Ricky Bottalico, Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, NBC Sports Philadelphia

Ricky Bottalico, Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, NBC Sports Philadelphia

Ricky Bottalico
Ricky Bottalico

Ricky Bottalico is a retired relief pitcher and baseball player currently working on NBC Sports Philadelphia as a commentator for Phillies post and pre-games. He played in MLB as a retired relief pitcher. During his professional years, Ricky played for several teams. In addition, in 2005, after his final play with Milwaukee Brewers, he retired and was awarded the 1996 All-Star Award.

Ricky Bottalico Age

Ricky Bottalico was born in New Britain, Connecticut, in the United States on August 26, 1969, he is 52 years of age.

Ricky Bottalico Height

Bottalico stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m).

Ricky Bottalico Family

He was born and brought up in New Britain, Connecticut, in the United States by his protective parents. Despite being a famous journalist he keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not revealed any details regarding his parents and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.

Ricky Bottalico Wife

He is cheerfully married to his stunning wife named Lisa Spaziani. Ricky and Lisa share two kids together named Olivia Bottalico and Sophia Bottalico. Ricky and his wife Lisa wedded on January 17, 1997.

Ricky Bottalico Education

He studied at South Catholic High School located in Hartford, Connecticut where under coach Tom DiFiore he played. Afterward, he went to Florida Southern College and later transmitted to Central Connecticut State. In the 1991 Major League Baseball draft, he partook as an undrafted player.

Ricky Bottalico Salary

He receives an annual salary of $80,876 and this is according to NBC Sports Philadelphia commentators’ salary.

Ricky Bottalico Net Worth

Richy has an estimated net worth of $3 Million and his career as a commentator at NBC Sports Philadelphia is the primary source of his income.

Ricky Bottalico Career

At Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium against the Atlanta Braves on July 29, 1994, with the Phillies he held his first Major League debut, and in 1994 he went to the Philadelphia Phillies. In the 1996 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Ricky threw a scoreless inning.

In 2005 he played at Milwaukee Brewers, in 2004 New York Mets, in 2003 at Arizona Diamondbacks, in 2000 at Kansas City Royals, and in 1988 he played at St. Louis Cardinals. He reduced in his last five seasons to a total of five and Ricky was a closer most of his career.

On August 2, 1998, he was expelled by home plate umpire Jeff Nelson from the game together with Barry Bonds. He beat Barry with a slope and that happened to pitch for the Phillies in a game against the San Francisco Giants.

Ricky Bottalico is a retired relief pitcher and baseball player currently working on NBC Sports Philadelphia as a commentator for Phillies post and pre-games. He played in MLB as a retired relief pitcher.

During his professional years, Ricky played for several teams. In addition, in 2005, after his final play with Milwaukee Brewers, he retired and was awarded the 1996 All-Star Award.

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