Eduardo Nunez may not be a new name for you in case you love watching baseball. And, we believe you do! The 33-year old is a renowned Dominican professional baseball player and he has often been in news for his successful-and-ongoing career.
The professional's successful career is certain to reflect in his wealthy and lavish lifestyle but do you know anything about how much exactly is his net worth? Well, in case you don't! you are at the right place. In this section, we are going to reveal all about his net worth and salary. Just stay with us.
The current jersey number 10 of the Boston Red Sox of Major League Basell, Nunez started his professional career with a contract in February 2004 with The New York Yankees. He started with Yankees as an international free agent.
Eduardo Nunez started his professional career in February 2004 with The New York Yankees as an international free agent
He began his first professional game playing in minor league baseball with the Staten lslandYankeess of a Class A Short Season New York- Pennsylvania League in the 2005 season. That Season, Yankees won the league championship. For his performance, he soon came into recognization and was regarded as the sixth-best man in the Yankees organization.
The next season he played for the Charleston RiverDogs of the Class A South Atlantic League (SAL). He managed a 0.214 batting average in the season 2005 and 2006. And after playing two consecutive seasons with Charleston, he was promoted to Tampa Yankees of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League.
In the year 2007, Eduardo Nunez was promoted to Tampa Yankees of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League from Charleston RiverDogs of the Class A South Atlantic League (SAL)
Further, with an impressive batting average of 0.271, Nunez was promoted to the Trenton Thunder of the Class AA Eastern League for the 2009 season. With Trenton, he made a total of 123 appearances in which he got two hits. In the 2010 season, he was named to the International League All-Star Team, the postseason All-Star Team, and the Topps Trible-A-All-Star Team.
In the 2010 season, Eduardo Nunez was named to the International League All-Star Team, the postseason All-Star Team, and the Topps Trible-A-All-Star Team
On August 19, 2010, Nunez joined the majors for the first time. He debuted on the very day replacing Jeter. The infielder hit his first career home run against the Chicago White Sox on the 3rd day of his debut. In 30 games for the Yankees, he hit 0.280 with one home run, seven RIBs and was rated the eighth-best prospect in the Yankees.
And on September 2012, Nunez was promoted to the first batting line-up and since then he has been playing with the front line players. And is one of the best prospect of the Yankees. And on July 28, 2016, he signed a contract with the San Franciso Giants for the left-handed minor league. With in a year, Giants traded him to the Boston Red Sox.
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Nunez has had a successful career and is going well on today's date too. So, it wouldn't be wrong to say that the player has bagged a good amount and awards in his name. And obviously, his salary should be alluring. So let's find out.
Eduardo was one of the best men of Yankees and has made most of the fortune with his former team, Yankees. Though his net worth hasn't been revealed till date, with the 8-long active season he made a total of $9,033,506.
And even though he was moved out of San Franciso Giants within a year, he received a good amount of $4,200,000 as a guaranteed amount from the Giants.
As up to 2017, with the 8-long active season, Eduardo Nunez made a total of $9,033,506- spotrac.
Well, the figures are quite amazing, isn't it? Frankly, the professional's awards list is also fascinating.
With years of hardship, Nunez has earned a lot. His successful career and talent is definitely reflected by his awards.
During his time with Yankees, he was named as the "Best Defensive Infielder" and the "Best Infield Arm". And in the year of 2010, he won the Kevin Lawn Award as the Yankees minor league player.
In 2016 Nunez was awarded a position in the All-Star Game.
Well, the infielder is still on track adding dollars to his account. Let's wish him best of luck.