Nomar Garciaparra Net Worth

Nomar Garciaparra Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Nomar Garciaparra net worth is
$45 Million

Nomar Garciaparra Wiki Biography

Anthony Nomar Garciaparra was born on the 23rd July 1973, in Whittier, California USA, and is a retired baseball player, who played on the position of shortstop for the Boston Red Sox, and also played third base and first base for the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers of the MLB, during a career which spanned 1996-2009
Have you ever wondered how rich Nomar Garciaparra is, as of mid- 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Nomar`s net worth is as high as $45 million, acquired through his successful career as a baseball player, during which he also won several awards, including the AL Rookie of the Year in 1997.

Nomar Garciaparra Net Worth $45 Million

Nomar went to St. John Bosco High School, becoming a baseball star such that he was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers out of the high school, but after matriculation he enrolled at Georgia Tech University, where he played for the university baseball team, which reached the College World Series title game, however, they lost to the Oklahoma University.

In the 1994 MLB Draft he was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the first round; however, he first played in the minor leagues seasons, before making his debut for the major league squad in 1996 against the Oakland Athletics. Since the first game, his dominance began, winning the Rookie Award that year, also the Silver Slugger Award and All-Star selection.

He dominated both offensively and defensively for the next few years, becoming one of the best players of the Red Sox, however, in 2001 he injured his wrist, which kept him sidelined for a big part of the season. His defense numbers declined, however, he still managed to play satisfactorily with above average game numbers.

His tenure at Boston came to an end in 2004, when he was traded to the Chicago Cubs, however, he didn`t stay long there, playing only one season and again battling with an injury, this time a torn muscle in his left groin. In 2006, he switched clubs again, signing a contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, which kept him with the team until 2009. The new contract certainly added a lot to his net worth.

While with the Dodgers, Nomar played a first base, his form began to come back, and as a result he earned a spot in the All-Star game in 2006. Furthermore, he won the NL comeback player of the year award.

Following the end of his contract, he signed a one-year contract with the Oakland Athletics, which also increased his net worth. After a season at Oakland, he returned to Boston, and signed the one day contract with the Red Sox, as he wanted to retire as a part of the Red Sox franchise.

Nomar ended his career recording 229 home runs, a .313 batting averagem and 936 RBI.He was selected six times for the All-Star game, and was also twice the AL batting champion, in 1999 and 2000. Furthermore, he has been inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall Of Fame.

Nomar`s net worth has also benefited from his career as a commentator and analyst, having joined ESPN in 2010, and since then has contributed to several shows on the network, including “Wednesday Night Baseball”, and “Baseball Tonight”, among others.

Regarding his personal life, Nomar has been married to Mia Hamm, a soccer player who won gold medals in both World Cup and Olympic Games, since 2003; the couple has three children.

Full NameNomar Garciaparra
Net Worth$45 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 23, 1973
Place Of BirthWhittier, California, United States
Height5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
Weight190 lbs (86.2 kg)
ProfessionBaseball player
EducationGeorgia Institute of Technology, St. John Bosco High School
SpouseMia Hamm (m. 2003)
ChildrenGrace Isabella Garciaparra, Ava Caroline Garciaparra, Garrett Garciaparra
ParentsSylvia Garciaparra, Ramon Garciaparra
SiblingsMichael Garciaparra, Yvette Garciaparra, Monique Garciaparra
NicknamesAnthony Nomar Garcia Parra
AwardsBest Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award, Baseball America Rookie of the Year
TV ShowsWednesday Night Baseball
1Inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2014.
2Joined the ESPN cable network as a baseball analyst and color commentator on game broadcasts. [March 2010]
3Announced retirement from MLB. Garciaparra hit .313 with 229 HRs in 1434 games with the Boston Red Sox (1996-2004), the Chicago Cubs (2004-2005), the Los Angeles Dodgers (2006-2008), and the Oakland A's (2009). [March 2010]
4Signed as a free agent by the Oakland Athletics. [March 2009]
5(December 18) Agreed to a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers. [2005]
6Traded to the Chicago Cubs in a complicated four-team trade. [July 2004]
7On 10 March 2010, signed a one-day contract with the Boston Red Sox and announce his retirement from baseball.
8Only player named Garciaparra to play in the majors.
9Wife Mia Hamm gave birth to twin girls on Wednesday March 28, 2007. Their names are Grace and Ava. Nomar didn't make it to the birth but coached his wife over the phone.
10One of his teammates on the Georgia Tech baseball squad was future Red Sox Captain Jason Varitek.
11he has Mexican-American nationalities
12Was traded on 31 July 2004 to the Chicago Cubs in a complicated four-team deal. After filing for free agency, he re-signed with the Cubs, citing that he felt Chicago was the best place to continue his career. Despite the trade, the Boston Red Sox presented Garciaparra with a 2004 World Series ring.
13Growing up, his father, Ramon, had him play every baseball position. This enabled him to learn the game, and also realize how important every position is.
14His father still coaches him. [2005]
15Purchased a house in Hacienda Heights, California for his parents.
16Named to Baseball Digest magazine's 1997 Rookie All-Star Team.
17Boston radio station WROR 105.7 FM parodied the Lou Bega song "Mambo #5" for him, calling it "Nomar's #5." It went through several rewrites until he was traded, at which point it was called "No More #5."
18Born on the same day as former White House intern Monica Lewinsky and actor Omar Epps.
19His preferred seat on the bench in the Red Sox dugout at Fenway was right behind a padded pipe against which he'd rest his head.
20His wife, soccer star Mia Hamm, is an Olympic gold medalist. Nomar played on the United States' Olympic baseball team in 1992.
21His brother, Michael, is an infielder for the Seattle Mariners' farm club.
22Hobbies include soccer.
23Played college baseball at Georgia Tech University.
24Member of the 1992 USA Olympic baseball team.
25Traded to Chicago Cubs as part of four-team trade on July 31, 2004.
26Was given his first name by spelling his father's name, Ramon, backwards.
27On August 1, 2004, made his debut as a Chicago Cub. It marked his first visit to Wrigley Field.
28Shortstop for the American League's Boston Red Sox, 1996-1931 July 2004. Traded to the Chicago Cubs on 31 July 2004.
29Made major league debut on 31 August 1996.
30Only player in major league history with the last name Garciaparra.
31Unanimous selection as the American League's Rookie of the Year, 1997.


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