|Birth Name||Brian Wade Anderson|
|Birth Place||Edmond, Oklahoma|
|Famous Name||Brian Anderson|
|Birth Date||19 May 1996|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Position in Team||Third Baseman/Right fielder|
|University attended||University of Arkansas|
|School attended||Deer Creek High School|
Brian Wade Anderson is an American Professional baseball player who plays the third baseman and right fielder for the Miami Marlins of Major League Baseball. He made his MLB debut on 1 September 2017 for the same team. He attended Deer Creek High School in Edmond Oklahoma. He received a draft offered by the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball but didn't sign with the Twins and enrolled at the University of Arkansas where he played for Arkansas Razorback.
Anderson was born on 19 May 1996 under the star sign Taurus. His birthplace is Edmond, Oklahoma. He has only played for the Miami Marlins in his Professional career.
The Young and Talented Anderson has a net worth of Whopping $1 million dollars. The right-hand batsman was signed by the Miami Marlins on the third round of the 2014 MLB draft. He signed a $600,000 contract with the Miami Marlins. Tayron Guerrero also plays for the Marlins.
He was paid $116,365 dollars when he was injured on 23 August 2019, he missed his last month before the season ended. He signed a one-year contract again with the Miami Marlins worth $583,500 in 2020. He might also be receiving sponsorship and endorsement from various companies. The details of which are still unknown.
The 26-years-old Anderson is still single and in the prime of his game. He is very secretive about his private life and we don't know what's happening in his personal life. He is still single according to an NBA reporter in a press news.
Brian doesn't use any social media site which proves the fact that he is concentrating well on his game and only uses the mobile for his phone calls.
Before joining the Major leagues, he played in different teams in the minor league. He started with the Batavia Muckdogs then joining the Greensboro Grasshoppers. He also played for the Jupiter Hammerheads and Jacksonville Suns in 2016 and also named the Marlins Minor League Player of the year according to the reports from David Levin in Marlinmaniac.
His last season ended suddenly when he fractured his left fifth metacarpal when he was hit by a pitch in the bottom of the third innings. The third baseman/outfielder had hit 20 home runs and had 66 RBI prior to the injury.
He appeared in 64 games at third base and 55 games in right field in 2017 and 91 games in right field and 67 games at third base in 2018.
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