Dominican-American professional baseball third baseman who played most of his career for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball (MLB). In the year 2010, he drafted by the Orioles with the third overall pick. Also, he played for Los Angeles Dodgers in the year 2018.
Who is Manny Machado Wife?
Manny Machado is happily married to his wife Yainee Alonso who is his longtime girlfriend. His wife Yainee was a member of the cheerleading team of the University of Miami. The couple met for the first time through her brother Yonder Alonso. Also, Manny asked his brother Yonder if he could date his sister while the three were on a vacation to Spain in the year 2011.
After that, Manny confirmed that he and his wife Alonso were, in fact, engaged to be married. At the time of their engagement, Manny was just 20 & Yainee was 23. He proposed Alonso for marriage on a beach and he remembered that the proposal was quite embarrassing in 2014.
According to reports, Manny and his spouse Yainee exchanged the wedding vows despite that tentative December date. He has shared the evidence of his marriage with his wife Yainee by sharing numerous pictures of their wedding from his official Instagram account.
However, their date planned for the wedding on December 6th, 2014 and a destination in Paris. From their relationship, they shared a kid. The couple is living happily together.
On July 6, 1992, Manny Machado born to parents’ Rosa Machado (mother) and Manuel Machado (father). His birth name is Manuel Arturo Machado. She was born in Hialeah, Florida. She was raised by his mother and uncle Geovanny Brito.
By nationality, he is American and belongs to Dominican heritage. He attended Brito High School located in Miami. Then he stands at a height 6 feet tall while he weighs around 82 kg.
What is the Net Worth & Salary of Manny Machado?
Dominican-American professional baseball player, Manny Machado has an estimated net worth of around $15 million. In the year 2019, he signed the biggest free-agent contract with Padres worth $300 million for 10 years. Similarly, he receives an annual salary is reported to be around $30 million.
Then, he will earn around $39,449,785 including $34,174,786 as base salary and $5,250,000 as a signing bonus respectively. So far from his professional career, he has earned more than $39,449,785.
He earned money from panthers sportswear. He has done endorsement for brands includes baseball T-shirts, Jerseys, gears, and Merchandise. Also, he is a part of the Jordan Brand where he owns Jordan cleats as well. He is living a luxurious life from his earning.
Manny Machado is a is a Dominican-American professional baseball player. He is baseball third baseman and shortstop for the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB). In the year 2010, he was picked third overall the Baltimore Orioles.
Manny is a shortstop and the third baseman who made his MLB debut with the Baltimore Orioles in 2012. In the year 2013, he played his All-Star game for Baltimore. Also, he won the Gold Glove Award in the same year as the best fielders.
In the year 2015, he won the second Gold Glove Award. During his senior year in his school, his batted average .639 in Miami, Florida. Similarly, he has played two years in the minor leagues before being called up to the Baltimore Orioles. Also, he included the All-Star game four times.
His dedication to his professional career is the reason for his successful career. Similarly, he has played many of the minor leagues & the international games.
World Baseball Classic (Dominican Republic)
In the year 2017 World Baseball Classic, he played for the Dominican Republic. Manny was named the most valuable player in the first round’s Pool C, in which he batted .357. His national team lost to the US in Pool F, failing to advance to the championship round. In his six games, he has slashed .269/.321/.462 while hitting a pair of doubles and a home run.
Manny expressed his decision as:
“There was no way I could pass on representing the Dominican Republic in the WBC. It’s in my blood. I’m doing it for my mother. I’m doing it for my uncle. I’m doing it for everybody who has supported me in my career.
And most of all, I’m doing it for my grandfather.
Honestly, if he were here to watch me play in the WBC, I don’t think he would have any words to describe how it would make him feel. Which would be O.K., because whether he’s here or not, the only word that will matter when I put that jersey on will be the country on the front: Dominicana.”