Julio Rodriguez

John Max 31 Oct,2021

Facts of Julio Rodriguez

Birth Name
Julio Yamel Rodríguez
Famous Name
Julio Rodríguez


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$1 million
MLB Player

Julio Rodríguez is a Dominican professional baseball outfielder who is currently signed to the Seattle Mariners organization. In 2017, at the age of sixteen, he was signed by the Marines as an international free agent. He is ranked the Mariners' #1 prospect by Baseball America and MLB.com, as of August 2021.

Julio Yamel Rodríguez was born on 29th December 2000, in Loma de Cabrera, a town of roughly 20,000 people, in the Dominican Republic. The twenty-year-old holds a Dominican nationality. 

How Much Is Julio Rodrigues's Net Worth In 2021? Salary & Contract

Julio Rodríguez is currently playing in the Seattle Mariners organization: for Double-A Arkansas.  As a matter of fact, many minor league baseball players make less than minimum wage. According to the source, Double-A player minimum weekly pay will go from $350 to $600.

Once Julio is promoted to major league, he will start to earn no less than the six-digit figure per annum. 

In 2017, Rodriguez signed as an international free agent with Seattle Mariners for a signing bonus of $1.75 million. 

As of 2021, Julio Rodrigues's net worth is approximately $1 million. 

Is Julio Rodrigues Dating?

Julio Rodrigues has maintained his personal life as secret as possible. There is no information about his girlfriend or relationship in the media. Also, the baseball outfielder is nowhere to be found on socials such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. 

Seems like, Rodrigues is much focused on his career rather than anything else. For now, he is believed to be possibly single. 

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In July 2017, Rodríguez was signed by the Seattle Mariners as an international free agent.

The following year, he made his professional debut with the Rookie-level Dominican Summer League Mariners, batting 315/.404/.525 with 50 runs, 9 triples, 5 home runs, 36 RBIs, and 10 stolen bases.

That season, he earned a DSL mid-season All-Star and a Baseball America DSL All-Star. Moreover, he was over three years younger than the average player in both leagues.

Rodríguez began the 2019 season playing with the Class A West Virginia Power in the South Atlantic League. In August, he joined Class A-Advanced Modesto Nuts in the California League. That season, he was one of three 18-year-olds in all of minor league baseball to playing High-A ball. 

In June 2021 Rodriguez joined the Everett Aquasoxs and was transferred to Double-A Arkansas a few months later. 

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