut against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, pitching two scoreless innings in an 8–4 loss.

Remaining in the bullpen during 2008, Bard split time between the Greenville Drive and Portland Sea Dogs. He posted a 1.51 ERA and had 107 strikeouts in ​77  ⁄3 innings of work, and was named the 2008 Minor League Pitcher of the Year by the Red Sox.

Drafted as a starting pitcher, Bard spent the 2007 season in the same role, starting all 22 of his appearances with the Greenville Drive and Lancaster JetHawks. Unfortunately for Bard, the results were disastrous: He posted a 7.05 ERA between the two levels, and walked 78 batters in ​75  ⁄3 innings pitched. Because of the poor success starting, at the end of the 2007 season he was moved into the bullpen to pitch as a reliever. While pitching out of the bullpen for the Honolulu Sharks of the Hawaii Winter Baseball league, Bard put up a 1.08 ERA in 16 appearances. His control remained an issue, but with some improvement.

On June 6, 2006, Bard was selected in the first round (28th overall) of the 2006 MLB draft by the Boston Red Sox. On September 4, Bard signed with the team. He admitted he had enrolled in classes at the University of North Carolina as a backup plan in case a deal with the Red Sox was not finalized in time. Bard had been previously selected in the 20th round with the 604th overall selection out of high school by the New York Yankees in the 2003 MLB draft, but did not sign.

For the 2005 season, Bard was named preseason first-team All-America by Baseball America and was named preseason third-team All-America by Collegiate Baseball and by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. Bard went 7–5 with a 4.22 ERA in 16 starts. and was third in the ACC in opponents’ batting average at .219. He was named to the Roger Clemens Award watch list.

Bard was a second-team summer All-American selection in the 2005 Cape Cod League after a successful summer with the Wareham Gatemen, where he led the league in innings pitched and strikeouts, while finishing third in ERA. Bard and fellow North Carolina left-hander Andrew Miller were rated the top two prospects in the Cape Cod League. Bard and Miller led North Carolina to the College World Series, where they lost to Oregon State, two games to one. He finished his junior year with a 9–4 record and a 3.64 ERA in 17 starts. He earned ACC pitcher of the week honors twice during the 2006 season.

At the midpoint of the 2004 season, Baseball America named Bard the top freshman pitcher in the U.S., and gave him Freshman All-America honors. For his season’s work, Bard was named to the Baseball America All-Freshman second team, and was named a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball. He was Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) freshman of the year, and earned first-team all-conference honors. In 16 games pitched, Bard was 8–4 with a 3.88 earned run average (ERA); his eight wins tied the North Carolina Tar Heels baseball freshman record.

Daniel Paul Bard (born June 25, 1985) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Colorado Rockies organization. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Boston Red Sox from 2009 to 2013. In 2011, Bard set a Red Sox club record with 25 consecutive scoreless appearances. His highest velocity pitch was 102 miles per hour (164 km/h).

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How old Daniel Bard is?

Ans. Daniel Bard is 36 years old .

What is the birthdate of Daniel Bard?

Ans. He was born on 25 June 1985.

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