Adrian Gonzalez Biography
Adrian Gonzalez is a renowned American-Mexican baseball player. He is widely known for being MLB first baseman. He was named to 4 consecutive All-Star teams from 2008 to 2011, playing for the San Diego Padres and Boston Red Sox; traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012.
Adrian Gonzalez is living a happily married life with her beautiful wife Betsy Gonzalez and two daughters.
Adrian Gonzalez Early Life & Education
Born as Adrián Savin González on 8th May 1982, in San Diego, California. He is the son of Mexican parents, David and Alba Gonzalez. He has two brothers named David Jr. and Edgar who was former Big Leaguer. After his birth, Gonzalez family went to Tijuana, where his father opened an air- conditioner company.
Adrian Gonzalez grew up along with his brothers in Mexico, playing baseball. Their father was also a player in Mexican National Baseball Team. Later the family located in California Bonita, turning back to the United States. He attended Eastlake High School in Chula Vista, California.
Instagram: Adrian as a child;
— Adrián González (@Adrian_ElTitan) December 1, 2016
Adrian Gonzalez Baseball Career
Adrian Gonzalez was a late pick-out for his schooling at Eastlake High School, In 2000 he converted the second player to ever get selected in first overalls after Alex Rodriguez.
In June 2003 Gonzalez was drafted first overall and given a $3 million signing bonus by the Florida Marlins. He was a part of the Florida Marlins from 2000- until 2003.
Adrian Gonzalez then played for the Texas Rangers (2004–2005), and then San Diego Padres (2006–2010. He joined the Boston Red Sox in 2011 when he signed a seven-year $154 million contract.
Adrian Gonzalez achieved quite a lot of fame for his game swing timings and played for teams like Gulf Coast League Marlins, Utica Blue Sox, Kane County Cougars, Albuquerque Isotopes, and Portland Sea Dogs including several more.
Twitter: Adrian during his match;
— MLB México (@MLB_Mexico) April 25, 2017
He also received the chance to play in the All-Star Futures Game. In his second professional season with A-level Kane County Cougars within 127 games, he achieved .312 with 17 home runs and 103 RBIs.
On May 5, 2017, Gonzalez was located on the 10-day disabled list due to right elbow soreness. It was the beginning time in his MLB career that Gonzalez was set on the DL.
Adrian Gonzalez Married, Dating, Affairs, Children, Wife
Adrian is a happily married man. He and his wife Betsy Gonzalez has been married for a long time. After dating for around a year the couple got married. Their wedding date was in 2003, where only close friends and relatives attended the ceremony.
The couple has two adorable daughters. The family resides in a community named La Jolla near San Diego County.
Adrian’s wife Betsy Gonzalez’s actual first name is Betzabe. She has given a lot back to the community while her husband dazzles on the field. Together they founded “The Adrian and Betsy Gonzalez Foundation” which supports underprivileged youth in the areas of athletics, education, and health.
Twitter: Adrian with his beautiful wife;
— Adrián González (@Adrian_ElTitan) February 2, 2017
Betsy also served as the “Red Sox Foundation” and most recently, the couple donated and gave out toys to children at the East LA Annual Winter Wonderland Holiday Celebration.
Adrian Gonzalez Net Worth, Income, Earning, Salary
Adrian Gonzalez earns a good sum of money in his career. In 2016, he listed #93 in the World’s Highest Paid Athletes and #69 in 2015 by Forbes Magazine. The baseman purchased a $7.2 million business around La Jolla in 2010.
Adrian Gonzalez also invested in a former ballplayer Bret Boone house worth $6.3 which is a 12,500 square feet estate with a seven bedroom and nine baths with a secluded guest house. In 2011 Gonzalez was hired by the Boston Red Sox for a $154 million contract for which $21 million.
Allocating information from several sources as of 2018, it is found out that Gonzalez’s current estimated net worth is around $65 million. His an annual salary of $21.85 million given to him by Los Angeles Dodgers, for whom he currently plays at the Major League Baseball.