Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

Coach manager

Rachel Balkovec

Rachel Balkovec’s net worth is $3 million- $5 million.


Rachel Balkovec

Who is Rachel Balkovec?

Rachel Balkovec is an American minor league baseball manager. Rachel Balkovec previously served as the Houston Astros’ strength and conditioning coach. The New York Yankees hired Balkovec as manager of the Tampa Tarpons, a Class A minor league team, in 2022, making her the first woman to hold a full-time managerial position for a team connected to the major leagues.

She is the first full-time female manager in Minor League Baseball and the first full-time female hitting coach in Major League Baseball.

In 2013, Rachel was a waitress employed by Lululemon. She wanted to advance her coaching career.

Even so, she changed her name from “Rachel” to “Rae” on her resume and email after submitting 15 applications to teams in Phoenix and not receiving any responses.

She claimed that she had done so, rather than highlighting her role as a Division I collegiate softball catcher.

Phone interviews followed, but after people heard Balkovec’s voice, she claims the only job offers she got were for women’s sports.

One team allegedly told her they wouldn’t ever hire a woman.

Rachel Balkovec – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

On July 5, 1987, Rachel Balkovec was born in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States.

Balkovec was raised in Omaha, Nebraska, where she was born and raised, and she comes from a loving and devoted family.

Her mother was a bookkeeper, while her father managed customer service for American Airlines.

She cherishes her family time and is of European ancestry.

Stephine Balkovec, her older sister, and Valerie [Balkovec] Dorgan, her younger sister, are her sisters.

Balkovec played basketball, soccer, and softball at Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha.

She transferred to the University of New Mexico to continue her catching career after beginning it at Creighton University.

2009 saw Rachel graduate from the University of New Mexico with a degree in exercise science.

She graduated from Louisiana State University with a master’s in kinesiology.

In 2018, Balkovec enrolled at Vrije University in the Netherlands to study human movement sciences.

Net Worth of Rachel Balkovec? Salary, Earning

Rachel Balkovec’s net worth is $3 million and $5 million. 

Facts of Rachel Balkovec

Full name Rachel Balkovec
Common name Rachel Balkovec
Gender Female
Date of birth July 5, 1987
Place of birth Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Age 34 year old
Zodiac sign Cancer
Father name Not available
Mother name Not available
Siblings 2(Stephanie Balkovec and Valerie [Balkovec] Dorgan )
Nationality American
Ethnicity Not known
Sexual orientation Straight
Marital status Unmarried
Spouse Not known
Children None
Education The Skutt Catholic High School,
Creighton University,
The University of New Mexico,
Louisiana State University,
Vrije University
Profession Hitting coach, Minor League Manager (New York Yankees)
Famous for first full-time female hitting coach in Major League Baseball and first full-time female manager in Minor League Baseball.
Salary Under review
Source of income Hitting coach, Minor League Manager
Net worth Under review

Rachel Balkovec – Relationship, Married Life, Boyfriend/ Girlfriend

Information about her professional career is unavailable.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Colour

He stands 5 feet 9 inches tall (1.75 meters) and weighs about 65 kg (143 lbs).

There isn’t a lot of information available about his body, but we’ll let you know as soon as it does.

He has a fit body type, brown eyes, and brown hair.

Professional Career

Famous for being the first full-time woman manager in Minor League Baseball and the first full-time woman hitting coach in Major League Baseball.

The career of Rachel Balkovec In Johnson City, Tennessee, Balkovec started her coaching career as a temporary contract strength and conditioning coach for the St. Louis Cardinals’ minor league team.

In that role, she received the award for Appalachian League strength coach of the year.

She became baseball’s first female strength and conditioning coordinator in 2014 after being hired full-time as the Johnson City affiliate’s coordinator.

Balkovec was hired by the Houston Astros in 2016 to serve as their coordinator for strength and conditioning in Latin America.

She was given the position of strength and conditioning coach for Class AA Corpus Christi Hooks in 2018.

Balkovec worked as an assistant hitting coach for the Dutch baseball and softball teams after relocating there.

As the first woman to hold such a position full-time, Rachel was appointed the New York Yankees’ new hitting coach in November 2019 and began spring training in 2020.

Rachel Balkovec
Rachel Balkovec is a minor league manager. Source: LSU

In the fall of 2019, Balkovec had a job interview with the San Francisco Giants to become a quality control coach, but she decided to remain with the Yankees.

Since the COVID-19 outbreak ended the 2020 Minor League Baseball season, Rachel has been an assistant coach in the Australian Baseball League.

She was a member of the coaching staff for the 2021 All-Star Futures Game.

The Yankees appointed Balkovec manager of the Low-A Tampa Tarpons on January 11, 2022, making her the first woman to hold that position in affiliated baseball.

Social Media Status

We can find him on Instagram under the handle @rachel.balkovec, where he has 1,236 posts, more than 50.5k followers, and 1,231 followers.

Her Instagram bio reads as follows:

MiLB hitting coach for the New York Yankees

34 years in the human race, 10 years in baseball.

She has 1,410 Following and more than 21K Followers on Twitter under the handle @rachelbalkovec.

Coach with the NYY organization, according to her bio. 34 years in the human race, 10 years in baseball.

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Quick Facts of Rachel Balkovec

  • Rachel is a former strength and conditioning coach for the Houston Astros and a minor league baseball manager in the United States.
  • Balkovec was selected manager of the Tampa Tarpons, a Class A minor league team, by the New York Yankees in 2022, making her the first woman to manage a big league-affiliated team as a full-time manager.
  • She is Major League Baseball’s first full-time female hitting coach and Minor League Baseball’s first full-time female manager.
  • Balkovec was named the New York Yankees’ new hitting coach in November 2019 and started spring training in 2020, making her the first woman to hold such a role full-time.
  • She is of European descent and enjoys spending time with her family.