Carlos Delgado is a former MLB first baseman, he is the most successful baseball player from Puerto Rico. Carlos is presently a hitting coach serving National Baseball Team of Puerto Rico. Carlos Delgado started off his mainstream career at the age 16, it was a time when famous franchises were hunting for his services including Toronto Blue Jays that acquired him for minor leagues in 1988.
Delgado started his Major League career after 5 years of joining Blue Jays. After a career full of records and accomplishments with Toronto Blue Jays, Delgado ended the contract in 2004.
He opted for a new contract in early 2005, Florida Marlins drafted him for the next four seasons, he was traded of right after the first season to New York Mets as he couldn’t live up to the expectations of Marlins. Carlos Delgado Net Worth & Income Profile:
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Delgado remained with Mets until 2009, he became a free agent, he played for Red Sox minor league season in 2010 but later abandoned because of his hip injury during the season.
Carlos Delgado net worth exceeded $60 million when he retired in 2011. Delgado made a decision to stay in Puerto Rico, he served as a coach for National Team in 2013. Delgado has won 2 all-star and 3 silver slugger awards, he has 473 collective home runs, most by any Puerto Rico players. He holds the record to hit 30 home runs in consecutive ten seasons. Delgado also has an astonishing batting average of .280 after a 17-year career.
Net Worth: $90 Million
Income per year: $8 Million
Monthly Salary: $0.5 Million