Victor Robles

by John Max 31 Oct,2021
Victor Robles
Personal Info
  • Birth Name Víctor Enrique Robles Brito
  • Birth Country Santo Domingo Este, Dominican Republic
  • Famous Name Víctor Robles
  • Father Victor Javier Robles
  • Mother Marcia Brito
  • Net Worth $1 million
  • Salary $505,053
  • Position in Team Outfielder
  • Current team Washington Nationals
  • Nationality Dominican
  • Profession MLB Player
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Dominican Republic
  • Children 1

Víctor Robles is a  Dominican professional baseball outfielder who is signed to the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB). He was signed by the Nationals in 2013 as an international free agent. In 2017, he made his MLB debut. 

Santo Domingo Este, Dominican Republic native, Víctor Enrique Robles Brito was born on 19th May 1997, under the star sign Taurus. He is the son of Marcia Brito and Victor Javier Robles. The twenty-four years old holds a Dominican nationality. 

How Much Is Victor Robles's Net Worth In 2021? Salary & Contract

On 1st March 2021, Robles signed a  1 year $614,000 contract with Washington. 

Salary Details

Season Team Salary
2013  Washington Nationals  $225,000 (signing bonus)
2017  Washington Nationals  $73,075
2018  Washington Nationals  $79,110
2019  Washington Nationals  $557,800
2020  Washington Nationals  $219,556
2021  Washington Nationals  $505,053
Total   $1,659,594

As of 2021, Victor Robles's net worth is approximately $1 million. 

Is Victor Robles Dating?

Victor Robles is married with one child.

Victor and his wife Diannelis met as teenagers in their natal Dominican Republic. The couple dated for a couple of years, and eventually exchanged the vows in 2017. The couple has a son, Victor Jr.  

Victor Robles prefers his personal life low-key. Additionally, he has set his Instagram private. 


Minor League

In 2013, Robles signed with the Washington Nationals as an international free agent. The next year, he made his professional debut n the Dominican Republic with the Dominican Summer League Nationals in the rookie-level Dominican Summer League where he batted .313 with 3 home runs, 25 runs batted in (RBIs), and 26 stolen bases in 47 games. 

He finished the 2015 season with Auburn, hitting .343 with two home runs, 16 RBIs, and 12 stolen bases for the Auburn Doubledays in the Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League.
Robles began the following season with the Hagerstown Suns of the Class A South Atlantic League, playing 64 games and hitting .305 with five home runs, driving in 30 runs, and stealing 19 bases.

Later, he was promoted to the Potomac Nationals of the Class A-Advanced Carolina League. In the fall of 2016, Robles became the top-ranked prospect in the Washington Nationals farm system. Robles began the 2017 season with Potomac where he was named to the World team's roster for the 2017 All-Star Futures Game.

Major League

On 7th September 2017, the Washington Nationals promoted Robles to the major leagues. The next day, he made his MLB debut against the Philadelphia Phillies, becoming the youngest man to play in the 2017 MLB season.

He concluded the regular season with the Nationals having played in 13 games, batting 6-for-24 (.250) with a double and two triples and driving in four runs.

The following season, he batted .288/.348/.525 with 3 home runs, ten RBIs, and 3 stolen bases in 5 attempts in 59 at-bats.

His 2019 play earned him as a finalist for the NL Gold Glove Award in center field, along with Harrison Bader and Lorenzo Cain. Lorenzo Can won the award. In 2020, he had the lowest slugging percentage of all NL qualified batters.

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