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Carlos Beltran Net Worth

Carlos Beltrán Lázaro net worth is

$80 Million

Carlos Beltrán Lázaro salary is

$13 Million

Carlos Beltrán Lázaro Wiki Biography

Carlos Beltran was born on the 24th April 1977, in Manatí, Puerto Rico, and is a professional baseball player, who plays outfielder in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Houston Astros. Beltran has also represented six other MLB clubs during a career which started in 1998, having been a nine-time All-Star player, three-time Golden Glove Award winner, and two-time Silver Slugger Award winner.

Have you ever wondered how rich Carlos Beltran is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Beltran’s net worth is as high as $80 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a pro baseball player. It is reported that Beltran’s annual salary is $13 million.

Carlos Beltran Net Worth $80 Million

Carlos Beltran was interested in sports from an early age, especially in volleyball and baseball, but his father urged him to concentrate on baseball, which he started playing constantly at the age of 17. Carlos went to Fernando Callejo High School, matriculating in 1995, and soon after the Kansas City Royals selected him in the second round of the 1995 MLB draft, the basis of his net worth.

He spent the first few years in minor leagues, playing for the Gulf Coast Royals, Spokane Indians, Lansing Lugnuts, Wilmington Blue Rocks, and Wichita Wranglers. Beltran debuted in the MLB in September 1998, and went on to appear in 15 games that season, while in 1999 he was a starting center fielder and won the American League Rookie of the Year award. From 2000 to 2003, Carlos didn’t have the best time, but he bounced back in 2004 when he was named the American League Player of the Month for April, and earned his first All-Star invitation.

In June 2004, the Royals traded Beltran to the Houston Astros, and after that season he became a free agent, so he signed a fresh seven-year contract with the New York Mets, worth of $119 million. Beltran spent the next six seasons with the Mets, also appearing five times in the All-Star event, before moving to the San Francisco Giants in July 2011 in a trade when Zach Wheeler went the other way. While with the Mets, Beltran won the Gold Glove Award for three consecutive years (2006-2008) and Silver Slugger Award for two years in a row (2006-2007).

In December 2011, Carlos joined the St. Louis Cardinals in a two-year, $26 million deal, and even reached the World Series in 2013 with them, but the Cardinals lost to the Boston Red Sox in six games. He became a free agent following that season, and in December 2013, he moved to the New York Yankees after signing a three-year, $45 million contract. Beltran stayed in New York for three seasons before he was traded to the Texas Rangers in August 2016, but in the early December 2016, he re-joined the Houston Astros in a one-year, $16 million deal. It is clear where his net worth has come from!

Regarding his personal life, Carlos Beltran has been married to Jessica since 1999, and has two daughters with her. Beltran owns two residences, in Port Washington, New York, and in Manatí, Puerto Rico.

# Fact
1 Signed a two year $26 Mil. contract with the St. Louis Cardinals in December of 2011. Ironically, it was against the Cardinals that he struck out to end the 2006 National League Championship Series while he was a member of the New York Mets.


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2012 MLB All-Star Game 2012 TV Special Himself – NL Outfielder: St. Louis Cardinals
Knuckleball! 2012 Documentary Himself – Six Time All Star
2011 MLB All-Star Game 2011 TV Special Himself – NL Designated Hitter: New York Mets
DFW Punk 2008 Documentary Himself
2007 MLB All-Star Game 2007 TV Special Himself – NL Starting Center Fielder, New York Mets
Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition 2007 Video documentary Himself
2006 National League Championship Series 2006 TV Mini-Series Himself – New York Mets Center Fielder
2006 MLB All-Star Game 2006 TV Special Himself
2005 MLB All-Star Game 2005 TV Special Himself – NL Starting Left Fielder: New York Mets
2004 National League Championship Series 2004 TV Series Himself – Houston Astros Center Fielder
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