American professional baseball player Randal Grichuk finally put a ring on it! The star athlete married his long-time girlfriend, Victoria Grichuk, on November 20, 2020.
Randal Grichuk Weds Victoria Grichuk
The couple’s romance dates back to 2013 when they began dating, and Grichuk announced it through his posts on social media. Since then, the player has been bombarding his Instagram and Twitter with the adorable posts of Victoria.
And, on October 26, 2019, he surprised his Instagram followers by sharing a special moment. The player stood on his knees with a wedding ring on his hands, and Victoria looked ecstatically happy.
Almost a year later, on November 20, 2020, the lovebirds tied their knot, which Grichuk shared on his Instagram. Victoria looked flawless in her snow-white long-tailed dress, and Grichuk looked his best in the black suit, and their warm embrace and kiss made the picture stand out even more, backed with the beautiful scenery.
The wedding was followed by their honeymoon trip to Bora Bora, where they spent quality time with each other.
Baseball Career and Net Worth
Grichuk’s career breakthrough was in 2014 when he joined St. Louis Cardinals and bagged a Player of the Month Award at the Cardinals’ minor league.
But, on 19 January 2018, the Cardinals traded Randal to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for pitchers Dominic Leone and Conner Greene, and he has been playing as the outfielder for the team.
In 2019, Grichuk extended his contract worth 52 million dollars with the Blue Jays for five more years.
From his successful baseball career, the athlete has earned an estimated net worth of over 10 million dollars as of 2019, as per a source.
Born on 1 August 1991, Grichuk grew up in his hometown of Rosenberg, Texas. The six-foot-tall giant was passionate about baseball from a young age and participated in the Little League World Series at 12.
He finished his schooling at Lamar Consolidated High School in Rosenberg in 2008 and pursued baseball as a high school baseball player. Later, he enrolled at the University of Arizona.
While at the university, he was drafted as a 2009 MLB Draft and signed with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Despite struggling with three injuries, he showed a valiant effort in his five-year stint with the Angels.