|Date of Birth:||1984, September 28|
|Age:||35 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 2 Inch|
|Birth Name||Ryan Wallace Zimmerman|
|Birth Place||Washington, North Carolina, U.S.|
|Famous Name||Ryan Zimmerman|
|Net Worth||$80 million|
|Contract||6 year / $100,000,000|
|Position in Team||First baseman / Third baseman|
|Current team||Washington Nationals|
|Currently Working For||Washington Nationals|
|University attended||University of Virginia|
|School attended||Kellam High School|
|Married to||Heather Downe|
Ryan Zimmerman is an American professional soccer player who currently plays as a first baseman for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB). Additionally, he was first drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft as a first-round, fourth overall pick.
As of 2019, Ryan has an estimated net worth over $80 million which is solely generated from his professional career. Also, he has collected $137,892,000 as entire career earnings, playing 14 seasons in MLB. Besides, he is in a romantic relationship with his wife, Heather Downen.
As of 2019, Ryan holds a massive net worth over $80 million which is entirely generated from his professional career. Additionally, he has accumulated $137,892,000 as entire career earnings, playing 14 seasons in MLB.
Moreover, he receives $16,666,667 as an annual salary from his team Washington Nationals. As per his contract with Washington Nationals, he signed 6 years/ $100,000,000 deal which includes as a $100,000,000 guaranteed amount.
Some of Ryan's career contract and earnings:
Reportedly, he is 4th best-paid player of Nationals while Stephen Strasburg, Max Scherzer is the top-2 highest earner of the team with an average annual salary of $38,333,334 and $37,505,562 respectively.
Likewise, he is the 49th best-paid player among all the MLB player whereas Clayton Kershaw and David Price are among the highest earner with an annual average salary of $31,000,000 and $31,000,000 respectively.
Yes, Ryan Zimmerman belongs to the married club and reportedly, he is happily married to his beautiful wife, Heather Downe. Moreover, the couple dated for long before they finally decided to get committed with eachother in April 2012.
Subsequently, the couple exchanged their marital vows in January 2013. Besides, the couple is blessed with two lovely children Mackenzie and Hayden. Further, their eldest daughter, Mackenzie was born in November 2013 and their youngest daughter, Hayden was born in June 2016.
Talking about how they started their relationship, the duo fairly met soon after their college. In one of the interviews of Rayan's wife, she said "I didn’t know anything about sports or baseball, so when I found out who he was, I didn’t really understand or care. He was just a fun person I hung out with, who happened to have a cool job!".
Additionally, with the pictorial evidence, we came to the conclusion that the duo had a luxurious wedding ceremony which was attended by their close friends and family. The couple was a dress beautifully as the bride was looking stunning in a white wedding dress and the groom was wearing a black suit which suited him perfectly.
Ryan stands in the hight of 1.91 m (6 feet 2 inches) and weighs around 104 kg.
Ryan was born on September 28, 1984, in Washington, North Carolina, the U.S. to Keith Zimmerman and Cheryl Zimmerman. As per his birth, Ryan is an American native and belongs to the ethnic group of white. Also, Zimmerman was born under the star sign Libra.
Furthermore, Ryan attended the University of Virginia and played for their baseball team, Virginia Cavaliers. In his college career, he had the record of .393 average, .581 slugging percentage, 136 total bases, 92 hits, 59 RBIs, and 51 runs.
As of 2019, Ryan currently plays for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB) as a first baseman. Additionally, he was originally drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft as a first-round, fourth overall pick.
Ryan has played for the single team throughout his professional career, representing Washington Nationals. Additionally, he made his MLB debut on September 1, 2005. Some of his notable career achievements include 2× All-Star (2009, 2017), Gold Glove Award (2009), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2009, 2010) and many more.