Christopher Domenic Iannetta is an American baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). Currently, he is playing for the Colorado Rockies as their Catcher in 2019. Lannetta also played for several other teams like Los Angeles Angels, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Seattle Mariners.
Chris Iannetta is earning an annual average salary of around $4,250,000 from the Rockies and has a total estimated net worth of above $20 million in 2019.
Since Chris Iannetta is a popular name in the field of baseball and it's common for people to discuss his personal and professional life. Chris Iannetta is a married man and is tied in a marital relationship with his beautiful girlfriend Lisa Iannetta in 2009 in a lavish wedding ceremony.
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The couple is blessed with a daughter named Ashlyn Brooke Iannetta who is currently living with them. Despite his busy schedule, Lannetta manages time for his wife and kids and has a happy family. He is also an active user of social media with a huge fan following.
The detailed information regarding the spouse and wedding of Iannetta is not yet disclosed on the media. Besides, it can be assumed that Chris is living a happy married life with his wife since they haven't reported any disputes in their marital relationships.
Christopher Domenic Iannetta stands a height of 6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m) tall, along with a weight around 230 pounds (100 kg). He is currently 36 years old.
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Christopher Domenic Iannetta has a total estimated net worth of above $20 million as of 2019. As far as his annual salary is concerned, he is earning a total sum of around $4,250,000 in 2019 from the Colorado Rockies team.
Chris Iannetta's estimated career earnings:
|2012||Los Angeles Angles||$3,633,334|
|2013||Los Angeles Angles||$5,050,000|
|2014||Los Angeles Angles||$4,975,000|
|2015||Los Angeles Angles||$5,525,000|
As we are discussing his career earnings, Chris has so far earned a quite good amount of money around $39,274,000 from his entire Major league career until 2019.
Currently, Chris Iannetta has signed a two-year contract with the Colorado Rockies on December 9, 2017, and the contract is worth $8.5 million. Before this contract, Iannetta was in a one-year contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks worth $1.5 million signed in 2017.
Despite Chris financial earnings, his personal assets include a nice collection of cars and house. Nolan Arenado is the highest paid player of the Rockies team in 2019.
Iannetta has endorsement deals with several brands and companies. His Instagram is filled with the post promoting the products of JACK Winery and reportedly makes huge earnings from the deal. Moreover, he also has a shoe deal with NIKE.
Christopher Domenic Iannetta is born to parents Maria (née DiLorenzo) and Domenic Iannetta on April 8, 1983. Both of his parents are from Italy and has Italic descent. Chris is American by nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group. Besides, he also has a younger brother born in 1986 named Matt.
Chris played high school baseball for the St. Raphael Academy, located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, which is a Catholic school and was graduated in 2001. Later he joined the University of Carolina for his University Career from where he majored in mathematics.
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Soon after ending his University career, Chris Iannetta was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 2004 Major League Baseball draft and later made major league debut in 2006. Iannetta scored 1st career hit against San Diego Padres' Jake Peavy on August 27, 2006.
After the 2010 season, he was traded for Tyler Chatwood to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on November 30, 2011, and played there for three seasons for Angels. Later on, after ending his contract with Los Angeles, Chris joined the Seattle Mariners on November 23, 2015.
In addition to this, he also played for Arizona Diamondbacks in 2017 where due to the hit by Johnny Barbato, he suffered injuries. Soon after the incident, he signed a two-year contract with the Colorado Rockies again in December 2017.