Brian Jordan is a former “Major League Baseball Outfielder.” He was also part of the “National Football League” and used to play from the “safety” position. Brian was also part of the football team “Atlanta Falcons.” He was also part of the baseball team “St. Louis Cardinals”, “Los Angeles Dodgers” and “Texas Rangers.”
|Full Name||Brian O'Neal Jordan|
|Date Of Birth||March 29, 1967|
|Birth Place||Baltimore, Maryland, United States|
|Occupation||Former Major League Baseball Outfielder
Former National Football League Safety
|Net Worth||US $10 million|
The birthplace of Brian is Baltimore, Maryland. He came into the world on 29th March 1967. There are not many details of his childhood and family available. He seems to be the person to focus more on present days rather than talking about the past life.
Brian attended “Milford Mill High School.” He completed his graduation from the “University of Richmond.”
Football / Baseball Career and Stats
The professional baseball career Brian started after the “St. Louis Cardinals” joined him during the “1988 MLB Draft.” The football team “Buffalo Bills” added him to the team during the “1989 MLB Draft.” Brian was also part of the “Atlanta Falcons” when he was playing minor league for the “St. Louis Cardinals.” It was between 1989 and 1991. He had a record of four sacks and five interceptions during the “NFL Career.”
Brian was also responsible to take the “Atlanta Falcon”’ in the “National Football Conference Pro Bowl Team.” It was during the 1991 season. He signed a contract with the “St. Louis” in June 1992. It was a deal of $1,700,000. This ended his football career.
Likewise, Brian Jordan represented the team “St Louis Cardinals” for the first time on 8th April 1992. He played from the “outfielder” position in his first three seasons with the team. His record was 145 hits, .296 batting average, and 20 doubles for 490 at-bats. It was during the 1995 season. His record by the end of the 1997 season was zero runs and .234 hit. He joined the “Atlanta Braves” in 1998. It was a contract of $21.3 million. Brian represented the team well during May and April in the 1999 season. This opened his gate to appear in the “Major League Baseball All-Star Game.” His record was 115 runs and 100 runs by the end of the season.
Moreover, Brian Jordan succeeded to bat with the record of .471 during the “1999 NLDS.” It was the match against the “Houston Astros.” He also contributed two runs during the 1999 NLCS. Brian appeared in one “World Series.” Brian succeeded to score 25 homers with an average of .295. The team also succeeded to win the “Tenth-Straight Division” title. It was after the match between the “New York Jets” and “Philadelphia Phillies.”
He joined the team “Los Angeles Dodgers” during the “Multiplayer Trade” on 15th January 2002. His record was of .285 hit during 2002. But the injuries stopped him to play well in 2003. Brian Jordan signed an agreement of one year with the team “Texas Rangers” in 2004. He joined the “Atlanta Braves” in 2005. His injuries made him suffer a lot during another season which resulted in remaining on the ‘Disabled List” for a long time and he decided to retire. He ended his career in the 2006 season.
Although Brian retired from mainstream baseball, his passion for baseball remained the same. He became the analyst in TV pre-game for the show “Braves Live.” Brian is also actively involved in social works. He is active as a social worker from the “Brian Jordan Foundation.” Brian has also co-written the book “I Told You I Can Play.” He also started doing TV commentary for the baseball team “Gwinnett Braves” and the “Atlanta Braves” in 2009. He has also teamed up with Josh Caray for the “25-Game TV Schedule.”
Relationships and Wife
Brian tied knots with Kazia Pelka. They started their romantic relationship in 1996. They are blessed with four children; two sons Bryson and Kaleb and two daughters Brianna Jordan and Kenley Jordan.
Social: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Foundation
Brian Jordan is not very much active on social media platforms. He goes with the name of “Brian Jordan” on Twitter with 30.6K followers. Brian had joined Twitter in September 2009. The last tweet of Brian is on 285th December 2020. It was a tribute tweet to the legendary baseball player Phil Niekro. He had tweeted that he was a great example of what athletes should aspire to be. He had even shared the posts on Facebook and Instagram. It is a verified account. Brian has a Facebook account and Instagram account with the same name. But both of the accounts are not verified yet.
Brian shares the post of the “Brian Jordan Foundation” and various online zoom meetings. He is also a happy father and grandfather. Brian Jordan also shares pictures along with his family time and again. He seems to know the technique of maintaining a balance between personal and professional life. Brian has fewer followers (about 1K) on Facebook and about 3K on Instagram. The less number of followers might be the reason for his unverified accounts.
Brian Jordan Net worth
Brian Jordan has been active in the sports fraternity for more than thirty years. He has been actively involved in the football and baseball fraternity. According to networthpost.org, he has an approximate net worth of $10 million.
The full name of Brian is Brian O’Neal Jordan. His current age is 53 years. He has an attractive height of 5 feet 11 inches along with a complimentary weight of 93 kgs. His nationality is American. He seems to belong to the African-American ethnicity.