|Birth Name||Jeremy Dean Giambi|
|Birth Place||San Jose, California|
|Famous Name||Jeremy Giambi|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Profession||Baeball Player Turned Coach|
|Married to||Naia Giambi.|
Jeremy Giambi is an American retired baseball outfielder and first baseman, who played in the Major League Baseball (MLB) for the different teams from 1998 through 2003. Most notably, he was mentioned in book Moneyball as one of the replacement players for his brother, Jason Giambi, and became a character in the film alongside David Justice, Chad Bradford, Ricardo Rincon and Eric Chavez.
San Jose, California native, Jeremy Giambi was born on 30th September 1974, under the star sign Libra. The forty-five years hold an American citizenship card who came from a white ethnic background.
Five seasons in the MLB playing for the Kansas City Royals (1998–2000), Oakland Athletics (2001–2002), Philadelphia Phillies (2002), and Boston Red Sox (2003), has earned Giambi a considerable amount. Reportedly, he summoned $3,775,500.
|1999||Kansas City Royals||$200,000|
|2003||Boston Red Sox||$2,000,000|
After retirement, he pursued a career as a coach. Currently, he is a private hitting coach at PFA in Claremont. According to the source, the national average salary for a Baseball Instructor is $32,666 in the United States.
Thus looking at his career and career earning, his net worth in 2020 is approximately $1 million. Besides, he owns a house in Henderson, Nevada (NV).
Jeremy Giambi is married to Naia Giambi. He often mentions his wife on various interviews, however, his wife prefers to maintain distance from media. Even the couple is yet to come out with their love story. Information such as how they met when they tied the knot or have they welcomed their kid is a subject of curiosity.
Scrolling through his Instagram account, he often shares pictures with his niece, Jenna. Mater of fact, he has not shared any pictures with his wife.
Besides, on December 10, 2001, Jeremy was caught with marijuana at a checkpoint at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. At that time, he was playing for Oakland Athletics and was cited for misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance and released. On March 13, 2005, Giambi admitted to having used anabolic steroids.
Jeremy was born to parents, John and Jeanne, who is spent a lot of time with their kids' (Jermey's brother Jason and sister Julie) camping, bowling and going to the movies.
He attended Covina Elementary School, Sierra Vista Middle School, and South Hills High School. After graduating High School he played college baseball for the Cal State Fullerton Titans at California State University, Fullerton. In 1994,
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