- Date of Birth
- Age 28 Years Old
- Famous Name Dalton Pompey
- Country Canada CA
- Birth Name Dalton Kenrick Pompey
- Birth Place Mississauga, Canada
- Famous Name Dalton Pompey
- Horoscope Sagittarius
- Father Ken Pompey
- Mother Valerie Pompey
- Net Worth $1 million
- Salary $562,800
- Siblings brother Tristan and sister, Kayla
- School Location Mississauga, Ontario
- Contract 1 year $562,800
- Career Earnings $1,604,624
- Position in Team Center fielder
- Current team Toronto Blue Jays
- Nationality Canadian
- Ethnicity Mixed
- Profession baseball player
- Currently Working For Toronto Blue Jays
- School attended John Fraser Secondary School
- Girlfriend Summer Smith
Dalton Pompey is a Canadian professional baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Dalton Kenrick Pompey currently plays for the Toronto Blue Jays as their Centerfielder. Dalton Kenrick Pompey made his MLB debut against Tampa Bay Rays in 2014, September.
As a Centerfielder, Dalton Kenrick Pompey reportedly earns around $562,800 as his yearly salary from Toronto Blue Jays. Further, Dalton Kenrick Pompey has an estimated net worth of over $1 million.
Dalton Pompey is currently dating his girlfriend Summer Smith.
Dalton Pompey Net worth in 2019: $1 Million
Dalton Kenrick Pompey earns an annual salary of about $562,000 in 2019 and has an estimated net worth of over $1 million which will increase in his future since he just started his professional baseball career.
Talking about his career earnings from Toronto Blue Jays team until 2019, he has earned a decent amount of money around $1,604,624.
Dalton Pompey's career earnings:
|2010||Toronto Blue Jays||$150,000|
|2014||Toronto Blue Jays||$73,770|
|2015||Toronto Blue Jays||$166,721|
|2016||Toronto Blue Jays||$85,963|
|2017||Toronto Blue Jays||$539,000|
|2018||Toronto Blue Jays||$26,370|
|2019||Toronto Blue Jays||$562,800|
Dalton Pompeyhas reportedly signed a one-year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays on March 5, 2019. The contract also includes a guaranteed sum which is around $562,800 and he is receiving a total sum of $562,800 from the Blue Jays team as his annual salary.
He is very fond of cars and also owns an expensive Maserati worth thousands of dollar.
Is Dalton Pompey Married or Dating Someone?
As far as Dalton Pompey's relationship status is concerned, he is not yet married to anyone but is in a romantic relationship with his beautiful girlfriend Summer Smith who is 27 years old as of 2019.
So far they haven't reported if they are engaged and it seems that they are happy with each other in their relationship. Soon they might get married if their relationship continues for long.
As going on exploring his official social sites, he is found to be a career focused man and also a family man since, despite his busy schedule, he manages time for his family and friends.
Is Dalton Pompey Active On Social Media?
Other than being a famous MLB Center fielder, Dalton Kenrick Pompey is pretty famous in social media. He frequently shares his activities on his official Instagram account.
His Instagram account @daltonpompey has 57k followers.
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Dalton Pompey Height, Weight, and Age
The Famous MLB star is 6 feet 1 inch in height and has a decent weight. Talking about his age, he is currently, 27 years old.
Dalton Pompey Childhood and Family
Dalton Kenrick Pompey was born on December 11, 1992, in Mississauga, Canada to parents Ken Pompey and Valerie Pompey. He is Canadian by nationality and belongs to the Mixed ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Sagittarius.
He grew up along with his brother Tristan and sister, Kayla. Besides him, his brother also plays in the Major League. Dalton Kenrick Pompey attended John Fraser Secondary School in Mississauga, Ontario where he played for his high school baseball team.
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Dalton Pompey MLB Career With Toronto Blue Jays
After playing for several seasons in the minor league Dalton Pompey started his MLB career with the Toronto Blue Jays on September 1, 2014, and his first game was against Tampa Bay Rays where he played as Edwin Encarnacion's pinch-runner.
Besides his MLB career, he also played for Canada's national baseball team in several international games and tournaments.