|Net Worth:||$350 Million|
|Date of Birth:||July 27, 1975 (48 years old)|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)|
|Profession:||Athlete, Baseball player, and Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
What are Alex Rodriguez’s net worth and salary?
Alex Rodriguez is an American Television inquisitor, and professional Baseball player who has a net worth of $350 million. He became well-known as a result of his participation in the New York Yankees and the Seattle Mariners and the Texas Rangers.
Before Alex retired in 2017, he played for the Yankees since 2014 with a total of $475 million as salary paid in MLB. Also before his retirement, he was well paid with an additional sum of $100-200 million from endorsements deals.
In the Washington Heights section of Manhattan, Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez was born to Dominican parents (Victor and Lourdes) on the 27th of July 1975.
As a result of his mother’s first marriage, Alex had two step-siblings; Joe and Suzy, together, they all relocated to the Dominican Republic, then to Miami, Florida when he was only four years old.
When he was a young child, Alex regularly practices his swings with a plastic bat and a rubber ball his father usually gives to him.
Before joining a youth league baseball team, Alex played baseball with his mates on a daily basis while he was living in Miami. His life quickly centered around baseball, His team won a national championship after he joined the Boys and Girls Club.
Growing up, Keith Hernandez, Dale Murphy, and Cal Ripken Jr. were Alex’s three favorite athletes. The New York Mets were his favorite team.
Alex Rodriguez was schooled at Miami’s Christopher Columbus High School as a freshman, he later became a star shortstop on the baseball team and played quarterback on the football team when he moved to Westminster Christian School.
He batted in 100 high school baseball games. 90 stolen bases and 419 stolen bases. When Westminster won the high school national championship in his junior year, he was named the national baseball student-athlete of the year by Gatorade and the junior player of the year by USA Baseball.
He was an All-American first-team selection as a senior. Scouts from the Major Leagues were paying close attention to Alex even before he graduated. He was the first high school player to ever try out for the baseball team of the United States in 1993.
Alex Rodriguez was the top prospective baseball player in the country after he graduated from high school which made him
In addition to being selected to play quarterback for the football team the Hurricanes, he signed a letter of intent to play baseball for the University of Miami in Florida. He was taken in the first round of the 1993 amateur draft, but he declined Miami’s scholarship to sign with the Seattle Mariners. Alex was only seventeen years old then.
In February 1994, Alex Rodriguez presented himself for spring training. On July 8, 1994, he started his first game at shortstop. Since 1900, only three shortstops under the age of 18 have played baseball.
Alex Rodriguez established many records while playing for the Mariners and rose to the position of star player before departing the organization in 2000 to join the Texas Rangers.
From 2001 to 2003, he was a member of the Rangers. Despite the Rangers finishing last in the AL Western division, he set numerous personal records at this time.
Alex won the league MVP award while still playing for a team in last place.
He was traded to the Yankees before the 2004 season and changed positions to third baseman because Derek Jeter was the team’s primary shortstop previously.
Alex Rodriguez won the AL MVP award twice while playing for the Yankees, in 2005 and 2007. When he reached 500 home runs in 2007, he did so at the youngest age ever.
In 2009, the first season of the new Yankee Stadium, and the year Rodriguez won his lone major championship, the Yankees defeated the Philadelphia Phillies to win the World Series.
Injuries to his hip and knee forced him to switch to being a designated hitter only toward the conclusion of his career.
Alex Rodriguez became a media practitioner after his retirement as a professional baseball player. He has made numerous appearances on television programs like Shark Tank, and ABC News network including being a presenter for Fox Sports 1.
Subsequently, ESPN made public information in January 2018, about Alex becoming a member of their broadcasting team for Sunday Night Baseball.
In 2002, Alex Rodriguez tied the knot with Cynthia Scurtis whom he met first at a gym center located in Miami. The love birds eventually gave birth to a girl child; Natasha Alexander on November 18, 2004.
Later on April 21, 2008, they were blessed with another child Ella Alexander. Due to allegations laid on Alex on the grounds of marital misconduct like emotional abandonment, and extramarital affairs, Cynthia filed a divorce on the 7th day of July 2008.
In his response, Rodriguez claimed that his marriage was “irretrievably damaged” and asked for the claims of his extramarital encounters to be removed from the court file.
In February 2017, Alex and Jennifer Lopez started a relationship. A-Rod and JLo confirmed their engagement in March 2019. With a $400 million net worth, Jennifer is $50 million richer than Alex. They have a $750 million combined net worth as of this writing.
A-Rod received $4.4 million for the sale of his 3,700 square foot, four bedroom, three and a half bathroom property in the Hollywood Hills. In 2014, he acquired the house from Meryl Streep and Don Gummer.
In Coral Gables, Florida, he owns a sizable estate that was built to order.
A-Rod additionally invests in housing complexes in New York. His A-Rod Corp. has joined up with real estate investor and operator Ofer Yardeni of Stonehenge NYC and brokerage guru Adam Modlin to buy apartments and condos of all sizes throughout the city.
For $15.3 million, Alex and Jennifer Lopez purchased a condo on Park Avenue together in 2018. In 2020, this house was sold for $15.75 million.
They paid $6.6 million to acquire Jeremy Piven’s Malibu home in 2019.
Alex Rodriguez denied using performance-enhancing drugs in a 2007 60 Minutes interview with Katie Couric. He acknowledged using steroids while playing for the Rangers from 2001 to 2003 in February 2009.
In 2013, Rodriguez was rehabilitating from a hip injury when he got into a fight with the team’s management about his treatment and for allegedly obtaining performance-enhancing substances as part of the Biogenesis baseball controversy.
He received a 211-game suspension from MLB in August 2013 for his role in the scandal, although he was still allowed to play while contesting the penalty.
The first penalty would have been the longest non-lifetime ban in Major League Baseball history if it had been upheld.
He remained off the field for the entire 2014 season after the punishment was lowered to 162 games following an arbitration process.
Highlights of Salary and Earnings
Alex’s career earnings in baseball alone totaled $441 million. Compared to some of his contemporaries, he “only” received about $40 million in endorsement income.
Derek Jeter, in contrast, retired in 2014 with a total income of $400 million (salary AND endorsements).
Of those $400 million, Derek’s endorsements brought in about $130 million. A-Rod once reigned supreme in the world of endorsements, but after admitting to using steroids, his most lucrative deals dried up.
He signed many deals that, at the time, broke records for sports contracts. He made $33 million in pay annually at his height. The most expensive contract in sports history was extended by Rodriguez in 2007 when he agreed to a new 10-year, $275 million contract with the Yankees.
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