|Birth Name||Joshua Patrick Beckett|
|Birth Place||Spring, Texas|
|Famous Name||Josh Beckett|
|Net Worth||$63 million|
|Currently Working For||Retired|
|Married to||Holly Fisher|
Josh Beckett is a former professional baseball pitcher originally from America. Besides, this three times Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star award winner played for Florida Marlins, Boston Red Sox, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Born on May 15, 1980, Beckett is the 19th man in Dodger's history to pitch a no-hitter against the Philadelphia Phillies, on May 25, 2014, for the Dodgers, in his comeback after a serious injury. Nevertheless, his season was again cut short due to an injury and he announced his retirement on October 7, 2014.
Besides that, on January 22, 2011, Josh married Holly Fisher, an aeronautics engineer, and former high school classmate. Josh and Holly have three daughters, Ryann, Sage, and Madison.
Josh Beckett has a jaw-dropping net worth of $63 million. Besides, he has appeared in a total of 13 seasons in the MLB and has successfully made total career earnings of $124 million. Besides, his highest recorded earning was on the year 2011, which was nearly $21 million.
On March 2, 2004, Josh signed a 1 year / $1.5 million contract with Florida. Later, he again signed a year / $2.4 million contract with the same team.
Josh Beckett is married to his long-time girlfriend, Holy Fisher, on January 22, 2011. As per his wiki, Josh met his wife when both the couples were on high school. Precisely, they were classmates. Eventually, they began dating eachother and finally, the lovebirds got married.
Besides, the duo is blessed with three daughters; Ryann, Sage, and Madison. Apart from that, Josh is not involved in any other relationships. Besides, his name also hasn't been dragged into any rumors or controversy.
Josh Beckett stands at a perfect height of 5 feet and 11 inches tall. Besides, he has a well-maintained healthy body that weighs about 80 kg.
Josh Beckett was born on May 15, 1980, in Spring, Texas. As of 2019, Beckett is 39 years old in age. Furthermore, he was born to his American parents as Joshua Patrick Beckett.
Apart from that, Josh holds an American nationality and is of white ethnicity. Likewise, there is not much information about his family background and educational qualifications.
Josh Beckett's MLB debut was on September 4, 2001, against the Chicago Cubs, in which he gave up one hit over six shutout innings to pick up his first MLB win. He also doubled and scored in the game. Beckett was quoted afterward as saying, "It was fun. I'm ready for my next one."
Beckett was named the Marlins opening day starting pitcher in 2003, and at 23 years old was the youngest opening-day starter in the team's history. However, he lasted just 2 2⁄3 innings in the game as the Philadelphia Phillies scored five unearned runs in the third as a result of two errors and a passed ball.
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