Harrison Bader Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife & Biography

Harrison Bader
Harrison Bader

Harrison Joseph Bader is an American professional baseball center fielder.Harrison Bader Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife & Biography read all about on this PageHe previously played for the St. Louis Cardinals in Major League Baseball.

Bader, who was born and raised in Bronxville, New York, attended the University of Florida and played college baseball there. He was drafted by the Cardinals in the third round of the 2015 MLB draft, and he made his MLB debut in 2017.

Harrison Bader Family Details and Biography

Real NameHarrison Joseph Bader
Birthdate3 June 1994
Age (2022)28 years
Place of BirthBronxville, New York, United States
EthnicityNot Known
Marital Status Not Married
Spouse/PartnerNot Known
ChildrenNot Yet
Father NameLouis Bader
Mother NameJanice Bader
SiblingsOne Younger Sister
Profession American professional baseball center
Net Worth$3 Million
Last Update2022

Harrison Bader Early Life and Education

Bader was born on  June 3, 1994 in the village of Bronxville, New York, in the town of Eastchester. His educational background is not very clear. He went to a local private school for her primary education. For his higher education, he went to some private university. His exact education is not very clear but he seems to be a graduate.

Harrison Bader Family Life and Parents

Harrison Bader Family
Harrison Bader Family

Harrison Bader Parents are Louis Bader and Janice Bader.Harrison Bader’s father Louis Bader is Jewish, and his mother Janice is Italian (Sicilian). Both of his parents are originally from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.His father is the lead counsel for Verizon in New York.He has a younger sister, Sasha.His first cousin is Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio.He very close her parents and enjoys spending time with them. His parents always supported his career.

Harrison Bader Wife, Children

He has never shared his personal life on social media that’s why we are not sure about his marital status he is married or not. We don’t have much information about se has any past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

Harrison Bader Net Worth

Harrison Bader has an estimated Net Worth of $3 Million in 2022.Harrison Bader signed a 2 year / $10,400,000 contract with the St. Louis Cardinals. He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Net Worth$3 Million
NameHarrison Bader
Income / Salary Per Years$4,700,000
Income / Salary Per MonthUnder Review
Income Source American professional baseball center
Last Update2022

Harrison Bader Salary, Earnings

Harrison Bader agreed to terms with the St. Louis Cardinals on a two-year, $10,400,000 contract, with $10,400,000 guaranteed and an annual average salary of $5,200,000. Bader’s base salary in 2022 will be $4,700,000, with a total salary of $4,700,000. The adjusted salary of Bader with the New York Yankees is $1,652,736.

He earns a handsome salary from his profession. Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle. His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.

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Harrison Bader Physical Appearance

Height (Approx)1.83 m
Weight (Approx)76kg
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBrown
Body TypeFit

Harrison Bader Professional Career

The St. Louis Cardinals selected Bader in the third round, 100th overall, in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft. He signed with the Cardinals, receiving a $400,000 signing bonus, and made his professional debut with the Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League’s State College Spikes, hitting two home runs in his first game.

Bader was among the top five National League rookie leaders in runs (61; 4th), doubles (20; 5th), home runs (12; 5th), and extra base hits (34; 5th).With eight outfield assists, he tied for the National League lead among rookies.His 15 stolen bases as a rookie were the most by a Cardinals rookie since Kolten Wong in 2014, and his 100 hits were the most by a Cardinals rookie since Colby Rasmus in 2009.

Bader was named to the Baseball America 2008 All-Star Rookie Team as well as the Topps 2018 All-Star Rookie Team, and he finished sixth in the NL Rookie of the Year voting.Bader batted.205/.314/.366 with 12 home runs, 39 RBIs, 11 stolen bases, and 13 hit by pitches in 128 games with St. Louis in 2019.He was one of only eight major league players to have double-digit home run, stolen base, and hit by pitch totals.His sprint speed was 29.5 feet per second, ranking him 11th among all major leaguers with 100 or more competitive runs.

On defense, he had eight outfield assists (tied for second among NL outfielders) and four double plays, the most by a Cardinals outfielder since Jim Edmonds had five in 2003, when Bader played all 122 games in center field.His zone rating of.956 was the highest by a Cardinals outfielder since the category was first recorded in 1987. In Baseball America’s 2019 Best Tools survey of managers, coaches, scouts, and executives, he was named the “Best Defensive Outfielder” in the National League. He also received his first nomination and was a Rawlings Gold Glove finalist.

To avoid arbitration, Bader and the Cardinals agreed to a two-year, $10.4 million contract on April 3, 2022.On May 10, Bader hit an inside-the-park home run, the first by a Cardinal since Vince Coleman in 1985 and the only one in Busch Stadium III. Bader was placed on the 10-day injured list by the Cardinals on June 27 due to plantar fasciitis in his right foot. He was batting at the time of his trade. 256/.303/.370 with five home runs in 246 at bats, 15 stolen bases in 17 attempts (5th in the NL), and had been error-free in center field.

The Cardinals traded Bader and a player to be named later or cash considerations to the New York Yankees on August 2, 2022, for pitcher Jordan Montgomery.On September 20, Bader recorded his first New York Yankees hit, driving in a run against Oswaldo Cabrera.Bader hit his first home run for the New York Yankees in Game 1 of the 2022 American League Division Series against Cleveland Guardians pitcher Cal Quantrill.

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