- Date of Birth
- Age 40 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Robert Joseph Erlin
- Birth Place Oakland, California
- Famous Name Robbie Erlin
- Horoscope Libra
- Father Rick Erlin
- Net Worth $2 million
- Salary $1,450,000
- Date JAN 9 2019
- Contract 1 year $1.45 million
- Career Earnings $4,258,372
- Height 1.80 m
- Position in Team pitcher
- Current team San Diego Padres
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Baseball
- Currently Working For San Diego Padres
Robbie Erlin is an American professional Baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). Robbie Erlin currently plays for the San Diego Padres as their pitcher. In the third round of the 2009 MLB draft, the Texas Rangers selected Erlin.
Robbie Erlin reportedly earns around $1,450,000 as his yearly salary from San Diego Padres. Further, he has an estimated net worth of over $2 million.
Robbie Erlin's Net Worth in 2019? Know About His Career Earnings and Salary
Robbie Erlin has an estimated net worth of over $2 million in 2019. Further, the MLB player has an average salary of $1,450,000 annually. Robbie Erlin so far has made earnings of $4,258,372 from his entire MLB career.
He signed a 1 year/ $1.45 million contract with San Diego Padres on January 9, 2019.
Robbie Erlin's salary along with bonus and incentives are tabulated below.
|2013||San Diego Padres||$144,590|
|2014||San Diego Padres||$471,418|
|2015||San Diego Padres||$55,464|
|2016||San Diego Padres||$516,400|
|2017||San Diego Padres||$545,500|
|2018||San Diego Padres||$650,000|
|2019||San Diego Padres||$1,450,000|
Erlin is 11th highest paid player of San Diego Padres while Eric Hosmer is highest paid player of the team with an annual salary of $21,000,000. Moreover, he is 442th highest paid player.
Erlin endorses the shoes of Nike which suggests that he might be associated with the brand. However, Robbie hasn't revealed exact information about his association with Nike.
Is Robbie Erlin Married? Know About His Personal Life
According to the different sources, his relationship status is single. Also, there is no information about his probable girlfriend or wife in any news portals or sites or his own social accounts. However, he is alleged to be single but we really can't be sure about this.
Despite being a baseball player and a celebrity, he has managed to keep his private life low profiled. He also has not dropped much about his family. Not being a common name, it must be a tough job to keep both private and professional life apart and well managed. Also, he seems to be focused on his career which may be the one reason for his single status.
Besides that, he seems to love beaches and dwelling in nature. Also, he keeps posting nature pictures in his social accounts.
Robbie Erlin Body Measurement (Height and Weight)
Talking about his body measurements, the famous MLB star is 1.80 m in height and weighs around 86 kg.
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Robbie Erlin's Early Life, Bio, and Family
Robbie Erlin was born on October 8, 1990, in Oakland, California to father, Rick Erlin but the name of his mother is not available in the media. He is American by nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Libra.
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Robbie attended Scotts Valley High School in California's Scotts Valley, where he played for the baseball team. He was named the Player of the Year of Santa Cruz County in 2009, his senior year. He committed to attending a baseball scholarship at California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly).
Robbie Erlin Professional Life
In the third round of the 2009 MLB draft, the Texas Rangers selected Erlin. Robbie was placed to finish the 2011 season with the Double-A San Antonio Missions, where he had a six-starter ERA of 1.38.
On April 24, 2013, Robbie was promoted to the Major Leagues and made two relief appearances before returning to Tucson on May 2. Robbie was recalled against the Toronto Blue Jays on June 1 for his first start in the Major League. In that beginning, Erlin won his first career decision as the Padres defeated the Blue Jays, 4–3.