Daniel Bard Age: How Old Is Daniel Bard?

Daniel Bard

American pitcher Daniel Paul Bard plays for the Colorado Rockies of Major League Baseball. From 2009 to 2013, he was a member of the Boston Red Sox.

With 25 straight scoreless appearances in 2011, Bard established a Red Sox team record. His fastest pitch had a velocity of 102 mph.

In the years that followed, Bard lost control over his pitches, which ended his playing career.

Daniel Bard
Daniel Bard

Before retiring in 2017 to become a player mentor, he played for numerous minor league teams in 2013, pitching in just two games in the major league.

After recovering control in 2020, Bard made a comeback as a player, made it into the Rockies’ MLB team, and went on to be named the National League Comeback Player of the Year while pitching as their closer.

Bard played college baseball at the University of North Carolina after graduating from Charlotte Christian School.

Bard received Freshman All-America honors and was rated the best freshman pitcher in the United States by Baseball America during the halfway of the 2004 campaign.

Bard was recognized for his efforts during the season by being named to the Baseball America All-Freshman second team and by Collegiate Baseball as a Freshman All-American.

He received first-team all-ACC recognition and was named the ACC’s freshman of the year. Bard had a record of 8-4 with a 3.88 ERA in 16 games pitched; his eight victories tied the North Carolina Tar Heels baseball rookie record.

How Old Is Daniel Bard?

Daniel Bard is 36 years old. He was born on June 25, 1985.