Stephen Vogt Age: How Old Is Stephen Vogt?

A Major League Baseball catcher with the Oakland Athletics, Stephen Guy Vogt is from the United States.

For the Milwaukee Brewers, San Francisco Giants, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Atlanta Braves, he was an MLB All-Star in 2015. Tampa Bay gave him a 12th-round pick in the 2007 MLB draft.

In 2011, Stephen Vogt was selected the Minor League Player of the Year by the Tampa Bay Rays, and in 2013, he was voted the Most Valuable Catcher by the Oakland Athletics.



In November of 2019, Vogt signed a deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks that was good for one year. Vogt played six years in Tampa Bay’s minor minors and was voted Minor League Player of the Year in 2011.

His 32 consecutive at-bats without a hit set a Tampa Bay record and lasted until his 2013 Oakland debut. He started all three 2013 ALDS games and hit a game-winning single in Game 2.

Vogt topped American League catchers in most offensive categories in 2015, and his.277 batting average in 2016 was in the top five coming into the All-Star break.

Vogt departed Oakland with a.255 hitting average, 49 homers, and 198 RBIs in 458 games. Vogt joined the Brewers in 2017 and batted.254, his highest since 2015.

After a 2018 shoulder injury, he joined his childhood favorite team, the Giants. His offensive performances in 2019 were his best since 2014, including a.263 batting average. Vogt signed a one-year contract with the Diamondbacks.

How Old Is Stephen Vogt?

His birthday is November 1st, 1984, and he was born in Visalia, California, in the United States. At this point, he will be 38 years old.