Roberto Alomar Net Worth

Net Worth:$30 Million
Date of Birth: February 5, 1968 (56 years old)
Height:1.83 m
Profession:Baseball player
Nationality:United States of America

What is Roberto Alomar’s Net Worth?

Roberto Alomar is an American ex-professional baseball player who has a net worth of $30 million. In the history of MLB, he is widely recognized as the second-best player of his time.

Formative Years

On the 5th of February 1968, Roberto “Robbie” Alomar Velázquez was birthed into a family of baseballers in Ponce, Puerto Rico.

He alongside Sandy Alomar Jr., his elderly brother was groomed mostly by their mother due to the overlap of duties of their father who serves as a major league second baseman. The entire family of Alomar usually participates in baseball activities during holiday periods.

MLB Career

Roberto Alomar eventually became a member of the Class-A affiliate team in Charleston after signing a contract with the San Diego Padres when he turned 17 years of age. Shortly after a year, he played with the Reno Padres and had a hitting average of.346 to win the California League batting championship.

Subsequently, on April 22, 1988, Roberto made his major league debut against the Houston Astros. In 1990, while serving as a National League reserve, he made his first All-Star appearance.

Roberto Alomar and Joe Carter were swapped for Fred McGriff and Tony Fernández by the Toronto Blue Jays on December 5, 1990. The Blue Jays were Alomar’s longest-tenured franchise, and he played there until 1995.

He was chosen to the All-Star squad and received the Gold Glove Award in each of his five seasons with the Blue Jays.

Roberto joined the Baltimore Orioles in December 1995 and played there through the end of the 1998 season. He next signed a contract with the Cleveland Indians, spending two of his most fruitful seasons there in 1999 and 2001.

Prior to calling it quits during spring training in 2005, Roberto played for the New York Mets, Chicago White Sox, and Arizona Diamondbacks in his final seasons.

The switch hitter finished his hitting career. With 2,724 hits overall, 210 home runs, and 1,134 runs batted in, 300. Roberto was chosen as an All-Star 12 times, won the Gold Glove Award 10 times, and the Silver Slugger Award 4 times.

The 1992 ALCS MVP and 1992 and 1993 World Series champion was Roberto Alomar. He was the first member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame to be pictured as a Blue Jays player when he was inducted into the organization in 2011.

Roberto Alomar was inducted into the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame, and Toronto retired his No. 12 jersey.

Career Earnings & Contracts

Near the end of his career, Roberto Alomar was making upwards of $8 million annually. Over his MLB career, he made more than $76.6 million in salary alone.

In 1992 and 1993  he made a total earning of $3 million and $5 million respectively during his World Series times together with more than $7 million annually with the Cleveland Indians and $8 million annually with the New York Mets.


In June 2009, Roberto Alomar tied the knot with a model Maripily Rivera named Puerto Rican but unfortunately got divorced in 2011 due to an accusation of domestic violence by his wife on three different occasions.

A total number of four persons including his ex-wife sued Roberto for allegedly exposing them to HIV. According to his ex-lawyer, and wife he settled with Meghann Shaughnessy, a professional tennis player, and ex-girlfriend Ilya Dall for $4 million.

After being investigated and accused of sexual assault in 2014, Roberto was prohibited from participating in baseball activities later in 2021

The Blue Jays then stripped him of his Level of Excellence title and hauled down his retired number banner from the Rogers Centre’s rafters.

However in December 2012, Roberto later married Kim Perks a Toronto native, and together they birthed a daughter with a current residence in Toronto.

Real Estate

Roberto purchased an opulent mansion in Tampa, Florida, for $2.4 million in December 2009. The property has an 18,000 square-foot mansion with 9 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms that is situated on more than 3 acres.

For $6.5 million, Roberto put the house on the market in 2014. In May 2020, he eventually took $4 million.

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