|Birth Name:||Darren Christopher O'Day|
|Birth Place:||Jacksonville, Florida|
|Date of Birth:||22/10/1982|
|Age:||36 years old|
|Children:||University of Florida|
The American professional baseballer, Darren Christopher O’Day who is commonly known as Darren O’day was born on October 22, 1982. Daren is the baseball relief pitcher for the Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball with an astounding net worth of $50 million.
The 35-year-old Darren is married to his beautiful wife, Elizabeth and shares two children -Claire and Dane together. Besides that, Darren has signed a contract with the Baltimore Orioles of $31 million.
O’Day debuted in the MLB on March 31, 2008, for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Darren has played for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, New York Mets, Texas Rangers, and Baltimore Orioles.
Darren has earned massive net worth and accolades including Act of Valor award in 2017.
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Some of Darren’s most prominent statistics include a win-loss record stat of 36-18, an earned run average stat of 2.55, and strikeouts stat of 560. Likewise, the former Texas Rangers pitcher has four appearances in the 2010 World Series for the Texas Rangers, playing alongside star outfielder Josh Hamilton.
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Darren O’Day signed a 4-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles which includes $31,000,000 guaranteed. Likewise, O’Day earns an astounding average salary of $7,750,000 annually from the signed contract. Furthermore, the right-handed submarine relief pitcher is earning a base salary of $9,000,000 in 2018. The adjusted salary of Darren with the Atlanta Braves is $2,999,994.
The O’Day family leads a lavish and luxurious lifestyle earned from his profession. Likewise, the Baltimore Orioles reliever, Darren earns a handsome salary has amassed about $33.4 million from the eleven season contract. Likewise, Darren has a breathtaking net worth of $50 million.
Florida-born Darren O’Day’s original family name was Odachowski. The 35-year-old O’Day walked down the aisle with the famous Fox News correspondent, Elizabeth Prann in 2010 in Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta, Georgia. Besides being a southeast journalist for Fox, Prann is a University of Florida alumna.
The FOX News journalist, Elizabeth is married to Orioles baseball player Darren O’Day.
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The wonderful couple shares two adorable babies, daughter, Claire O’Day, and Dane Feller O’Day together. The first child of parents, Darren and Elizabeth, Claire was born in December 2014. Their son Dane was born in 2017.
The parents of two children, Darren and Elizabeth live a luxurious and lavish lifestyle.
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Darren is a devoted husband to wife, Elizabeth and caring father to adorable daughter, Claire O’Day. Likewise, the family shares a strong and intimate bond together. Furthermore, on June 17, 2018, wife Elizabeth retweeted an adorable video of the daughter Claire interviewing her father for Father’s Day.
How’s this for a #FathersDay gift?
WATCH Claire O’Day interview her dad, Darren, and ask all the important questions. ? pic.twitter.com/JzWOQaWFVi
— Orioles on MASN (@masnOrioles) June 17, 2018
Despite being in the journalism field and being circulated by cameras all the time, Elizabeth and her husband, Darren live a private life with less to no media intervention. However, the Fox Journalist and mother of 4-year-old, Elizabeth scoops some of her private life pictures on her social media. Likewise, Prann admits to not being able to gracefully balance the motherhood, reporting the news and being a wife.
According to the manager Buck Showalter, Darren will have hamstring surgery after the end of the season. The Orioles reliever, Darren’s MRI revealed a Garde 2 strain on his left hamstring. Besides that, Darrem is the second Orioles reliever to have second-ending surgery.
O’Day had been dealing with hamstring problems recently and was unavailable in the first two games of the series. However, the final straw on O’Day hamstring came when Darren grabbed the back of his leg while trying to field a bunt in the seventh inning.
The natural healing process route after his surgery would take 10-12 weeks which will effectively end his season in any circumstance.