David Esquer is a talented and experienced professional American baseball coach in college. After a flourishing career as a player, he is currently serving as the head coach of the Stanford Cardinal Baseball team. Apart from this, he was previously recognized as the head coach of the California Golden Bears baseball team where he served from 2000- 2017.
David Esquer was born on April 13 in 1965 in Salinas, California, USA. There are no details or names disclosed publicly about who are or were his parents. Also, no whereabouts can be found whether he has any brother or sister in the family as well. David, as a student, attended the Palma High School which is located in Salinas, California. After his high school graduation, he attended the prestigious Stanford University. Unlike other athletes who major in sports, David graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in sociology.
David Esquer Career
David’s career started in 1987, where he played three seasons which was in the minor league organizations for the Baltimore Orioles, California Angels, and also Milwaukee Brewers. After playing these seasons, his coaching career began in 1991, when he returned to Stanford University to work as their assistant coach under head coach Mark after which, he assisted six seasons from 1997 to 1999 at Pepperdine where he handled recruiting, hitting instructions, infield coaching and much more.
At the beginning of 2000 season at California, where he was hired as a head baseball coach in 18 seasons with the Golden Bears where he created a record of 525- 467- 2 as a result of which, the Bears team was sent to the NCAA Regional in 2001, 2008, 2010 and also in 2015. In 2011, David helped the Bears reach back to their first College World Series which was after 1992. He worked as a coach of Bears till 2017. Later, he stepped down on June 16, 2017, as he accepted the offer as a head coach for baseball for Stanford Cardinal Baseball where he himself was alumina.
He is still working there as a head coach and in 2020, he joined the Crash Course Advisory Board where he was welcomed by The Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson, who were the Director of Baseball. Recently, on June 20, 2021, his team Stanford Cardinals lost their College World Series match against North Carolina State. Though they failed, their coach David mentioned that their team was resilient and they wouldn’t give up due to their failure.
David Esquer Biography
|Real Name||David Charles Esquer|
|Birth Date||13 April 1965|
|Age (as of 2021)||56 Years|
|Height||in feet inches – 0’ 0” – in Centimeters – 000 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 00 kg – in Pounds – 000 lbs|
|Chest Size||Not Known|
|Waist Size||Not Known|
|Biceps Size||Not Known|
|Shoe Size||Not Known|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|School||Palma Catholic High School|
|Is he a Gay?||No|
|Children||Two (Gabbrielle, Xavier)|
As for his personal life, David is a well-settled man who is married to his wife named Lynn. Lynn is a former assistant clinal professor in psychology. The couple has two children together, a daughter named Gabbrielle and a son named Xavier. They all love the company of each other and living happily together in Moraga in the United States of America.
David Esquer Net Worth
David is a successful man, who earns an estimated net worth of $ 2 million USD. His main source of earning this huge sum of money is his profession as a head coach. He is very experienced and skillful in his job and is one of the best- and well-known college coaches in the country. Previously, he earned his income as a player, then as an assistant coach, later as a head coach of the Golden Bears, and now as the head coach of Stanford Cardinals and as a member of Crash Course Advisory Board.
- In his high school, David was a basketball, football and a baseball player.
- David was the captain of his school’s baseball team and was also named the athlete of the year.
- He played baseball for his college and won the College World Series in 1987 under coach Mark Marquess.
- David was awarded as the Pac- 10/12 Coach of the year in 2001 and in 2018.
- He was also titled as NCBWA Coach of the year in 2011.
- David was also named the National Baseball Coach of the Year by National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.