Armando Benítez is a Dominicans professional baseball player who played in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Armando Benítez currently is retired from his MLB career. Armando Benítez has played for other teams like Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, and Florida Marlins, San Francisco Giants, Newark Bears, Houston Astros, Long Island Ducks.
Armando Benítez has an estimated net worth of over $30 million. No details about his current relationship and affair is available.
As of 2019, Armando Benítez has an estimated net worth of over $30 million. He reportedly made around $50,405,592 from his MLB career playing for various teams. His career high annual salary was reported to be $9,866,219 in 2007.
During his professional baseball playing career, he also earned a decent amount of money from various sponsorships. Armando's personal assets include his home and cars and further details about his properties aren't yet disclosed on the media.
Armando Benitez hasn't shared the details about his current relationship status. However, he reportedly was engaged to his girlfriend earlier.
He involved in controversies with his then-fiancee Stacey O'Neill for domestic violence. His former girlfriend filed a case against him accusing him of domestic violence, in Flushing, Queens, in 2001.
She reported to the police saying " I was afraid to notify the police because I was in fear for my life, and I did love him. I wanted to protect him.'' This was the second time she reported of domestic violence against the MLB player Armando. However, the case was dismissed later.
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The Famous MLB star is 6 feet 2 inch in height and weighs around 118 kilograms. Talking about his age, he 47 as of 2019.
Armando Benítez was born on November 3, 1972, in San Pedro de Macorís, the Dominican Republic to parents Francisco and Constancia.
As per his nationality, he is Dominicans and belongs to the Mixed ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Scorpio. He grew up along with his brothers, Francisco, Jr., and Osiri, as well as a sister, Senovia.
Armando began his professional MLB career with the Baltimore Orioles in 1990 and his MLB debut was in 1994 and played for the Orioles until the 1999 season. Later on, Benitez was traded in a three-team deal with the New York Mets.
In addition to this, during his professional career, he played for several of the reputed teams of the Major League which includes New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, and Florida Marlins, San Francisco Giants, Newark Bears, Houston Astros, Long Island Ducks.