Odalis Perez Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Biography

Odalis Perez Family

Odalis Perez was a Dominican professional baseball starting pitcher has a Net Worth of $2 Million know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Biography.

Odalis Perez Biography

Odalis Amadol Pérez was a Dominican professional baseball starting pitcher. He played with the Atlanta Braves (1998–2001), the Los Angeles Dodgers (2002–2006), the Kansas City Royals (2006–2007), and the Washington Nationals (2008).On January 15, 2002, he was traded by the Braves with Andrew Brown (minors) and Brian Jordan to the Dodgers for Gary Sheffield.

Name  Odalis Amadol Pérez
Date of Birth 11 June 1977
Age ( 2022 ) 44 years
Died 10 March 2022
Place of Birth Las Matas de Farfán, Dominican Republic
Nationality Dominican 
Ethnicity Not Known
Marital Status Married
Spouse / Partner Evelina Garcia
Children One
Mother Name  Not Known
Father Name  Not Known
Siblings Not Known
Education Not Known
Profession Baseball player
Last Update March 2022

Odalis Perez Parents and Family

Odalis Perez was born on June 11, 1977 in Las Matas de Farfán, Dominican Republic.Pérez was a 1995 graduate of Damian David Ortiz High School in his homeland.

Odalis Perez Wife, Was Odalis Perez Married

Odalis Perez married with wife Evelina Garcia.Odalis Perez’s separated wife Evelina Garcia was a popular television present and a model.The couple had problems from the first year of their marriage, so they decided to separate within a year.The couple had a daughter together Ámbar Evelina born in 2008.

Odalis Perez Net Worth

Odalis Perez has an estimated Net Worth $2 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from her hard work  hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Odalis Perez Career

Pérez joined the Braves in September 1998, going 0-1. He won a game for the Braves in the 1998 postseason, becoming the first pitcher in MLB history to earn a playoff win without having won a regular season game.

On May 2, 1999, Pérez got his first regular-season victory pitching 5.2 innings and allowing two earned runs with seven strikeouts, as Atlanta rolled to a 5-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.

On January 15, 2002, he was traded by the Braves with Andrew Brown (minors) and Brian Jordan to the Dodgers for Gary Sheffield.In a two-year period from 2002-2003, he won 27 games (15 in 2002, 12 in 2003), which was tied for the third most wins by a left-handed pitcher in the National League, joining Tom Glavine behind Randy Johnson and Al Leiter, and 10th most in the majors.

He was the first Dodger left-hander to register at least 12 wins in consecutive seasons since Fernando Valenzuela accomplished the feat between 1986 (21) and 1987 (14). During the same period, Pérez also had the sixth-most strikeouts mark (296) among all majors lefties, ranking fourth in the National League behind Johnson, Randy Wolf and Leiter.

On February 19, 2008, Pérez signed a minor league contract with the Washington Nationals and was invited to spring training. Pérez had his contract purchased by the Nationals on March 20, 2008.Pérez agreed to a minor league contract with the Nationals prior to the 2009 season. However, he had second thoughts and did not report to spring training, instead wanting a major league deal. He was subsequently released.

Odalis Perez Cause of Death

Pérez died after falling off a ladder at his home in Santo Domingo on March 10, 2022. He was 44.Pérez was alone at home at the time of death.