Todd Zeile Biography
Todd Zeile is a former Major League Baseball third baseman, catcher, and first baseman from the United States (MLB). From 1989 through 2004, he played for the St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs, Baltimore Orioles, Los Angeles Dodgers, and many other teams. He attended UCLA and played collegiate baseball mostly as a catcher. He currently works for SportsNet New York as a pre-and post-game reporter for the New York Mets.
Todd Zeile Age
In Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California, USA, Todd Zeile was born on September 9, 1965. He is 57 years old.
Todd Zeile Hight
Todd stands at a height of 6 ft 1 in/1.85 m tall.
Todd Zeile Family
Todd’s parents raised him in Van Nuys, Los Angeles County, California. He is a direct descendant of John Quincy Adams and John Adams, both of whom were presidents. In addition, he is Brooke Adams’ cousin. Todd is of Caucasian ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Todd Zeile Wife
Todd married Julianne McNamara, an Olympic champion and the first American gymnast to score a perfect 10.0 at the Olympics, in 1989. Garrett, Hannah, Aaron, and Ian are the couple’s four children. Hannah Zeile, His daughter, plays a girl named Kate Pearson on the TV show This is Us. Todd and Julianne divorced in January of this year. On June 27, 2020, he wed Kristin Gamboa, a minor league manager and the daughter of former big league manager Tom Gamboa.
Todd Zeile’s Child
Hannah Todd, Todd’s daughter, was born on November 7, 1997. She was best known for her portrayal as little Kate Pearson in the NBC drama This Is Us. Hannah has Type 1 diabetes, hence her parents are particularly involved in juvenile diabetes research organizations.
Todd Zeile Education
Todd was a standout student-athlete at William S. Hart High School in Santa Clarita, California. He later graduated from UCLA, where he mostly played collegiate baseball as a catcher.
Todd Zeile Salary
Todd receives an annual salary of $83,657.
Todd Zeile Net Worth
Todd’s accumulated net worth is $2 million.
Todd Zeile Career
Todd presently works for SportsNet New York as a pre-and post-game reporter for the New York Mets. He signed a contract with the New York Mets, where he rejoined Piazza and moved to first base in 2000 when the Mets decided to replace John Olerud.
He was traded to the Rockies and returned to third base. He topped all National League third basemen in errors in 2002, with 21, while also having the league’s lowest fielding percentage. Todd returned to the New York Mets after deciding 2004 would be his final season.
As the most anticipated prospect of the year for the Cardinals, he made his major league debut in 1989. To make room for catcher Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis Cardinals manager Joe Torre thought Todd would be a more productive hitter and have a longer career if he moved to first base first and then to third base in 1990.