Bobby Bonilla Net Worth: Know his earnings,stats,age, house, wife, son
Facts of Bobby Bonilla Net Worth: Know his earnings,stats,age, house, wife, son
|Net worth||$27 million|
|Date of Birth:||1963 February 23|
|First Name||Roberto Martin|
|Last Name||Antonio Bonilla|
|Age:||60 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
An American former baseball player, Bobby Bonilla has the net worth estimated to be around $27 million. He played in Major League Baseball for 15 years from 1986 to 2001.
What are the earnings of Bobby Bonilla? Know about his salary and contracts details here:
Spending around 15 years in baseball career has helped Bobby Bonilla to collect the fortune of $27 million. Without a doubt, his main source of income is sports.
Bobby Bonilla owns a house in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Down here we'll be looking at Bonilla's salary and contracts details from the teams which he has played:
Salary with Chicago White Sox(1986)= $115,000
Salary(1990)= $1.25 million
Salary(1991)= $2.4 million
New York Mets(1992-1995)
Salary(1992)= $6.1 million
Salary(1993)= $6.2 million
Salary(1994)= $6.3 million
Salary(1995)= $5.3 million
Salary(1999)= $5.9 million
Salary with Baltimore Orioles(1996)= $5.1 million
Four-Year Contract(1996)= $23.3 million
Salary(1997)= $5.6 million
Salary(1998)= $5.9 million
Salary with Atlanta Braves(2000)= $200,000
One-Year Contract with Atlanta Braves(2000)= $200,000
Salary with St. Louis Cardinals(2001)= $900,000
One-Year Contract with St. Louis Cardinals(2001)= $900,000
Let's know about Bonilla's Professional Career Highlights:
Bonilla was formerly signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates but he went to spent a season at the Chicago White Sox in 1986. He formerly played for the Mayaguez Indians of the Puerto Rican Winter League from 1984 to 1988.
In 1987, Bonilla went to become the third baseman of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He played four seasons with the Pirates and became a free agent which led him to join the New York Mets.
Bonilla became the highest-paid player in the league when he signed with the Mets in 1991. He stayed with the team until 1995 and joined the Baltimore Orioles for one year.
Becoming a free agent in 1996 decided Bonilla to be a part of the Florida Marlins. He won the 1997 World Series with the Marlins. Then, he was traded to the LA Dodgers with Manuel Barrios, Jim Eisenreich, Charles Johnson, and Gray Sheffield in exchange of Mike Piazza and Todd Zeile.
His time at the Dodgers was only for rest of the 1998 season. He then reunited back with the Mets in 1999. But only a year later, he joined the Atlanta Braves.
For his last season, Bonilla joined St. Louis Cardinals. Due to injuries, his playing time reduced and he had to retire from his professional baseball career.
Considering his baseball career, Bonilla had a batting average of 0.279. He had a total of 2,010 Hits, 287 Home Runs, and 1,173 Runs batted in throughout his 15 years of a baseball career.
To mention, Bonilla is six-time All-Star Award winner in the years 1988 to 1991, 1993, and 1995. He also won Silver Slugger Award three times in the years 1988, 1990, and 1991.
Where and when was Bobby Bonilla born? Know about his childhood here:
Bobby was originally born as Roberto Martin Antonio Bonilla, on February 23, 1963, in Bronx, New York, to a Puerto Rican descent family.
Bonilla went to Herbert H. Lehman High School where he started playing baseball. He graduated from there in 1981.
He ran out of selection in the 1981 MLB Draft and went to New York Institute of Technology for a semester to study computers and majoring in computer science.
Is Bobby Bonilla married? Let's know:
Yes, Bonilla is married and a divorced man.
He married Migdalia "Millie" Bonilla in the late '80s. They had two children together but they divorced in 2009.
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