|Date of Birth:||1977, July 7|
|Age:||43 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inch|
|Birth Name||Andrew Mulligan Green|
|Birth Place||Lexington, Kentucky|
|Famous Name||Andy Green|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Position in Team||Manager|
|Current team||San Diego Padres|
|Currently Working For||San Diego Padres|
|University attended||University of Kentucky|
|School attended||Kentucky High School|
|Married to||Jessica Green|
Andy Green is the manager of the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB). Previously, he also worked as the third-base coach of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Apart from coaching career, he also played as a Second baseman / Third baseman / Left fielder for the teams like Arizona Diamondbacks, Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters, and New York Mets.
As of 2019, Andy has an estimated net worth over $5 million which is entirely generated from his professional career. Besides, he is married to his wife Jessica Green with who he shares three daughters, Anna, Emily, and Lainey. To know more about Andy's personal life and professional career, stick with us until the end.
As of 2019, Andy has an estimated net worth over $5 million. Although the reports about his current salary are not available, he earned $1 million as a salary in 2018, serving as a coach for the team, San Diego Padres.
Additionally, he also played professional baseball in his early career. However, we have no idea how much he earned from his playing career. In general, the players playing in MLB are expected to earn between $550,000 to $35 million as an annual salary.
Moreover, Andy also played in japan as a professional player and signed a contract with the Japanese team Nippon Ham. Ady signed a contract with the team which offered him $50,000 as a bonus and $660,000 as a salary for 2007. Moreover, his contract was included with the option to sign him for next season for $850,000 with a $100,000 buyout clause.
Moreover, the famous coach hasn't revealed any information about his valuable assets yet but the reports suggest that he is living a luxurious life. So with all the references and assumptions, we can conclude that Andy has a huge fortune generated form his professional career.
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Andy is married to his beautiful wife, Jessica Green. Apart from the news that he is married, the detailed information about Andy's wedding is not in the media yet. Also, the couple is a parent of 3 lovely daughters, Anna, Emily, and Lainey.
Unfortunately, the details about his daughters are still under the rock. Also, the detailed information about when and how Andy and his wife started their relationship is still behind the rock. However, the couple seems to have a good bond because we didn't find any single information about the news of their divorce or separation.
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Moreover, Andy is not in social media yet which is the main reason why we could find very less information about his personal matter. Also, he has maintained his personal life and he hesitates to talk about his personal matter in the media.
Andy stands in the height of 5 feet 9 inches and weighs around 82 kg.
Andy was born on July 7, 1977, in Lexington, Kentucky and was raised by his single mother Lesley Green. His father left him and his mother when he was just born and later Andy and his mother started living with his grandmother, Virginia Rentz.
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As per his birth, Andy is an American native and belongs to the ethnic group of white. Also, Green was born under the star sign Cancer. As a kid, Andy attended Kentucky High School where he began his professional baseball career. Later, he enrolled at the University of Kentucky on an academic scholarship where he developed as a player.
As of 2019, Andy works as a coach for the MLB team San Diego Padres. Previously, he served as the third-base coach of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Andy was also a professional baseball in his early career. Further, he has played with the different teams like Arizona Diamondbacks, Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters, and New York Mets.
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Initially, he coached the team Missoula Osprey, Mobile BayBears and led the team to win consecutive first and second half division titles. With his exceptional professionalism, Andy was offered a contract until 2021 by the San Diego Padres on August 13, 2017.