Chuck Finley Wiki, Wife, Divorce, Girlfriend and Net Worth

By Oshil Pokhrel | Updated On: 15 Jan, 2019
Chuck Finley Wiki, Wife, Divorce, Girlfriend and Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth November 26, 1962
Age 58 Years 4 Month(s)
Nationality American
Profession Retired Baseball Player
Marital Status Single
Wife/Spouse Tawny Kitaen (m. 1997–2002)
Divorced Yes (Once)
Gay/Lesbian No
Net Worth $28 million
Ethnicity White
Children/Kids Wynter Merin Finley, Raine Finley
Height 1.98 m
Education West Monroe High School, University of Louisiana at Monroe

Chuck Finley has remained as a Major League Baseball left-handed pitcher; in the years that he was active, he has done his best to win all the games that he participated. His career has been shaped by how he actively pitched for many teams but primarily with California Angels.

It is fantastic to know that he played for seventeen long years and grabbed multiple wins. He has provided inspiration and advice to younger players who want to make a mark in the field of baseball.

Rekindled With Ex-Wife After Nasty Divorce!

The love life of the MLB star is not so smooth. Though he married American actress Tawny Kitaen in 1997, they had some short-lived relationship. In April 2002, his then-wife Tawny allegedly attacked him and got charged with spousal abuse and battery. According to the Orange County district attorney's office spokeswoman Tori Richards, the Bachelor Party actress got arrested in April 2002 after she and Tawny argued while driving home from dinner.

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Police also noticed abrasions and scrapes on the MLB player which he reportedly got from Tawny. According to Tori, Chuck got kicked in his thigh by the American actress. She grabbed and twisted his ears using the stiletto heel to beat him up. In the court, a judge issued a restraining order preventing Tawny to remain in contact with Chuck.

After obtaining a restraining order, Tawny filed a divorce and marked the end of their nearly five-year-of married life in April 2002. In May 2002, she went to the Superior Court in Orange County, California and alleged that her ex-husband uses 'illegal steroids' and is a 'heavy smoker' and 'marijuana smoker.' While Tawny was not found guilty to domestic-violence charges, she also claimed that Chuck is an unfit father for kids Wynter and Raine.

Though they separated with a nasty divorce, the estranged couple is becoming closer now for the sake of their kids and family. In November 2018, Chuck shared a throwback family snapshot with his ex-wife Tawny and their two daughters, where he captioned, 'We’re going as a family, again!!!.'

Chuck Finley with his ex-wife, Tawny Kitaen, and their daughters, Wynter and Raine, in a picture posted in November 2018 (Photo: Instagram)

It seems like Chuck is rekindling his relationship with his ex-wife. Back in September 2018, he shared a snapshot with Tawny and said that the duo misses their girls and they are a busy family spending their Holidays. Following his separation from Tawny, no source has helped us to find out whether Chuck is in a relationship or has a girlfriend currently.

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Short Bio, Wiki, And Net Worth

Chuck was born on the 26th of November in the year of 1962 which makes him the retired player of age fifty-six. He was born in Louisiana and has the ethnicity of a white man. He has a height of 1.98 m and looks fantastic while he plays.

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He attended the University of Louisiana to get the academic qualification. He hasn’t spoken about his family and childhood in the media which makes it difficult to tell who he considers his inspiration for choosing his career. Chuck is a handsome player who has a smiley face and looks great when he goes shirtless, as per wiki.

Chuck, age 56, has been able to accumulate the net worth of $28 million as a Major League Baseball left-handed pitcher. He had signed the contract with Angels and had accepted a tenure of fourteen years; throughout that duration, he played for Cleveland Indians and then for St. Louis Cardinals.