- Famous Name
- Birth Name Julio César Franco Robles
- Birth Place Hato Mayor, Dominican Republic
- Famous Name Julio Franco
- Net Worth $16 Million
- Nationality Dominican
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Rosa Ivis Trueba m. 1991
- Children 1
Baseball player turned coach, Julio Franco is currently serving as a hitting coach for the farm team of the Lotte Giants of the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO). During his playing stint, the Dominican man played for Philadelphia Phillies (1982), Cleveland Indians (1983–1988), Texas Rangers (1989–1993), Chicago White Sox (1994), Chiba Lotte Marines (1995), Cleveland Indians (1996–1997), Milwaukee Brewers (1997), Chiba Lotte Marines (1998), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (1999), Samsung Lions (2000), Atlanta Braves (2001–2005, 2007), and New York Mets (2006–2007).
1991 AL batting champion, Julio Franco was born on 23rd August 1958, in Hato Mayor, Dominican Republic. He compiled over 4,200 hits in his 26-year professional career, becoming one of only seven known players with at least 4,000 professional hits among Pete Rose, Ty Cobb, Hank Aaron, Jigger Statz, Stan Musial, Derek Jeter, and Ichiro Suzuki.
Julio Franco Net Worth & Salary As Of 2020
As of 2020, Julio Franco has an estimated net worth of $16 million. Reportedly, he made over $25 million as his career earning.
|1994||Chicago White Sox||$1,000,000|
|2006||New York Mets||$1,050,000|
|2007||New York Mets||$1,150,000|
Currently serving as a hitting coach for the farm team of the Lotte Giants of the KBO, his annual salary is expected no less than the six-digit figure.
Is Julio Franco Married? Know His Personal Life
Julio Franco is married to Rosa Ivis Trueba. The couple tied the knot on 12th October 1991, in an intimate wedding ceremony. Further, the couple shares a son, Joshua Franco.
Besides, there is no information about his personal life, the Franco family is the low key who prefers distance from media.
MLB Trade & Transactions
- April 23, 1978: Signed as a non-drafted free agent by Philadelphia Phillies
- December 09, 1982: Traded to Cleveland Indians
- December 06, 1988: Traded to Texas Rangers
- October 27, 1993: Granted free agency
- December 15, 1993: Signed by Chicago White Sox
- October 21, 1994: Granted free agency
- December 7, 1995: Signed by Cleveland Indians
- August 13, 1997: Released by Cleveland Indians
- August 13, 1997: Signed by Milwaukee Brewers
- October 28, 1997: Granted free agency
- February 19, 1999: Signed by Tampa Bay Devil Rays
- October 13, 1999: Granted free agency
- August 31, 2001: Sold by Mexico City Tigers (Mexican) to Atlanta Braves
- November 5, 2001: Granted free agency
- December 17, 2001: Signed by Atlanta Braves
- October 28, 2002: Granted free agency
- January 8, 2003: Signed by Atlanta Braves
- October 27, 2003: Granted free agency
- January 12, 2004: Signed by Atlanta Braves
- October 29, 2004: Granted free agency
- December 9, 2004: Signed by Atlanta Braves
- October 27, 2005: Granted free agency
- December 12, 2005: Signed by New York Mets
- July 16, 2007: Released by New York Mets
- July 19, 2007: Signed by Atlanta Braves
- October 29, 2007: Granted free agency
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