Who is Kacie McDonnell?

Kacie McDonnell was born on 30 July 1990 under the zodiac sign of Leo, in Pottsville, Pennsylvania USA. She’s a 31-year-old broadcast journalist, probably best recognized for hosting the Fox Business program “Mansion Global”. She is also known as the wife of Eric Hosmer, a professional baseball player who plays in the position of the first baseman for the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB).

How rich is she, as of now? Kacie McDonnell Net Worth

As of early 2022, Kacie McDonnell’s net worth is estimated at over $5 million; acquired through her successful involvement in the field of journalism and contributions to the news industry. In addition, her husband Eric Hosmer has a net worth estimated at over $50 million.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Backgroun,d

Kacie McDonnell spent her early years in her hometown of Pottsville, where she was raised with brother Lochlan and sister Isabelle McDonnell,by their father Ken and mother Michelle McDonnel;.the professions of her parents aren’t revealed to the public. She holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic grou, and is a Christian. Regarding her education, Kacie attended Nativity BVM High School, a private Roman Catholic school located in her hometown. Upon matriculation in 2008, she enrolled into Villanova University, from which she graduated with a BA degree in Communication in 2012. While in college, she was a member of the sorority group Delta Delta Delta.

Career Beginnings

Kacie McDonnell launched her professional career while at college, when in 2009 she joined QVC, a free-to-air television network specialized in home shopping, and owned by Qurate Retail Group. She there worked as an on-air model for the next three and a half years, and then took an opportunity to work as a traffic reporter and producer for Fox 29. After two years, Kacie was promoted to the position of morning anchor for the network’s program “Good Day Philadelphia”, and concurrently, she also landed the job of a sideline reporter for FOX Television from August to December 2013. During her stint there, she was in charge of the pre-game broadcasts of the professional American Football team, the Philadelphia Eagles.

Rise to Fame

In 2014, Kacie McDonnell left Fox 29 and joined the NBC-affiliated station KSHB-TV in Kansas City, Missouri, where she was also a sideline reporter for Sporting Kansas City. At the time, she covered the NCAA Men’s Final 4 & National Championship, when her alma mater Villanova University participated and won the titles in 2016 and 2018 for Turner Sports. Her big break came in 2016, when she was hired to work as an anchor for the regional sports cable New England Sports Network,  for which she covered professional sports across Boston, Massachusetts, and the area’s major teams, such as the Boston Bruins and the Boston Red Sox.

In 2019, she took a job at Fox News, where she started working as a Fox Nation host, and two years later, she was chosen to host the program “Mansion Global” on Fox Business Network, based on the highly popular website of the same title, dedicated to the most lavish properties around the globe, and their buyers.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Kacie McDonnell has long dark brown hair and hazel eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), weighs around 110lbs (50kgs), with vital statistics of 36-23-35, bra size 34D, dress size 4 (US), and shoe size 7.5 (US).

Personal Life

Kacie McDonnell started dating former Kansas City Chiefs back-up quarterback Aaron Murray in 2013, and the couple became engaged in the following year, but called it off in early 2015.

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She then dated the San Diego Padres first baseman Eric Hosmer. He proposed to her in October 2020 and the two eventually exchanged their wedding vows on 31 December 2021. Their current residence is in Southwest Ranches, Florida.

She is an avid cat lover and has a pet cat named Phil.

Who is her husband? Eric Hosmer Short Wiki/Bio

EricJohn Hosmer was born on 24 October 1989 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio, in South Miami, Florida USA. He was raised with his elder brother Mike Jr., in Cooper City, Florida by their father Mike Hosmer, who worked as a firefighter, and mother Ileana Hosmer, who was a nurse. He started playing baseball at a very young age, with his father as his coach. By the time he enrolled into high school, he was a member of several Little League baseball teams that won several championships.

High School Career

Eric attended American Heritage High School in Plantation, Florida, where he led the team to win a state championship in his sophomore year; the team also entered the top 10 in USA Today’s Super 25 rankings thanks to him. He was also named Florida’s Baseball Player of the Year twice, and won the American Amateur Baseball Congress Connie Mack MVP award. He was offered a scholarship to Arizona State University, but his negotiations with an MLB team didn’t go as planned. By the time of his matriculation in 2008, Eric was considered one of the top five prep baseball players in the country, and was then selected by the Kansas City Royals as the third overall pick in the first round of the 2008 MLB draft, and received the signing bonus of $6 million, the largest sum given to a draft pick in the history of the Royals.

Professional Career

Eric Hosmer initially played in Minor League Baseball before called up to Major League Baseball, where he made his debut in the 2011 season in the match against the Oakland Athletics. He finished third in AL Rookie of the Year voting, after hitting of a batting average .293, with 19 home runs and 73 runs batted in over 128 games. From 2013 to 2015, he won three consecutive Gold Glove Awards, playing in the 2015 World Series and leading the Royals to win the title.

The following year, Eric was named the Most Valuable Player of the MLB All-Star Game.

In 2017, he appeared in all 162 regular-season games, and finished the season with a career-high .318 batting average with 25 home runs. The same year, he won his fourth Gold Glove Award as well as the Silver Slugger Award. After the season was ended, he became a free agent, and signed an eight-year contract worth $144 million with the San Diego Padres. In 2020, he hit a grand slam in the game against the Texas Rangers, and led the Padres to become the first team in the history of MLB to hit a grand slam – a home run with bases loaded – in four consecutive games. He ended the 2021 season batting .269/.337/.395 with 12 home runs and 65 RBIs.

Eric is also known for his international career, playing for Team USA at the World Baseball Classic in 2017, after which he was named to the 2017 All-World Baseball Classic team.

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