Robb Quinlan Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Robb Quinlan Celebrity Life

Born on 17th March 1977, Robb Quinlan is a former baseball player who played in the Major Baseball League. He played in different positions such as designated hitter, catcher, corner outfield, third base, and first base. Tom Quinlan, Quinlan’s older brother played in the major leagues like Twins, Phillies, and Blue Jays for 4 seasons

High school & college career

He took admission in Hill-Murray School in Minnesota’s Maplewood. Quinlan set a new school and state record while studying in this school. The California Angels drafted Quinlan as the 900th overall pick in the thirty-third round of the MLB draft of 1995 out of the high school. The player was offered 50 USD though he did not sign a contract with them.

 Quinlan instead made up his mind to enroll in the University of Minnesota. He graduated in the year 1999 and procured a degree in marketing & communications. Quinlan was chosen to the All-Star team of the Big Ten Conference thrice from 1997-1999. Quinlan was also the Big Ten Conference Player of 1999 after he led the conference with 92 hits and a batting average of .416.

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Professional baseball career

Minor leagues

Quinlan played 3rd base in 1999 for the Boise Hawks of Low-A and was named the Most Valuable Player of the Northwest League. He got elevated to Lake Elsinore in 2000. He started the minors in 2003 with Triple-A Salt Lake. However, the player was called up to the major league after batting .310 for the remaining days of the year. Quinlan started the following year with Triple-A once again though he was invited to the majors just after playing 27 games.

Major leagues

He played his debut game in the major league on 28th July 2004. Quinlan hit .287 for the remaining time of the year. Although he started the year in Triple-A, Quinlan was summoned at the beginning of May. On 17th August 2004, the former player’s name featured on the disabled list for 15 days because of a torn muscle. The injury resulted in him missing the remaining season. Quinlan batted .344, which included .407 in the month of July with 23 RBI and 5 home runs.


In the following year i.e. 2005, this former player played part-time, which dropped his batting average to diminish for more than one hundred points to .231 because of his inflamed shoulder and a bulging disk. However, he returned in 2008 with a bang and an average of .321, as well as a career-high in his playing time. He signed a 2-year contract worth 1.8 million USD prior to the season of 2007 to avoid arbitration.

Once the baseball season of 2009 got over, the player opted for becoming a free agent for the first time in his playing career. He agreed to a contract for playing in the minor league on 11th February 2010 to join with the Angels. The player’s name was included in the roster of the Major league after the conclusion of the spring training. The Angels released him on 7th September 2010.

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He signed a contract to play in the minor league with the Phillies and got an invitation to join the spring training for the season of 2011. However, the Philadelphia Phillies reassigned the player on 11th March 2011. His agent requested for his release that was granted by the Phillies.

Other assignments

Quinlan took up the profession of a hitting instructor and a volunteer coach in May 2001 for his alma mater, the University of Minnesota until at least for the season of 2011 to 2012. Quinlan became the owner of several chiropractic franchises since 2013.

Rob Quinlan along with his brother Tom Quinlan along with some others owns a team of collegiate summer baseball called the St. Croix River Hounds. The team is expected to play in the baseball season of 2020 in the Northwoods League.

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