- Date of Birth
- Age 29 Years Old
- Famous Name Brandon Drury
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Brandon S. Drury
- Birth Place Grants Pass, Oregon
- Famous Name Brandon Drury
- Net Worth $2 million
- Salary $2,050,000
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Currently Working For Toronto Blue Jays
An American baseball third baseman, Brandon Drury currently plays for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball (MLB), wearing the jersey No. 3. The young talent made his MLB debut with Arizona Diamondbacks.
Dury is possibly single and unmarried. Furthermore, his net worth in 20120 is estimated at $2 million. Scroll down till the end to know everything about Brandon including his relationship, affair, family, age, height, and more.
Brandon Drury's Net Worth and Salary
As of 2020, his net worth is over $2 million. The main source of Drury’s income is his professional baseball career as he has not mentioned any business of him and an endorsement deal with any brands. Brandon signed a one-year, $2.05 million contract for the 2020 season in January.
Earlier, he was under a 1 year / $1,300,000 contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, in 2019. Drury earned a base salary of $1,300,000 while carrying a total salary of $1,300,000. Furthermore, his total MLB career earnings are $1,403,828.
Brandon Drury Relationship and Girlfriend
Brandon Drury, 25, is possibly single and unmarried, as he has not disclosed any information related to his love life, not even his relationship status. Neither, he has shared any pictures with the lady in his socials not have been spotted with the lady in public who is assumed to be his wife or girlfriend.
It seems that Drury prefers to maintain his private life much personal and focused on his baseball career rather than anything.
Brandon Drury's Bio and Early Life
Brandon Drury was born on the 21st of August 1992, in Grants Pass, Oregon, as Brandon S. Drury. His birth sign is Leo. By nationality, he is an American and he is of white ethnicity.
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Drury enrolled at Grants Pass High School where he initially began his baseball career.
Brandon Drury's Playing Career
In the 2010 Major League Baseball draft, Drury was picked in the 13th round by Atlanta Braves. Further, he made his professional debut for the Gulf Coast Braves. He ended the season hitting .198/.248/.292 with 3 home runs 192 at-bats.
The following season, Drury played for the Danville Braves of the Rookie-level Appalachian League. Also, he was named the “Most Valuable Player of the Appalachian League” along with Eddie Rosario.
Similarly, in the 2012 season, he hit only .229/.270/.333 with home runs in 445 at-bats while playing for the Rome Braves.
On 24th January 2013, Drury was traded to Arizona Diamondbacks, along with Nick Ahmed, Zeke Spruill, Randall Delgado, and Martin Prado, in exchange for Chris Johnson and Justin Upton. He finished his 1st season, playing in the Diamondbacks organization with the South Bend Silver Hawks.
He started the next season for the Visalia Rawhide of the Class A-Advanced California League. In August of 2014, he was promoted up to Mobile BayBears of the Class AA Southern League.
In 2015, Drury was invited back to Diamondback to spring training and assigned him to mobile to start the season. On 23rd June, he got promoted to the Reno Ace of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League. Again, on 1st September, he returns to Diamondbacks to make his major league debut.
Drury played professionally three seasons for Diamondbacks before switching to another club.
New York Yankees
On 20th February 2018, Drury was traded from Diamondbacks to New York Yankees ina 3-team trade, where they acquired Taylor Widener from the Yankees and Steven Souza from the Tampa Bay Rays, whereas the Rays also acquired Nick Solak from the Yankees as well as Anthony Banda and two players to be named from the Diamondbacks.
On 6th April 2018, he left the game due to migraines and blurred vision.
As of 2018, his MLB statistics are recorded .272 batting average, 31 Home runs, with 126 Runs batted in.
Toronto Blue Jays
On July 26, 2018, the Yankees traded Drury to the Toronto Blue Jays alongside and Billy McKinney for J. A. Happ. Furthermore, on 7th August he was placed on the disabled list with an injured left hand, eight games into his tenure with the Blue Jays.