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Todd Hollandsworth

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Age 50
Birthday April 201973
Birth Sign Taurus
City Ohio
Country United States
Profession Baseball Player

Todd Hollandsworth is a famous Baseball Player, born on April 20, 1973 in United States. As of December 2022, Todd Hollandsworth’s net worth is $5 Million. He hit 98 home runs and tallied 401 RBIs during his career.

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Spouse Marci Herges
Children(s) Ty Hollandsworth, Tugg Hollandsworth

Todd Hollandsworth Biography

Outfielder who played for eight MLB teams from 1995 to 2006; named the National League Rookie of the Year in 1996 while playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Todd Mathew Hollandsworth (born April 20, 1973) is an American former professional baseball outfielder in Major League Baseball (MLB). In 1996, he won the National League Rookie of the Year Award, setting a record as the fifth consecutive Los Angeles Dodgers rookie to do so (preceded by Eric Karros, Mike Piazza, Raúl Mondesí, and Hideo Nomo)..

He married Marci Herges, a teammate’s sister, who he met in 2000.

Hollandsworth was born in Dayton, Ohio, and graduated from Newport High School in Bellevue, Washington, in 1991. He was drafted in the third round of the 1991 Major League Baseball draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers out of high school.

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Over four seasons in the Dodgers’ farm system, Hollandsworth displayed decent power. He batted .262 with 57 home runs & 245 runs batted in, including a 1994 season with the Pacific Coast League’s Albuquerque Dukes in which he clubbed nineteen home runs with 91 RBIs.

Todd Hollandsworth Net Worth

Todd Hollandsworth is one of the richest Baseball Player & listed on most popular Baseball Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Todd Hollandsworth‘s net worth $5 Million.

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He played high school baseball for Newport High School in Washington, before being selected in the 3rd round of the 1991 draft.

Over four seasons in the Dodgers’ farm system, Hollandsworth displayed decent power. He batted .262 with 57 home runs & 245 runs batted in, including a 1994 season with the Pacific Coast League’s Albuquerque Dukes in which he clubbed nineteen home runs with 91 RBIs.

A lack of outfield depth earned Hollandsworth a spot on the 1995 Dodgers opening day roster. He made just six appearances as a late inning defensive replacement for Billy Ashley in left field before breaking a bone in his right wrist. After a brief stint in Albuquerque, he returned to the Dodgers, and went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored against the Florida Marlins in his first start on July 14. He also turned in a fine defensive play to preserve the no-hitter Dodgers pitcher Ramón Martínez hurled. On July 18, he hit his first career home run against the Houston Astros’ Shane Reynolds. A few innings later, Reynolds served up his second career home run. All told, Hollandsworth batted .233 with five home runs & thirteen RBIs in 1995. He made 115 plate appearances with 103 official at bats, allowing him to go into the 1996 season with his rookie status still intact. He went hitless in the 1995 National League Division Series with the Cincinnati Reds.

Hollandsworth got off to a slow start in 1996. An 0-for-3 performance against the rival San Francisco Giants on April 16 punctuated a 1-for-25 slump that saw his batting average drop to a season low .111. From there, Hollandsworth went on a tear. He went twelve for his next 25 to raise his batting average to .288. He hit his first home run of the season on May 11, and like his first home run the previous season, a second home run followed in the same game. For the season, he led all NL rookies in hits (139), doubles (26), home runs (tied with Jermaine Dye, 12), RBIs (59) & stolen bases (21) on his way to winning NL Rookie of the Year honors. While the Dodgers were swept in three games by the Atlanta Braves in the 1996 National League Division Series, Hollandsworth had an excellent series. He went 4-for-12 with three doubles.

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According to our records, Todd Hollandsworth married to Marci Herges. As of May 2022, Todd Hollandsworth’s is not dating anyone.

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Todd is married to Marci Herges, the sister of his former teammate, pitcher Matt Herges. The two were introduced to one another through Herges while both were with the Dodgers in 2000. Todd & Marci have four children.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Baseball Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Todd Hollandsworth celebrates birthday on April 20 of every year.

During the off-season, the Dodgers signed free agent center fielder Devon White, prompting Hollandsworth to request a trade. His request went ungranted, and despite his undefined, limited role in 1999, Hollandsworth put up his best numbers since his rookie season. Finding his way into the line-up in all three outfield positions, first base & designated hitter during interleague play, Hollandsworth batted .284 with nine home runs & 32 RBIs, all career highs since his rookie season.

He began the 2000 season platooning with White in center & batting lead-off. With a tight three team race going on in the National League West, Dodgers brass felt they needed to acquire more of a true lead off batter at the trade deadline. On July 31, Hollandsworth & two minor leaguers were shipped to the Colorado Rockies for former Dodger prospect center fielder Tom Goodwin.

He returned healthy in 2002, and after a slow start, batted .326 with six home runs & twenty RBIs in May. Though he still batted over .300 in both June & July, his power numbers dipped, and he was once again on the move at the trade deadline. He & Dennys Reyes, who was also a teammate with the Dodgers, were traded to the Texas Rangers for Gabe Kapler & Jason Romano though neither team was in contention. Almost immediately after joining his new club, Hollandsworth strained his left quadriceps, and went on the fifteen day disabled list. In 39 games for the Rangers, Hollandsworth batted .258 with five home runs & nineteen RBIs. His 67 combined RBIs between his two clubs were a career high.

Regardless, the formula worked. The Marlins went 75-49 with McKeon at the helm, and captured the NL Wild Card by four games over the Houston Astros. After defeating the San Francisco Giants in the 2003 National League Division Series, the Marlins faced the Chicago Cubs in the 2003 National League Championship Series. Hollandsworth made three pinch hitting appearances, collecting a hit in all three at bats, driving in a run & scoring two.

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