|Date of Birth:||1993, December 20|
|Age:||25 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Mitchell Evan Haniger|
|Famous Name||Mitch Haniger|
|Birth Place||Mountain View, California|
|Currently Working For||Seattle Mariners|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Weight in KG||98 kg|
|Married to||amanda gimenez|
|Full Name||Mitch Haniger|
|Current team||Seattle Mariners|
|Position in Team||Outfielder|
|Past Team||Arizona Diamondbacks|
|Birth Date||December 23, 1990|
|Date||MAR 5 2019|
|Contract||1 year $590,100|
|No. of Siblings||1|
Mitch Haniger is an American professional Baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Mitch Haniger currently plays for the Seattle Mariners as their Outfielder. Previously, Mitch Haniger has played for Arizona Diamondbacks.
Mitch Haniger reportedly earns around $590,100 as his yearly salary from Seattle Mariners. Further, Mitch Haniger has an estimated net worth of over $1 million.
Mitch is married to his beautiful wife, Amanda Gimenez. Further, they were dating each other since their high school days. The couple tied a knot in December 2016 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Besides this, there is no further information about their marriage because Mitch seems to be a very secretive person. Till date, he hasn't uploaded a single picture of his spouse on his social accounts.
Despite being married for this long, the couple is not yet ready for parenthood. Additionally, they are spotted at different romantic places, spending vacations and attending events together.
Amanda Gimenez is a beautiful wife of Mitch Hanger. She is a former teacher at Milpitas Unified District School. Apart from her profession, there isn't any information about Amanda.
Talking about his body measurement, the Famous MLB star is 1.88 m in height and weighs around 98 kg.
As of 2019, Mitch Haniger has an estimated net worth of over $1 million. He reportedly signed a 1 year $590,100 contract with Seattle Mariners on March 5, 2019. Further, the MLB player has an average salary of $590,100 annually.
Mitch Haniger so far has made earnings of $2,990,901 from his entire MLB career.
Some of his career earnings and contracts are tabulated below:
Moreover, he is 17th best-paid player of Seattle Mariners whereas Edwin Encarnacion is one of the highest paid players with an annual salary of $21,666,668. Additionally, as per the 2019 financial report, Mitch stands in the 555th position among the highest earner in MLB while Mike Trout, David Price is among the highest earner with an annual salary of $36,000,000 and $31,000,000 respectively.
Mitch, being a popular athlete is obvious to be associated with different brands. Exploring his social account, we found his association with New Balance Baseball which provides necessary sporting accessories for sports.
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However, he hasn't disclosed his earning from his endorsement deals but we can confirm that he earns a significant amount of money form the deal.
Mitch Haniger was born on December 23, 1990, in Mountain View, California. He is American by nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Capricorn. He grew up along with his brother, Jason.
Haniger was recruited as an athlete by California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), Cal State Fullerton, California University, Berkeley, Oregon University, Santa Barbara University, and Davis University, all of whom wanted Haniger to play on their college baseball team.
While playing right field as a freshman and sophomore at Cal Poly, Haniger was playing center field as a junior. After his debut season with the Mustangs, Haniger was named the 2010 Big West Conference Freshman of the Year, a year in which he beat an impressive.
After selection in the supplementary section of the first round of the 2012 MLB draft, Haniger was originally signed by the Milwaukee Brewers. In 2014, while still a minor league prospect, he was traded to the Diamondbacks.
He made his Diamondbacks MLB debut in 2016. During his time at MLB, for his display of multiple baseball tools including hitting, running, and fielding, he received the nickname "The Shed."
The Diamondbacks traded Haniger, Jean Segura, and Zac Curtis for Taijuan Walker and Ketel Marte to the Seattle Mariners on November 23, 2016.