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Trent Oeltjen was born on 28 February, 1983 in Sydney, is an Australian baseball player. Discover Trent Oeltjen's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?

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Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 28 February 1983
Birthday 28 February
Birthplace Sydney
Nationality Sydney

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His wife is Alyssa Sobolik Oeltjen (m. 2011)

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Trent Oeltjen Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Oeltjen returned to the World Baseball Classic in 2017 to compete with Australia. Australia was eliminated in the first round, losing to both Japan and Cuba. Oeltjen appeared in two games, both times as the designated hitter, going 1-for-7, with three strikeouts and a walk. His lone hit was a solo home run off of Cuba's Vladimir García.


During the summer of 2016, Oeltjen briefly joined the Pittsburg Diamonds of the Pacific Association independent baseball league. Oeltjen appeared in only two games, going 3-for-7 (.429) with a home run.

In February 2016, Oeltjen played right field for the Australia national baseball team in the 2017 World Baseball Classic – Qualifier 1. Australia defeated the Philippines and South Africa twice to advance in the tournament. He appeared in all three games, going 5-for-9 with two walks, three runs, and four RBI.

In July 2016, Oeltjen played for Australia during the 2016 Haarlem Baseball Week, splitting time between right field and DH. Over seven games, Oeltjen went 8-for-28 (.286) with a solo home run off of the Netherlands' Jim Ploeger. Oeltjen was named Most Popular Player in the tournament. Australia placed third overall.


In January 2015, while playing in Australia for the Sydney Blue Sox, he announced his retirement from professional baseball.

Oeltjen would not return for the 2015/16 season, but signed with the defending champion Brisbane Bandits for the 2016/17 season. Oeltjen contributed a key two-run double in the Preliminary final series against the Adelaide Bite. The Bandits would go on to defend their title, defeating the Melbourne Aces in two games.


On March 31, 2014, the Diamondbacks signed Oeltjen to a minor league contract. He briefly returned to the Reno Aces, the Diamondbacks' AAA affiliate, before being loaned to the Toros de Tijuana of the Mexican Baseball League. Oeltjen appeared in 10 games for the Toros before being returned to the Aces, where he played in 13 games before being released on May 19, 2014.


Oeltjen spent 2013 with the Salt Lake Bees in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim organization.


Oeltjen was designated for assignment by the Dodgers on May 14, 2012, but remained with the Isotopes, where he hit .294 in 112 games. On October 6, 2012 Oeltjen elected free agency.


On 6 July 2010, Oeltjen signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers and was assigned to AAA Albuquerque Isotopes. He hit .347 in 49 games for the Isotopes. He was called up to the Dodgers on 7 September 2010. He appeared in 14 games with the Dodgers, getting 5 hits in 23 at-bats for a .217 average. On 3 December 2010, he was non-tendered, making him a free agent. He was re-signed by the Dodgers to a minor league contract on 7 December. He was named on the roster for the Australian Baseball League franchise Sydney Blue Sox in the offseason However, he never played during the Australian summer and was assigned to AAA Albuquerque for 2011. With the Isotopes, Oeltjen was hitting .339 with eight home runs and 34 RBIs in 56 games. He was called back up to the Dodgers on 9 June and remained with the club the rest of the season as a reserve outfielder. He hit .197 in 61 games with 2 home runs and stole 6 bases.

Leading up to the inaugural season of the new ABL in 2010/11, Oeltjen was named to the Sydney Blue Sox roster and saw action in two games for the Blue Sox that year. After spending 2011 and 2012 with the Dodgers, he returned for the 2013/14 and 2014/15 ABL seasons with the Blue Sox, seeing positive returns and his role expanded each year.


In 2008, he signed as a free agent with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He hit .317/.357/.466 for the Tucson Sidewinders. His consistent performances continued when Oeltjen was with Australia for the 2009 World Baseball Classic and batted 6 for 12 in the tournament. In the 2009 season he was batting over .300 and slugging .505 for the Reno Aces. He was called up to the majors on 6 August 2009, when Justin Upton was injured.

On 6 August 2009, Oeltjen recorded his first major league hit against Pittsburgh Pirates' pitcher Kevin Hart. Oeltjen then proceeded to steal his first major league base. He then hit his first major league home run off Pittsburgh Pirates' pitcher Jesse Chavez in the top of the 8th inning, a blast over the right field wall. Oeltjen finished the game 2 for 6 with an RBI and two stolen bases.

Oeltjen signed a minor league contract which included an invitation to spring training with the Milwaukee Brewers on 4 December 2009. On 1 July 2010, he exercised an out clause in his contract and was granted his release from the Brewers.


Trent was impressing critics as he continued to rise through the ranks, batting at .300 with the AA team New Britain Rock Cats in 2006 and was picked for the World team in the 2006 All-Star Futures Game. Following this success, he was promoted to AAA in 2007 for the Rochester Red Wings and although struggled in the regular season, he was perhaps the most outstanding individual player in the 2007 Baseball World Cup where he hit at a 523/.580/.614 clip to lead averages, steals (7) and runs (9) and was picked in the Cup All-Star team.


Oeltjen was signed by the Minnesota Twins organization in 2001. He hit at a .321/.387/.418 clip in his debut year for the GCL Twins and was quickly promoted to the Elizabethton Twins before the end of the season. The following year, Trent continued to excel and was promoted to the Class A Quad City River Bandits. He continued to improve and by the end of 2003 he was batting just under .300 in 123 games for Quad City and was promoted to the Fort Myers Miracle for the '04 season where he missed games to play for the Australia national baseball team in the 2004 Athens Olympics. Oeltjen would go on to represent Australia at the 2005 Baseball World Cup and 2006 World Baseball Classic.


Oeltjen and pitcher Ryan Rowland-Smith co-founded NxtGen Baseball, a training camp for young baseball players. He completed his schooling at Gilroy College, Castle Hill and graduated in 2000.


Trent Carl Wayne Oeltjen (/ˈ t r ɛ n t ˈ ʌ l tʃ ɛ n / ; born 28 February 1983 in Sydney, Australia) is an Australian former professional baseball outfielder. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Los Angeles Dodgers. He is 6'1" (185 cm) tall and weighs 190 pounds (86 kg). In 2004, he was part of the Australian national baseball team that won a silver medal in the baseball tournament at the Athens Olympics.


In his third game, he hit a lead-off home run against the Washington Nationals, as well as one against the New York Mets in his fourth game. Oeltjen hit his three home runs in his first 20 at bats. He also came one hit shy of the cycle in a four hit game on 11 August. The four hits meant that he became the fifth player in the "expansion era" since 1961 to have twelve hits in the first five major league games played.