Tim McIntosh Biography: Age, Net Worth, Height, Family

His estimated current net worth is between $500,000 and $600,000.

Tim McIntosh

Do you know Who is Tim McIntosh?

Tim McIntosh, an American baseball player, has retired from the game. Tim McIntosh previously played outfield and catcher. He is currently employed by Fazendin Realtors as a Real Estate Salesperson.

Quick Fact Tim McIntosh

Full Name:Tim McIntosh
Age:56 years old
Birthday:March 21, 1965
Birthplace:Minneapolis, Minnesota
Marital Status:Divorce
Net Worth:$600,000
Height:5 feet 11 inches
Profession:Baseball Player

Tim Net worth, Earnings

His current net worth is estimated to be between $500,000 and $600,000. The amount of money he earns from acting is also unknown.

Tim McIntosh: Early Life and Family

Tim McIntosh was born on March 21, 1965, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The names of his mother and father are still unknown. Tim, who is Caucasian, attended Hopkins High School before attending the University of Minnesota from 1983 to 1986. He is a 56-year-old man.

How Tall is Tim McIntosh? Weight, Hair color

Tim McIntosh weighs 88 kg and stands 5 feet 11 inches tall. His eyes are light brown, and his hair is dark brown.

Tim McIntosh Dating Life (Relationship)

Tim McIntosh is currently single. He hasn’t revealed anything about his new relationship or girlfriend. He had previously married Amy Robach. He married his actress ex-wife in 2008, despite the fact that they married in 1996.

It was a blessing that they had two children together. Anna McIntosh, their first daughter, was born in 2003, and Ava McIntosh, their second, was born in 2007.

Professional Career

Tim McIntosh made his Major League Baseball debut in 1990 after being selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the amateur draft.
He was a member of the team for three years before leaving in 1993. He played for the Montreal Expos and the Nippon Ham Fighters in 1993 and 1995, respectively.
After his final season with the New York Yankees, he retired in 1996.
Tim has been a real estate salesperson since leaving baseball.
In November 2020, he began working full-time for Fazendin Realtors.

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