Roberto Alomar : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography

Roberto Alomar is a Puerto Rican former Big League Ballplayer who played for the San Diego Padres know all about him as like Family, Net Worth 2021, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography

Roberto Alomar : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography
Roberto Alomar

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Full Name Roberto Alomar
Birth Date 5 February 1968
Birth Place Ponce, Puerto Rico
Nationality American
Siblings Sandy Alomar Jr.
Parents Sandy Alomar Sr., María Velázquez
Material Status Married
Wife/Girlfriend Kim Perks (m. 2012), Maripily Rivera (m. 2009–2011)
Children Robertito Alomar, Robyn Alomar
Profession Baseball player
Net Worth $40 million.

Roberto "Robbie" Alomar Velázquez is a Puerto Rican former Big League Ballplayer who played for the San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians, ny Mets, Chicago White Sox, and Arizona Diamondbacks.

The son of MLB second sacker Sandy Alomar Sr., Alomar followed in his father's footsteps, signing with the Padres as an amateur free agent in 1985. He made his big league debut with the team three years later, establishing himself as an exceptional base-stealing, hitting, and fielding threat before becoming an All-Star in 1990.

Early life

Alomar was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico and raised in Salinas, Puerto Rico.The son of Santos "Sandy" Alomar Sr. and María Velázquez, Alomar grew up during a baseball family. He and his older brother Sandy Jr. were raised mostly by their mother, thanks to their father's career as a serious league second sacker .When school in Puerto Rico was out for the summer, they joined their father, who let his sons lollygag around the clubhouse, shag fly balls, and absorb the game—especially from his ny Yankees teammates, like Thurman Munson and Graig Nettles.Growing up, Alomar idolized his father and José Cruz, both of whom were All-Star players.

Personal life

Alomar married Puerto Rican model Maripily Rivera on June 1, 2009. subsequent year, Rivera alleged that she had been victim of aggression from Alomar which she wanted to finish the wedding . Alomar alleged that Rivera had threatened to divorce him unless he gave her half ownership of his Tampa residence.The divorce was finalized on July 12, 2011 with a personal settlement.On December 12, 2012, Alomar married Toronto native Kim Perks at the gallery of Ontario.Their first daughter was born in 2014.The Alomars reside in Toronto.

Roberto Alomar Net Worth

Roberto Alomar is a former professional baseball player who  played for the San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians has a net worth of $40 million.

Professional Career

Alomar made his big league debut on April 22, 1988 against the Houston Astros, recording successful in his first at bat, off of Nolan Ryan. With the Padres, he established himself as a solid hitter and baserunner, and defensively, he displayed excellent lateral range and a strong arm, often making spectacular plays on ground balls hit deep within the hole between first and second base, and on balls hit up the center , well behind second base. He became an All-Star for the primary time in 1990, as a reserve player for the National League.

On December 21, 1995, Alomar signed with the Baltimore Orioles at a time when Toronto was looking to rebuild, while Baltimore was improving into a pennant-contending team. In Baltimore, he paired with Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. to make a formidable double-play combination.

On November 24, 1998, Alomar signed a four-year contract with the Cleveland Indians,joining his All-Star brother, Sandy Jr. it had been in Cleveland that Alomar had two of his finest seasons. In 1999, he hit .323 and set career highs with 24 home runs, 120 RBI, 138 runs, 99 walks, a .422 on-base percentage and a .533 slugging percentage. In 2001, he batted .336/.415/.541, with 20 home runs, 100 RBI, and 30 steals.

Post-playing Career

On April 4, 2008, Alomar was inducted into the Blue Jays Level of Excellence at Rogers Centre, before the team's home opener.In 2010, Alomar's first year of Hall of Fame eligibility, he missed induction by eight votes. His 73.7% of the vote was the very best percentage of votes in any player's first year on the ballot without being elected.

Some baseball writers expressed shock that he did not get in on the primary ballot,but many attributed the near-miss to sportswriters holding a grudge over the 1996 spitting incident with John Hirschbeck, including Alomar's brother Sandy Jr. and Hirschbeck himself.He was elected to the Hall of Fame in his second year of eligibility, with 90% of the vote (523 of 581 ballots cast).On July 24, 2011, Alomar was inducted into the Hall of Fame, becoming the primary inductee to be depicted as a Blue Jays player on his plaque.

On August 3, 2013, Alomar was inducted into the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame.Alomar guest starred on an episode of Canadian sitcom Mr. D in an episode when students ran an "Alomar for President" campaign during the scholar Council Elections.In 2017, Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred named Alomar a special consultant, tasked with helping grow baseball in Puerto Rico.

On April 30, 2021, Alomar was fired from both the Blue Jays and MLB amid reports that a female Blue Jays staffer claimed that Alomar had sexually harassed her in 2014. consistent with The Sports Network, the staffer was preparing to sue Alomar, the Blue Jays, and MLB.

Later on April 30, Manfred announced that following an investigation into those allegations, Alomar had been placed on MLB's ineligible list and banned from baseball. At an equivalent time, the Blue Jays severed all ties with Alomar, removing his name from the "Level of Excellence" at the Rogers Centre and taking down his Hall of Fame banner. However, he will remain enshrined within the Hall of Fame.

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