Is Jacoby Ellsbury Married? Detail of His Personal Life and Professional Career Achievement

Jon Snow
Wed Mar,2018
Is Jacoby Ellsbury Married? Detail of His Personal Life and Professional Career Achievement Baseball

Jacoby Ellsbury, an American professional baseball center fielder along with his successful career, also seems successful to maintain his love life as well. 34-year-old Jacoby currently plays for the New York Yankees in the MLB and is estimated to be enjoying the net worth of $40 million.

The Golden Glove award winner Jacoby is married to his lovely wife Kelsey Hawkins and shares 2 children with her.

So, how is their married life and relationship going? Let's know all about Jacoby's personal life, married life, relationship, and professional career achievement.

Married Life of Jacoby Ellsbury and Kelsey Hawkins, Their Relationship

Well, unlike his achievements, Jacoby has kept his personal profile quite low. Regarding the relationship issue of Jacoby, it is revealed that his wife Kelsey is his second love but the strong one. As per Jacoby's mom, he had a girlfriend 2 years older than him during high school.

However, the fate had set the relationship of Jacoby to Kelsey. The couple met at Oregon State University while both were University attendants in 2005. Though the detail of their relationship is not out yet, they became friends first, took it to another level and started dating.

CAPTION: Jacoby Ellsbury and his wife Kelsey SOURCE: YouTube

Even after many years of dating, Jacoby and Kelsey kept their relationship status low, however, it got the limelight after Kesley Hawkins was seen wearing a diamond ring while she attended Red Sox Nation in 2009, followed by the close photo shared with Jacoby.

Then in December 2012, the couple got married in a private ceremony in the presence of their close friends and relatives. As reported, the news got the strong point after Kelsey changed her surname from Hawkins to Ellsbury. 

Have a look.

It's been more than 5 years for their marriage, and the couple's relationship has grown much stronger than before. The couple seems to be free from the mishaps of divorce and separation. 

Well, Jacoby and Kelsey are now the parents of their lovely children as well. Let' s know in details.

Jacoby and Kelsey, the Lovely Parents of 2 Children

It seems like Jacoby and Kelsey are secretive regarding the detail of their children too. Reportedly, the couple is parents of their 2 children, a son, and a daughter. However, they haven't mentioned their names.

The couple firstly welcomed their daughter in 2016, really adorable and lovely. Have a look.

CAPTION: Jacoby Ellsbury with his wife and son SOURCE: Married Wiki

The family of 3 again got the call of happiness in their home, after they welcomed their second child, a son. However, neither Jacoby or Kelsey has shared the photo of their son, reportedly born around February 2017 which got in the news after Jacoby made his return back to Yankees camp following the delivery.

Hope their children's detail will be out soon, and for now, let's some of the lovely posts of the couple's daughter.

Cute moment!

Let's wish the family a lot of happiness.

Career Achievements of Jacoby Ellsbury

Initially, Jacoby played for the University team at Oregon State University before being drafted by Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 2002 MLB draft. However, Jacoby got his famed professional debut with Boston Red Sox in 2007, after being selected in the MLB draft of 2005.

While Jacoby played for the Boston Red Sox till 2013, he won many honors and awards which also includes Golden Glove awards and Silver Slugger Award, both in 2011. Well, Jacoby played his 179th straight regular-season game without an error on April 12, 2009, and broke the franchise record for outfielders held by Mike Greenwell

CAPTION: Jacoby Ellsbury SOURCE: Chat Sports

Also, the AL Comeback Player of the Year in 2011, Jacoby has made the record of 3 times AL stolen base leader. Regarding Jacoby's championship wins, he made up his way to the victory of World Series in 2007 and 2013.

Let's see Jacoby's career highlights in MLB.

But, after rookie outfielder Clint Frazier came in the highlights,  Ellsbury was relegated to the bench. On his 34th birthday back on September 11,  Ellsbury reached via catcher's interference for the 30th time in his career, which broke Pete Rose's career record of 29.

Best wishes for further, Jacoby!