Cutter Dykstra- Son of Lenny Dykstra
Cutter Dykstra was born in New York, America, on June 29, 1989. He is 32 years of age and an American citizen. His zodiac sign, Cancer, is his birth sign, and his ethnic background is unknown. He is the son of the former baseball player Lenny Dykstra and Terri Dykstra.
Cutter’s father played for the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets as a midfielder. His father also encouraged him to play baseball. Talking about his siblings, he has two brothers, Luke Dykstra and Gavin Dykstra.
Cutter attended Westlake High School, Westlake Village, California, for his academic qualifications. He began playing baseball at school and was a top player on the school’s team.
Who is Cutter Dykstra’s Wife?
Cutter Dykstra is happily married to actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler. The pair started dating in 2012 and got engaged in 2013. Furthermore, the couple wed in Palm Springs, California, in 2016. The couple shares a significant age gap as the actress is eight years older than her spouse, Cutter.
Cutter and his wife share two sons, Beau Kyle Dykstra and Jack Adam Dykstra. Their first son was born on August 28, 2013, before their marriage. The couple’s second son was born after marriage on January 15, 2018.
Cutter’s wife, Jamie-Lynn, was previously married to A.J. DiScala. The former couple tied the knot in 2003 and got divorced in 2006. Furthermore, she dated Jerry Ferrara and Mark Sanchez in the past.
Cutter Dykstra’s Net Worth And Baseball Career
Cutter Dykstra is a professional sportsman who has earned a good amount of money. Cutter Dykstra’s net worth is estimated at $1.5 million. The sportsman made his MLB debut when he was just 21 years old. He has played only for Minor League clubs. He was drafted by Helena Brewers on May 16, 2009. Similarly, Richard Giannotti and Kolten Wong are also baseball players from America.
Cutter was again drafted by the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers of the Helena Brewers in 2010. He was injured and placed on the seven-day disabled list in August 2010. He was drafted in 2011 by the Milwaukee Brewers. However, he was later resigned by the Potomac Nationals after Washington Nationals drafted nyjer, Morgan.
Cutter was released by the National Class AAA team on June 14, 2016. He is a great player but has not yet made his MLB debut. He was also placed on the disabled roster by the Hagerstown Suns due to an injury in 2012. In 2013, he was sent to Potomac Nationals. He was disabled and unable to play.
Lenny Dykstra’s son declared himself a free agent in November 2015 and signed as a minor league free agent in the Washington Nationals in December 2015. He was placed on a seven-day disabled list in 2016 that lasted until May 21, 2016.
Dykstra is retired from his baseball career and currently works at Therabody, a Wellness and Fitness Service providing company in Los Angeles. He serves as SVP of Global Sports Marketing.
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