Kevin Frandsen is a retired baseball utility player who played in MLB currently serving at MASN broadcast for Nationals TV coverage as a color commentator since January 2022. He threw right and battled for the San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim during his baseball career. For 19 for Life, he is one of the board members.
Kevin Frandsen Age
Kevin Frandsen was born in Los Gatos, California, United States on May 24, 1982, he is 40 years of age.
Kevin Frandsen Height
Frandsen stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m).
Kevin Frandsen Family
He was born and brought up by his protective parents in Los Gatos, California, in the United States. Despite being a famous journalist he prefers a private life when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any details concerning his siblings and parents hence their existence is not known.
Kevin Frandsen Wife
He is happily married to his gorgeous wife named Amanda Frandsen. Kevin and Amanda wedded in October 2014. They are proud parents of a lovely and beautiful daughter named Tenley.
Kevin Frandsen Education
He studied at Bellarmine College Preparatory based in San Jose, and afterward joined San José State University and left the school with base hits where he played for the Spartans. Kevin was placed into San Jose State’s Hall of Fame in 2014.
Kevin Frandsen Salary
Kevin receives an annual salary of $80,786 and this is according to MASN color commentators’ salary.
Kevin Frandsen’s Net Worth
He has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million and his career as a color commentator at MASN is the primary source of his income.
Kevin Frandsen Career
The San Francisco Giants drafted him in the 12th round in the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft. On April 28, 2006, it was his first major league debut with the Giants. On August 17, 2006, at Petco Park, it was his home run against the Padres. Kevin played for San Francisco Giants up to March 2010.
In 2010 he was sold to Boston Red Sox and he was set for assignment on April 28. In 2012, he went to Philadelphia Phillies. Previously, he played for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and became a free agent at the end of the game season. Kevin played for Washington Nationals and on April 1, 2015, was released from the team and conducted the team to MLB with 14 pinch hits in 2013.
On April 21, 2015, he also signed a contract with Arizona Diamondbacks and on May 30 he was released. In 2015, he returned to San Francisco Giants and after replacing Ehire Adrianza he suffered trauma after replacing.
Kevin is currently serving at MASN broadcast for Nationals TV coverage as a color commentator since January 2022. Together with Scott Franzke play-by-play announcer, he called the Phillies’ games. He threw right and battled for the San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim during his baseball career. For 19 for Life, he is one of the board members.
He served for the Philadelphia Phillies Radio Network as a part-time color analyst during the 2018 season. Previously he served for over two years at Cumulus Media as an On-Air Personality.
He as well served at Cumulus Media as the co-host of The Audible show. Prior to that, he served as an On-Air Personality at KNBR Radio for a month. Kevin served from 3 pm to 7 pm for 6 shows together with Tom Tolbert.