Daniel Taylor Vogelbach is a 29-year-old Major League Baseball first baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates. In the second round of the 2011 MLB draft, the Chicago Cubs picked him.
On July 20, 2016, Vogelbach was traded to the Seattle Mariners, and on September 12, 2016, he made his Major League Baseball debut. He previously spent time with the Milwaukee Brewers and the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Chicago Clubs’ Daniel Vogelbach
The Chicago Cubs selected Vogelbach in the second round of the MLB draft in 2011. He began his professional career with the Arizona League Cubs. In 24 at-bats over six games, he hit.292/.370/.542, with a home run.
Vogelbach started the 2012 season with the Arizona League Cubs before getting promoted to the Boise Hawks in mid-season. At the time, he was almost 300 pounds (140 kg).
He hit.323/.410/.641 with 17 home runs and 62 runs batted in over 245 at-bats in 61 games. Vogelbach started the season with the Kane County Cougars before being promoted to the Daytona Cubs at the end. He hit.284/.375/.449 in 483 at-bats over 131 games.
Pittsburgh Pirates’ Daniel Vogelbach
Vogelbach joined the Pittsburgh Pirates on March 15, 2022, for a one-year deal.
Is Daniel Vogelbach Still In Baseball?
Yes, Daniel Vogelbach is still in Baseball. He is currently with the Pittsburgh Pirates. On March 15, 2022, he signed a one-year contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates, which will expire on March 15, 2023.