Ryan Braun Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

Ryan Bruan is a 37-year-old American left winger. He is best known for playing in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Milwaukee Brewers. Brown was selected by the Brewers in the 2005 MLB Draft. As of 2021, Ryan Brown’s net worth is estimated to be approximately $8 million.

Ryan Bruan announced his retirement from baseball on September 14, 2021 in a video posted by the Brewers on Twitter.

Full Name Ryan Joseph Braun
Birth Date November 17, 1983
Birth Mission Hills, Los Angeles, U. S.
Profession Professional baseball player (Retired)
Wife Larisa Fraser
Net Worth $8 million

Early life

Ryan Brown was born on November 17, 1983 in Mission Hills, Los Angeles, United States. He was born to his parents, Joe and Diane Brown. Ryan grew up in Los Angeles with his brother Steve. As a child, he was interested in baseball. When he entered high school, he focused on baseball.

As for studies, he attended Granada Hills High School, where he played on the baseball team for 4 years. Ryan was also named Most Valuable Player (MVP). In 2010, he spent his sophomore year, where he hit .456.

Ryan played in high school averaging .451 and eventually broke the school record for hitting the most home runs with 25. He graduated from high school in 2002 but was not drafted because he wanted to go to college. Bruan also excelled academically, earning a college scholarship to study at the University of Miami.

Ryan Brown’s Net Worth and Career

Brown’s professional career began when he was selected in the 2005 Major League Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers and he got a chance to play for the Brewers in 2007 when regular third baseman Cory Koski suffered a concussion. Ryan was named the NL Rookie of the Month for June and had a record hitting rate of .716, .435 OBP. He also became the fastest player in Brewer history to reach ten major league home runs.

In March 2008, the Brewers extended Brown’s contract for 8 years. In July he was named National League Player of the Month. Ryan got off to a great start to his major league career in August, scoring 558 goals and landing 133 off base. In 2012 he finished second in the National League MVP.

Ryan hit his 350th career home run in September 2020. He also ranked fifth in home runs among all active players at the time. In 2021, he had a $15 million reciprocal option with the Brewers, with a $4 million buyout. However, in October the Brewers made him a free agent rather than exercise a $15 million option. On September 14, 2021, he officially announced his retirement from professional baseball.

Ryan Brown’s personal life

Brown is married to model Larisa Fraser. He started dating in 2011. The couple was engaged two years later, in 2013. In December 2013, they exchanged wedding vows in Malibu, California. Together they have three children: Celine, Grayson and Carter.

Ryan was suspended for playing with 50 players after testing positive for high testosterone in 2011. However, a three-member jury overturned the results in February 2012 with a 2-1 vote after appealing a positive testosterone result in a drug test in January 2012.

Ryan Brown net worth

As of 2021, Ryan Brown’s personal fortune is estimated to be around $8 million. He was signed by the Milwaukee Brewers for $2.45 million in the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft. The Brewers subsequently extended him to a $45-51 million, 8-year deal on May 15, 2008.