Hansel Robles

by John Max 08 Oct,2021
Hansel Robles
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Hansel Manuel Robles
  • Birth Place Bonao, Monsenor Nouel, Dominican Republic
  • Famous Name Hansel Robles
  • Net Worth $5 Million
  • Salary $698,945
  • Position in Team Pitcher
  • Current team Boston Red Sox
  • Nationality Dominican
  • Profession baseball player
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Yasmilka Morel
  • Children 1

Hansel Robles is a professional baseball pitcher from the Dominican Republic who is currently signed to the  Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB). Signed as an international free Agen in the New York Mets in 2008, he remained in Mets until 2018. Later, he played for Los Angeles Angels and Minnesota Twins. 

Bonao, Monsenor Nouel, Dominican Republic native, Hansel Robles was born on 13th August 1990, under the star sign Leo. The thirty-one years holds a Dominican nationality. 

How Much Is Hansel Robles' Net Worth In 2021? Salary, Contract, & MLB Earning

Early in 2021, Hansel Robles signed a 1 year / $2,000,000 contract with the Minnesota Twins. This season, he will earn a base salary of $2,000,000 and an incentive bonus of $75,000, while carrying a total salary of $2,075,000.

Later, Robles was transferred to the Boston Red Sox where his $698,945.

MLB Career Earning

Season Team Earning
2015 New York Mets  $465,901
2016 New York Mets  $516,500
2017 New York Mets  $553,125
2018 New York Mets  $410,700
2018 Los Angeles Angels  $489,300
2019 Los Angeles Angels  $1,400,000
2020 Los Angeles Angels  $1,425,926
2021 Minnesota Twins $1,301,055
2021 Boston Red Sox  $773,945
Total (7 seasons) Estimated Earning   $7,336,452

As of 2021, Hansel Robles' net worth is estimated at $5 million. 

Is Hansel Robles Married? Know His Personal Life

Hansel Robles is married to Yasmilka Morel. The couple tied the knot in December 2019, in an intimate ceremony. Further, the couple is blessed with an adorable baby boy. 

HanselHansel Robles with his wife and baby SOURCE: Instagram @hrobles47

Unlike other sports celebrities, Robles does not flaunt much of his personal life on socials. Similarly, his wife, Yasmilka prefers a low-key life. 

MLB Career

In 2008, Hansel Robles signed to the New York Mets as an international free agent. Soon, he went on to play in the minors league such as the Dominican Summer League Mets, Kingsport Mets, Brooklyn Cyclones, Gulf Coast League Mets, St. Lucie Mets, Binghamton Mets, and the Las Vegas 51s until 2015. 

On 20th November 2014, Robles was named to the Mets  40-man roster. On 20th April 2015, he was promoted to the major league, replacing then-injured reliever Jerry Blevins.

On 20th August, he finally made his MLB debut against the interleague-rival New York Yankees, where he entered into the game in the seventh inning giving up a hit to Alex Rodriguez to load the bases.

In a game against the Philadelphia Phillies on 2nd October 2015, Robles threw a quick pitch near the head of batter Cameron Rupp; both benches emptied but no collision happened. As there had been hit batsmen previous in the game, and warnings had been issued to both teams. Robles was promptly removed by home plate umpire Bob Davidson. As a result of the incident, Robles was suspended for three games by MLB and fined an undisclosed amount.

On the Mets' Opening Day roster in 2016, Robles did not appear due to his suspension. Later, he joined the team for their home opener against the Philadelphia Phillies. 

Due to Robles's underperformance in 2017, he was demoted to AAA before summer where he spent nearly two months before returning to the Mets.

He began the 2019 season in AAA. On 3rs April 2019, he was promoted to the major league after Anthony Swarzak was placed on the disabled list with an oblique strain.

On 22nd June 2019, Mets designated Robles for assignment.

On June 23, 2018, Los Angeles Angels claimed off waivers. Robles continued success with the Angels into the 2019 season. He recorded an ERA of 2.48 in 71 appearances.

On 29th December 2020, Robles inked a one-year deal with the Minnesota Twins.

On July 30, 2021, Minnesota Twins traded Robles to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for minor-league pitcher Alex Scherff.

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