Greg Swindell Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Greg Swindell is a 57-years-old Indian Athlete from the United States of America. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Greg Swindell Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Greg Swindell was born on January 2, 1965 in United States of America. let’s check out the Greg’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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In 2019 SWINDELL was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in Waco Texas


In 2011, Swindell served as the Color commentator for the Little League Southwest Region tournament along with Justin Kutcher.

Greg, since 2011 is an analyst for Texas Longhorn Baseball, working with Longhorn Network, alongside Play-by-play man Keith Moreland. He also works Longhorn Gameday with Lowell Galindo and studio work as well.


During the 2009 Major League Baseball season, Swindell worked as a post-game analyst on Fox Sports Arizona following Arizona Diamondbacks telecast. In 2010, he has been on Thursday morning “Talk Baseball” segments on 1300 the zone (KVET-AM).


Swindell was inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame in the class of 2008.


In 2007 and 2008, Swindell served a second stint on the Texas Longhorns coaching staff, as the first base coach and helping with the pitchers.


In 2004, Swindell was a volunteer assistant coach at Texas State University–San Marcos. In 2005, he returned to coach his alma mater, Texas Longhorns baseball, helping the team win its sixth NCAA College World Series crown.


As a relief pitcher, Swindell pitched well for the Twins and Red Sox before he signed with Arizona. He was effective for the Diamondbacks and was a part of the 2001 championship squad. In 2002, he retired from baseball after 17 seasons.


Swindell was traded to Cincinnati after the 1991 season and spent one year with the Reds. He returned to his native Texas as a free agent in 1992 with the Astros. At that point, his effectiveness began to wane. In three and a half years, he was 30-35 with an ERA over 4.00. After another stint with Cleveland in 1996, he signed with Minnesota where he reinvented himself as a reliever.


He returned in 1988 and over the next four years displayed good form on a poor-performing Indians ballclub. His record from 1988-1991 was 52-43, posting an earned run average below 4.00 in three of the four seasons. His best season was 1988 when he went 18-14 with a 3.20 ERA. He struck out 180 and walked only 45. The next year, he was named to the American League All-Star team.


Cleveland selected him in the first round of the 1986 draft. The highly touted player was brought up almost immediately in 1986 and had moderate success. In 1987 he started the season 3-8 and then injured his elbow.


Swindell attended the University of Texas at Austin. According to the Texas Longhorns media guide, he was one of the most decorated pitchers in school history, with a 43-8 record in 77 games and a 1.92 ERA. He made 50 starts, pitching 32 complete games and notching school records for shutouts (14) and strikeouts (501). He remains among the top 10 all-time in Longhorns history for ERA (10th), victories (3rd), innings (2nd), strikeouts (1st), appearances (4th), starts (3rd), complete games (3rd) and shutouts (1st). Swindell also had 13 career saves, which ranks sixth at UT and the top two single-season strikeout totals in UT history (204 in 1985 and 180 in 1986). During his tenure, he helped UT capture three straight Southwest Conference titles, post at least 51 wins during each of his three seasons and finish second at the College World Series in 1984 and 1985.

In 1985, he had a 19-2 record and 1.67 ERA to go along with 15 complete games, six shutouts and 204 strikeouts over 172 innings. He was named as the 1985 Baseball America National Player of the Year. He was selected a first-team All-American and All-Southwest Conference performer all three seasons and received Freshman All-America honors as well as Baseball America’s Freshman of the Year Award in 1984. He also was a three time finalist for the Golden Spikes Award.


He graduated from Sharpstown High School in 1983. The previous year, led his high school team to a Texas Class 5A state championship going 14-0 on the mound with a 0.65 ERA


Forest Gregory Swindell (born January 2, 1965) is an American former professional baseball player. He had a 17-year career in Major League Baseball as a left-handed pitcher from 1986 to 2002. He played for the Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins and Boston Red Sox of the American League and the Cincinnati Reds, Houston Astros and Arizona Diamondbacks of the National League. He was a member of the Diamondbacks team that defeated the New York Yankees to win the 2001 World Series.

Swindell was born on January 2, 1965, to Tonii and Harold Swindell in Fort Worth, Texas. He was the youngest of four children, two sisters Treva and Chrystie and a brother Corky

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Real NameForest Gregory Swindell

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Age (2021)57 Years
BirthplaceFort Worth
Date Of BirthJanuary 2, 1965
HometownFort Worth
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Forest Gregory Swindell Net Worth

The Forest Gregory Swindell Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)$80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.)$4 million- $6 million USD

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