Joey Wendle

Jorge 23 Apr,2019

Facts of Joey Wendle

Full Name
Joey Wendle
Birth Name
Joseph Patrick Wendle
Famous Name
Joey Wendle
Married to
Lindsey Wendle
Currently Married


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$500 thousand
Baseball Player
Currently Club
Tampa Bay Rays
Career Earnings


Married to
Lindsey Wendle
Currently Married

Joey Wendle is an American professional Baseball Player player who plays in the Major league Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Joey Wendle currently plays for the Tampa Bay Rays as their Second Baseman. Previously, Joey Wendle represented the team Oakland Athletics.

As a Second Baseman, Joey Wendle reportedly earns around $570,400 as his yearly salary from Tampa Bay Rays. Further, Joey Wendle has an estimated net worth of over $500 thousand.

Additionally, he is married to his lovely wife Lindsey Wendle and shares 1 child with her. 

How Much Is Joey Wendle's Net Worth In 2019? Know About His Career Earnings

As of 2019, Joey Wendle has an estimated net worth of over $500 thousand. He reportedly signed a 1 year / $570,400 contract,  including $570,400 guaranteed, with Tampa Bay Rays on March 5th, 2019.

The NBA player has an average salary of $570,400 annually. Joey Wendle so far has made earnings of $1,380,447 from his entire NBA career. 

Joey's career earning, including Bonus And Incentives:

2016 Oakland Athletics $94,282
2017 Oakland Athletics $160,765
2018 Tampa Bay Rays  $545,000
2019 Tampa Bay Rays  $570,400

Reportedly, he is 12th best-paid player of Tampa Bay Rays while Charlie Morton is the highest earner of the team with an annual salary of $15,000,000.

Moreover, as per the 2019 financial ranking, he stands in 644th position among the highest earner while Mike Trouts leads the table with an annual salary of $36,000,000. 


Furthermore, there isn't much information about his endorsement deals but, exploring his social account, we found that he frequently promotes Hamilton watches. In conclusion, we cannot deny the facts that he has endorsement deals with different brands and has been earning a significant amount of money from the deals. 

Is Joey Wendle Married? Know About His Personal Life

As per his marital status, he is a married man. Reportedly, he is married to his lovely wife\spouse Lindsey Wendle. Apart, from the fact that he is married, there aren't further details about their wedding. Additionally, the couple is the parent of a baby boy. However, further information about their child is not in the media yet.  

The couple seems to be enjoying a low profile life. Additionally, the couple rarely goes out together in the media. But, as per the reports, Joey is happy with the relationship with no recent rumors of divorce or separation. 

Joey is a private person, he hasn't dropped much information about his personal life in the media. Moreover, he is yet to be found actively involved in social media.  

Joey Wendle Height And Weight (Body Measurement)

Joey has a well-built body and talking about his body measurement, he stands in a height of 6 feet 1-inch and weighs around 190 lbs. 

Joey Wendle's Early Life, Bio, And Family

Joey Wendle was born on April 26, 1990, in Wilmington. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Aries. He grew up along with his siblings, Andy And Ben. The oldest, Andy, is a three-year starter at Villanova, while at St. Joe's, Ben was an outfielder. 

Talking about his education, he attended Avon Grove High School in West Grove, Pennsylvania, and West Chester University. Wendle was a four-year starter for the baseball team of West Chester Golden Rams, where he compiled a.366 batting career average with 23 home runs and 185 batted in (RBIs). 

Joey Wendle Was First Drafted By Cleveland Indians

In the sixth round of the Major League Baseball draft 2012, the Cleveland Indians selected Wendle. The Indians traded Wendle for Brandon Moss at the Oakland Athletics on December 8, 2014. The Athletics traded Wendle for Jonah Heim to the Tampa Bay Rays on December 11, 2017.

Wendle started the 2019 season with the intention of playing almost every day starting at second base. Wendle wounded his hamstring on March 31, however, tagging out Jake Marisnick trying to steal second base.


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