Tim Dillard Biography
Tim Dillard is a known American former professional baseball pitcher who played at the Milwaukee Brewers in Major League Baseball (MLB). He works for Brewers television broadcasts on Bally Sports Wisconsin as a pregame and postgame analyst.
Tim Dillard Age
Tim Dillard was born in Sarasota, Florida, in the United States on July 19, 1983. He is 38 years old.
Tim Dillard Height
Tim stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 4 in/1.91 m tall.
Tim Dillard Education
Tim studied at Saltillo High School in Saltillo, Mississippi, while here he played catcher, and occasionally pitcher. In his senior year, he was selected in the 15th round (448th overall) of the 2001 Major League Baseball draft by the Milwaukee Brewers.
After he underwent left shoulder surgery, his hitting was not as proficient as the Brewers expected, therefore he went to Itawamba Community College (ICC) in Fulton, Mississippi. In his 2003 sophomore season, he won a school-record 11 games for the Itawamba Indians in Pitching such as a win in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II College World Series.
Tim Dillard Family
Tim’s dad Steve Dillard was a former major league infielder. Also, he has a brother called Andy Dillard who was a previous professional baseball player. After his dad’s retirement, Steve started working in the Chicago White Sox minor league system in his managing career.
Tim Dillard Wife
Tim is a married man to Erin Dillard. They are blessed with three kids named Brooks, Camryn, and Hayes.
Tim Dillard Salary
Tim annually receives a salary 0f $66,381.
Tim Dillard Net Worth
Tim’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Tim Dillard Career
Tim Dillard is a well-known American former professional baseball pitcher who played at the Milwaukee Brewers in Major League Baseball (MLB). He works for Brewers television broadcasts on Bally Sports Wisconsin as a pregame and postgame analyst.
At first in 2008, he made his MLB start with Milwaukee. He pitched in 74 games serving over the course of four seasons with the Brewers as a reliever. Over his 18-year professional career, he spent most of his time playing with the Nashville Sounds Minor League Baseball team.
He appeared in 242 games across nine seasons and set the Sounds’ career records for wins, strikeouts, innings pitched, as well as games pitched. He was titled to the Florida State League postseason All-Star Team in 2005 and appointed as the Milwaukee Brewers Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
Additionally, he was selected for the 2006 Southern League All-Star Game the next season. His alma mater, Itawamba Community College, inducted him into their Athletic Hall of Fame in 2015.
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