|Birth Name||Juan José Soto Pacheco|
|Birth Place||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
|Famous Name||Juan Soto|
|Father||Juan Jose Soto|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Current team||Washington Nationals|
Juan Jose Soto Pacheco is a Dominican baseball outfielder signed to the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB). In 2015, he was signed by the Washington Nationals as a free agent and made his professional MLB debut 2018.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic native, Juan Soto was born on 25th October 1998, under the star sign Libra. He is Dominican by nationality. Further the twenty-one years old stands 1.85 m tall and weighs 100 Kg.
Juan Soto is currently under a 1 year / $629,400 contract with the Washington Nationals, including $629,400 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $629,400. In 2020, he will receive a base salary of $629,400, while carrying a total salary of $629,400. As reported, his adjusted salary with the team is $233,111.
In 2015, he received a hefty sum of $1.5 million as a signing bonus from Washington Nationals. In 2018 he summoned $392,620 and $578,300 and made a total MLB career earning of $2,704,031. As of 2020, his net worth is over $1 million.
So far, the media has not discovered Juan's love life. It is in the dark if the Washington National's outfielder is dating, married, or single. The twenty-two years old seems to very concerned regarding his personal life and prefers it's to be behind the media attention for while now. Hence, Juan Soto is believed to be single.
Active on Instagram with 367K followers, his account is filled with pictures from his vacations, baseball events, friends, and mostly with his family.
Juan Soto was born to Belkis Pacheco and Juan Soto, Sr., a salesman, was a catcher in a local men's league and encouraged his son to make baseball his passion. He was raised alongside his elder sister, Natali Soro, whom he adored the most. In his IG bio, he has written sis first. Besides, he has a younger brother, Elian.
Soto told, “For me, every time I go to the plate or go to the field, and you know family is out there, I want to give him my 100 percent every time I go out there and try to make it fun.”
In July 2015, Juan Soto signed to the Washington Nationals as an international free agent. The following year, he made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Nationals in the rookie-level Gulf Coast League. Further, he was promoted to the Auburn Doubledays of the Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League for the final few games of the 2016 season.
On 20th May 2018, he made his MLB debut, becoming the youngest player in the major leagues at 19 years, 207 days. On 19th August 2019, he was named the 4th player in MLB history to set extra-base hits before his 21st birthday, joining Bryce Harper, Tony Conigliaro, and Mel Ott.
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