Johnny Bilton Wockenfuss was born on 27 February 1949 in Welch, West Virginia.
He was an American professional baseball player who played in Major League Baseball and managed in the minor league.
Wockenfuss was one of the best all-around athletes produced by John Dickinson High School in Wilmington, Delaware. He lettered in football, basketball, baseball, and track.
Wockenfuss played in multiple positions and was noted to have an unorthodox batting stance and strong throwing arm. He played professionally for the Detroit Tigers and Philadelphia Phillies.
He opened a pizzeria with his brother in Christiana, Delaware.
After his playing career ended, Wochenfuss ventured into management where he worked with the Lakeland Tigers in the minor league.
He was inducted into the Delaware Sports Hall of Fame in 1993.
Johnny Wockenfuss Cause Of Death
Wockenfuss is reported to have died of natural causes.
Johnny Wockenfuss Age
Wockenfuss was 73 years old at the time of his death.
Johnny Wockenfuss Family
Wockenfuss had a family of five in size including his three children.
Johnny Wockenfuss Wife
Wockenfuss was married to Becky Askins at the time of his death.
Johnny Wockenfuss Children
Wockenfuss had four children; sons John Bradley and Jeremy James, and daughters Caitlin Tara.
Johnny Wockenfuss Net Worth
Wockenfuss is estimated to be worth between $1 million and $10 million.
Johnny Wockenfuss Parents
Wockenfuss was born to William Emil Wockenfuss his father, but his mother’s identity is undisclosed.
Johnny Wockenfuss Siblings
Wockenfuss had three siblings: William Jr., Sue, and Midge.