David Ortiz Net Worth, Bio, Age, Height, Religion, Education, Family

David Ortiz Net Worth, Bio, Age, Height, Religion, Education, Family

Facts about David Ortiz

  • Net Worth: $55 million
  • Salary: Over $6 million annually
  • Income Source: Former Baseball player and entrepreneur
  • Age: November 18, 1975
  • Height: 1.91 m
  • Weight: 104 kg
  • Religion: Christianity
  • Education (High School and College): Estudia Espaillat High School
  • Family: Americo Enrique Ortiz (Father), Angela Rosa Arias (Mother), Pedro Ortiz (Brother), Albania Ortiz (Sister), Alexandra Ortiz (Daughter), Jessica Ortiz (Daughter) and D’Angelo Ortiz (Son)
  • Wife: Tiffany Ortiz (m. 2002)
  • Residence: Miami, Florida, United States
  • Hometown: Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Nationality: American and Dominican
  • Ethnicity: Black

David Ortiz Net Worth

David Ortiz net worth is estimated to be $55 million. He earns over $6 million as salary annually.

David Ortiz Biography and Early Life

David Ortiz is a Dominican-American former professional baseball (MLB) designated hitter (DH) and first baseman who played 20 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). He was born David Americo Ortiz Arias on November 18, 1975 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and he was raised there by his parents.

David Ortiz Age

David Ortiz was born on November 18, 1975.

David Ortiz Height and Weight

David Ortiz stands at a height of 1.91 m. He weighs 104 kg.

David Ortiz Religion

David Ortiz practices Christianity as religion.

David Ortiz Education (High School and College)

David Ortiz studied at Estudia Espaillat High School in Dominican Republic.

David Ortiz Career

Ortiz was signed by Seattle Mariners on November 28, 1992. He made his professional debut in 1994. On September 13, 1996, he was traded to the Minnesota Twins. He quickly established himself in the Minnesota Twins team and played for the team from 1997 until 2002. After his release from Minnesota Twins, he began to play for Boston Red Sox and played for them from 2003 until 2016. In the course of his baseball career, he earned championships such as American League Champion and World series Champion and he was also honoured with MLB All-Decade Team and Sports Illustrated MLB All-Decade Team. Some of his awards include; American League Player of the month, American League Player of the week, Babe Ruth Award, Hank Aaron Award, World Series Most Valuable Player Award and more. Some of his records include; Ten seasons of 30 or more home runs and 100 or more RBIs, First player ever to hit two walk-off home runs in the same postseason, Red Sox single-season home-run leader and many more. Over the years, Ortiz has received about $4.5 million in endorsements. In 2007, he founded the David Ortiz Children’s Fund to support a range of his favourite causes and to help children. On June 9, 2019, Ortiz was shot, but he survived, he was discharged on July 26, 2019. This former baseball star is no newbie to controversies, on July 30, 2009, The New York Times reported that Ortiz was among a group of over 100 major League players on a list compiled by federal investigators that allegedly tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs during Major League Baseball survey testing conducted in Spring training of 2003.

David Ortiz Family

David Ortiz was born to his parents Americo Enrique Ortiz (Father) and Angela Rosa Arias (Mother). Ortiz has two siblings named Pedro Ortiz (Brother) and Albania Ortiz (Sister). Ortiz has kids named Alexandra Ortiz (Daughter), Jessica Ortiz (Daughter) and D’Angelo Ortiz (Son).

David Ortiz Wife

David Ortiz is married to his wife Tiffany Ortiz. They married in 2002. Tiffany hails from Kaukauna, Wisconsin.

David Ortiz Residence

David Ortiz resides Miami, Florida, United States.

David Ortiz Hometown

David Ortiz hometown is Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

David Ortiz Nationality and Ethnicity

David Ortiz is of American and Dominican nationality. He is black by ethnicity.

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