What is Brent Suter current age? Here are the details about his wife as well in this article.
Brent Michael Suter, aka Brent Suter, is a prominent and active professional American baseball pitcher. Currently, he plays for the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball (MLB). Actually, he made his professional debut on August 19, 2016. He was drafted in the 31st round of the 2012 MLB.
Moreover, Suter joined Harvard University to get better training from an experienced coach. Since his college days, he was an energetic and excellent player. We can check out his career stats on MLB.com.
Nevertheless, his fans often address him with his nickname, The Raptor.
Brent Suter Age: How Old Is The MLB Player?
Brent Suter’s age is 31 years as of now.
Regarding his date of birth and nationality, Suter was born on August 29 in 1989.
Likewise, his nationality is American because he was born in Illinois, Chicago.
Moving on to his physical appearance, Suter has a tall height of 6 feet 4 inches and weighs around 96 kg, according to his Wikipedia.
Meanwhile, his official Instagram page has 16.8k followers with 77 posts.
Brent Suter Wife: Is He Married?
Since 2015, Brent has been happily married to his beautiful wife, Erin Suter.
3 weeks ago today this little guy came into our lives and we could not be more grateful! Liam Michael Suter, welcome to the world! pic.twitter.com/0q17DaYYlG
— Brent Suter (@bruter24) November 17, 2018
The duo was blessed with a child (son). They named him Liam Michael Suter.
Similarly, he is also an animal lover. We can see the sweet family snaps on IG.
His Twitter account has 21.3k followers. On the other hand, his official Facebook page has 1k likes and followers.
Brent Suter Family Details
Brent’s father and mother’s name is Michael Suter and Shirley Suter respectively. Surely, his mom and dad are enjoying their life happily in the US.
Discussing his net worth and salary, Suter’s base salary is around $1,500,000, including incentives, according to Spotrac.
According to our research, Brent’s name was nominated for the Roberto Clemente Award.