Scott Rolen Bio

(Baseball player)

Relationship Statistics of Scott Rolen

What is Scott Rolen marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did Scott Rolen get married ? (married date):February 02, 2002
How many children does Scott Rolen have ? (name):Two(Finn and Raine)
Is Scott Rolen having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Scott Rolen gay ?: No
Who is Scott Rolen wife ? (name):Nikki Warner

More about the relationship

Scott Rolen is happily married to Nikki Warner. They married in the year 2002 on 2nd February.

Together they have two children. Their son Finn was born in 2007 and daughter Raine was born in 2004.

Similarly, they spend time in Indiana and Florida every offseason. Both the husband and wife are involved in charity. They work with charitable organizations. As of 2020, they are successfully married for 18 years and the family of four live together.

Who is Scott Rolen?

Scott Bruce Rolen is an American former professional baseball third baseman who played in Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays, and Cincinnati Reds.

He was seven-time All-Star, eight-time Gold Glove winner, and the 1997 National League Rookie of the Year. Rolen was hired as Director of Player Development for Indiana University’s baseball team on 18th July 2018.

Scott Rolen: Parents, Siblings, Family

Rolen was born as Scott Bruce Rolen on April 4, 1975, Evansville, Indiana, United States. His father’s name is Ed Rolen. Likewise, his mother’s name is Linda Rolen. He has a brother and sister. His brother’s name is Todd Rolen and his sister’s name is Kristie Role.

Scott Rolen: Education

He completed his schooling at the Jasper High School in Jasper, Indiana.

Scott Rolen: Professional Life, Career

Scott was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2nd round of the 1993 amateur draft. On 29th July 2002, Rolen and Doug Nickle were traded by Philadelphia to the St. Louis Cardinals for Placido Polanco, Mike Timlin, and Bud Smith.

Scott’s 2004 season was one of the best seasons he played. He finished the year with a career-high .314 batting average, 34 home runs, and 124 RBIs.

On 12th January 2008, he was sent to the Toronto Blue Jays for Troy Glaus. He finished the 2008 year with a .262 batting average, 11 home runs, and 50 RBI.

Similarly, on 31st July 2009, he was traded to the Cincinnati Reds along with cash consideration. He started the 2010 season and hit his 300th career home run on 28th June 2010.

Likewise, he has .281 batting average as well as a .365 on-base percentage and a .491 slugging percentage. Scott announced his retirement and did not attend the 2013 spring training.

On 18th July 2018, he was hired as the Director of Player Development for Indiana University baseball.

Scott Rolen: Awards, Nominations

  • 1993 Selected to the Indiana Basketball All-Star Team
  • 1993 Mr. Baseball (Indiana)
  • 1997 NL Rookie of the Year
  • 8-time National League 3B Gold Glove Award (1998, 2000–04, 2006, 2010)
  • 7-time National League All-Star (2002–2006, 2010, 2011)
  • National League Silver Slugger (2002)

Scott Rolen: Net Worth, Salary

Scott has an estimated net worth of $55 million according to Celebrity Net Worth. He signed a two-year contract with Cincinnati Reds worth $13 million. He received an average salary of $6,500,000.

Scott has a house in Holmes Beach, Florida. Previously, he had a house in Huntleigh, Missouri where he lived till 2008.

Scott Rolen: Rumors, Controversy/Scandal

There were rumors spread that the move of Scott Rolen to the Blue Jays in January 2008 was regretted by John Mozeliak. A rift between Rolen and then-manager Tony La Russa drove the deal, not because of baseball-specific reasons.

Body Measurements

Scott has blonde hair and hazel eyes. He is 6 feet and 4 inches tall and weighs around 111 kg.

Social Media

Scott is not active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. But there are some fan pages made in his name.

 

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