- Date of Birth
- Age 29 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country Puerto Rico PR
- Birth Name Enrique Javier Hernández
- Birth Place San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Famous Name Enrique Hernández
- Father Enrique Hernández Sr.
- Mother Monica Gonzalez
- Net Worth $5.5 Million
- Salary $3,725,000
- Nationality Puerto Rican
- Currently Working For Los Angeles Dodgers
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Mariana Vicente
Puerto Rican professional baseball player Enrique Javier Hernandez is often called as Enrique Hernandez. He currently plays as a baseball utility player for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball. He is most experienced as an outfielder but also can be fit in every position except pitcher and catcher.
The twenty-seven-year-old hunk is married. Further, he has a tremendous net worth of $5.5 million as of 2019.
Enrique Hernandez Net Worth and Endorsement
Enrique Hernandez has an estimated net worth around $5.5 million. His significant source of income is his baseball as he has not revealed any information related to an endorsement deal.
Currently, Hernandez is under a 1 year / $3,725,000 contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, including $3,725,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $3,725,000. In 2019, he will earn a base salary of $3,725,000, while carrying a total salary of $3,725,000.
In 2017, Hernandez is earning $5 million as his annual salary from his current club.
With a tremendous net worth, Hernandez is living a lavish and luxurious lifestyle.
Enrique Hernandez Personal Life; Who is he Married to?
Enrique Hernandez got engaged to his fiancé Mariana Vicente, Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2010 as well as had a top-10 finish in the Miss Universe Pageant. The couple is together for a very long time.
The couple often makes public appearances together. Mariana and Enrique spent quality time together, roaming in a mesmerizing holiday destination in their vacations.
As of there is no sign of break up. It seems that the pair is pretty serious in their relationship and might take their relationship to the next level someday as Hernandez has already announced it on twitter.
What's more, the duo exchanged the wedding vows in 2018 and honeymooned in Thailand.
Hernandez is an animal lover. He owns two dogs to which he treats like his children and often take along with him while going to holidays, events or walk.
Enrique Hernandez Early Life
Enrique Hernandez was born on 24th August 1991, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His father Enrique Hernandez Sr. is a scout for the Pittsburgh Pirates and his mother Monica Gonzalez owns a boutique in a Toa Baja, Puerto Rico. Enrique grew up alongside his two younger sisters.
At the age of six, Hernandez started playing baseball and participated in International youth tournaments in the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. He enrolled at American Military Academy in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, and was only the MLB player to be drafted out of his high school.
Enrique Hernandez holds Puerto Rican nationality and he is of white ethnicity. His birth sign is Virgo.
Enrique Hernandez Career
Enrique Hernandez was picked by the Houston Astros in the 6th round of the “2009 Major League Baseball Draft”, where he earned $150,000 as his signing bonus. On 1st July 2014, he made his major league debut against the Seattle Mariners.
On 31st July 2014, Hernandez was traded to the Miami Marlins along with Jarred Cosarts for Francis Martes, Colin Maran, Jake Marisnick, and a compensatory draft pick. On 26th September, he represented Marlins against Washington Nationals where he hit a ninth-inning grand slam off Craig Stammen which was his first career grand slam in the major league. He made total 18 games appearance and batted 175 for Marlins.
Los Angeles Dodgers
On 10th December 2014, Hernandez, Andrew Heaney, Austin Barnes, and Chris Hatcher were traded to the Los Angels Dodger in an exchange for Miguel Rojas, Dan Haren, Dee Gordon, and cash. He was loaned out to the AAA Oklahoma City Dodgers and was recalled by the Los Angeles Dodgers on 28th April 2015.
He ended the 2015-16 season playing overall 76 games, with a 307 batting average, 7 homers, and 22 RBI.
Similarly, he ended the 2016-17 season playing 109 games hitting 190 along with 7 homers as well as 18 RBI.
In 2017, Hernandez batted .215/.308/.421 at-bats. In the National League Division Series, Hernandez had 1 hit, a double, in 3 at-bats.