Alex Rodriguez Net Worth
Alex Rodriguez Net Worth 2019 – Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez, nicknamed “A-Rod”, is an American former professional baseball shortstop and third baseman. He played 22 seasons in Major League Baseball for the Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, and New York Yankees.
According To Forbes, Alex Rodriguez Net Worth 2019 is $350 Million. He was signed by the Seattle Mariners at the age of 17 and was considered one of the most promising young prospects in major league history. He had two daughters with Cynthia Scurtis, who he was married to from 2002 to 2008. He began dating Jennifer Lopez in 2017.
Alex Rodriguez Net Worth 2019 is $350 Million
- First Name: Alexander
- Middle Name: Emmanuel
- Last Name: Rodriguez
- Full Name: Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez
- Alternative Name: A-Rod
- Age: 42 years
- Birthday: 27th July, 1975
- Birthplace: New York City, New York
- Height: 6′ 2½” (189 cm)
- Weight: 223lbs (101 kg)
- Build: Athletic
- Eye C: Green
- Hair C: Brown – Dark
- Zodiac Sign: Leo
- Sexuality: Straight
- Religion: Roman Catholic
- Ethnicity: Multiracial
- Nationality: American
- High School: Westminster Christian (Miami, FL)
- Profession: Major League Baseball Player
- Profession: Baseball
- Baseball Position: Shortstop, Third Baseman
- Bats: Right
- Throws: Right
- MLB First Game Date: 8th July, 1994
- Draft: Drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 1st round (1st pick) of the 1993 amateur draft.
- Claim to Fame: Seattle Mariners shortstop, dating famous actresses/models
- Brand Endorsement: Pepsi, DirecTV, Guitar Hero
- Father: Victor Rodriguez, Sr.
Star MLB shortstop/third baseman commonly known as A-Rod who won three American League MVP awards and led the AL in home runs five times. He helped lead the New York Yankees to victory in the 2009 World Series.
In September, 2010, he hit his 610th career home run, surpassing Sammy Sosa for the most home runs hit by a player of Hispanic descent. He signed a then-record 10 year, $252 million contract with the Texas Rangers in 2000. He was suspended for the entire 2014 MLB season after being implicated in Biogenesis’ performance-enhancing drug scandal.