Renee Suzuki is the lovely wife of MLB player, Kurt Suzuki -who is currently a catcher for the Washington Nationals.
Renee’s husband just won the 2019 World Series Championship as a member of the Nationals.
The 36-year-old played five seasons with the Oakland Athletics before being signed by the Washington Nationals in 2012.
Kurt won the prestigious Johnny Bench Award and the Brooks Wallace Award his senior year in college. Born Kurtis Kiyoshi Suzuki on October 4, 1983; the Hawaii native won the College World Series while playing for Cal State Fullerton in 2004.
The Athletics initially drafted Kurt as a second-round pick in the 2004 Major League Baseball draft. He made his MLB debut in 2007. He’s also played with the Minnesota Twins and Atlanta Braves.
Kurt has been a happily married man for a few years now. His pretty wife is Renee Suzuki.
Renee Marie Vignery met her future husband while attending California State University. Like her man, Renee was also a student/athlete. Renee Suzuki is a former college volleyball player. She was a fellow Titan who played volleyball, representing the women’s team of the University.
The tow dated for a while prior to their 2007 wedding. Since their nuptials, they have welcomed three children a daughter, and two sons. Renee Suzuki gave birth to daughter Malia Grace, in 2001. In 2013 Renee gave birth to their second child and first son, Kai Noah who is followed by little brother, Elijah born in 2016.
In addition to being an MLB wife and mother of three, Renee also keeps busy running the couple’s foundation. The Kurt Suzuki Family Foundation is a non-profitable organization which focuses on the scientific research of chronic illnesses and kidney diseases. The pair have personal connections to the medical affliction: Kurt’s father and Renee’s sister have both battled issues related to their kidneys in the past.
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