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Al Hrabosky Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Bally Sports Midwest

Al Hrabosky Biography

Al Hrabosky is a former Major League Baseball player. He played for the Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals, and Atlanta Braves from 1970–1982.

Currently, Hrabosky serves on the Cardinals’ regular season broadcasts on Bally Sports Midwest as the color commentator.

Additionally, He also works for Fox Sports Net and hosts his own sports radio show as a color commentator. Al due to his unusual last name and colorful character has the nickname The Mad Hungarian.

Al Hrabosky Age

Al Hrabosky was born in Oakland, California, United States, on July 21, 1949. He is 73 years old.

Al Hrabosky Height

Hrabosky is a man of above-average stature and stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 11 inches (Approx. 1.8 m).

Al Hrabosky Education

He attended Savanna High School in Anaheim, California for his high school education. While there, Hrabosky played both football and baseball. Later, Al enrolled at Cal State Fullerton. At the age of 20, He made his major league debut, pitching a scoreless inning against the San Diego Padres.

Al Hrabosky Family

Al was born and raised by his caring parents in Oakland, California. Hrabosky belongs to mixed ethnicity and holds Hungarian. However, there is no information on his parents and/or siblings in the media. We will update you on this section as soon as we have clear facts.

Al Hrabosky Wife

He is married to his loving and caring wife called June. The duo shares four daughters namely  Nickie, Kim, Tiffany, and Lisa. The couple is also proud grandparents of Ford and West.

Al Hrabosky Salary

Al receives an annual salary of $92,543 per year.

Al Hrabosky Net Worth

Hrabosky has an approximate net worth of $3 million.

Al Hrabosky Career

In 1969, the Cardinals made Him their first-round choice. Within a year, at the age of 20, Al, pitching a scoreless inning against the San Diego Padres made his major league debut. During his tenure with the Cardinals, He became a fan favorite for his antics on the mound.

In 1975 He led the National League in saves with 22 en route to winning the Sporting News “NL Fireman of the Year” award. Al with an ERA of just 1.67 also finished the season with a career-high in wins posting a 13–3 record.

After eight seasons in St. Louis, the Cardinals traded Al to the Kansas City Royals in a swap of closers for Mark Littell. Following just two years with the Royals, He became released and signed with the Atlanta Braves.

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