|Date of Birth:||1987, April 24|
|Age:||32 years old|
|Birth Nation:||Dominican Republic|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Birth Name||Welington Andrés Castillo,|
|Famous Name||Welington Castillo,|
|Birth Place||San Isidro, Dominican Republic|
|Currently Working For||Chicago White Sox|
|Net Worth||$15 million|
|Married to||Kissalry Castillo|
|Children||two beautiful sons Daniel and Jeremiah|
|Full Name||Welington Andrés Castillo|
|Current team||Chicago White Sox|
|Position in Team||catcher|
|Past Team||Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners, Arizona Diamondbacks, Baltimore Orioles|
|Contract||2 year $15 millio|
Welington Castillo is a Dominicans professional baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Welington Andrés Castillo currently plays for the Chicago White Sox as their catcher. Welington Andrés Castillo has played for other teams like Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners, Arizona Diamondbacks, Baltimore Orioles.
As a catcher, Welington Andrés Castillo reportedly earns around $7,250,000 as his yearly salary from Chicago White Sox. Further, Welington Andrés Castillo has an estimated net worth of over $15 million.
Welington is currently living with his beautiful wife Kissalry Castillo and two sons named Daniel and Jeremiah.
Welington Andrés Castillo has an estimated net worth of over $15 million which he earned from the baseball playing career as of 2019. Similar to Welington, another player Adrian Clayborn also has the same net worth as that of him.
In addition to this, Welington has earned a good sum of money from his entire MLB career until 2019 and is guessed to earn a lot more in his future.
Welington Castillo has reportedly signed a two-year contract which is worth of $15 million with Chicago White Sox on December 1, 2017.
Furthermore, the contract also provides a guaranteed sum of around $15 million and he is receiving a nice amount from the Chicago team in 2019 and is around $7,250,000.
Let's have a look at his career earnings:
|2018||Chicago White Sox||$4,131,720|
|2019||Chicago White Sox||$7,250,000|
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Despite all this, he was suspended for over 80 games in 2018 forfeiting $3,118,279 due to the violation of League's PED policy.
He hasn't mentioned any of the sponsorships and endorsements, but he might be earning a good sum from it. Wellington's personal assets include home and cars.
Welington Castillo is an MLB player with a charming personality. He is married to his girlfriend Kissalry Castillo after being in an affair for a very long time. The couple tied the knot on January 29, 2010, in a lavish wedding ceremony.
Welington and his wife/spouse welcomed their first child Daniel born in 2016 and later their second son Jeremiah was born. Currently, he is living a happy married life with his wife/spouse and children in Chicago.
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In addition to this, Kissell is also from the same country where his husband is from, the Dominican Republic. Despite the busy schedule, Welington spends a lot of time with his family and also shares a lot of happy moments on his official social accounts.
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Talking about his body measurements, he has a decent weight along with a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall. Furthermore, he has a charming personality and is also an attractive individual.
Welington Andrés Castillo was born on April 24, 1987, in San Isidro, the Dominican Republic. His nationality is Dominicans and belongs to the Mixed ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Taurus.
In addition to this, he hasn't mentioned details regarding his educational qualifications and parents on social media.
At the beginning of his career, he played in the minor league starting from 2006. Later on, Welington began his Major League career with the Chicago Cubs in 2010.
Later on, after playing over five years he was traded for Yoervis Medina to the Seattle Mariners on May 19, 2015, but didn't play much for them. The Mariners traded Castillo, Dominic Leone, Gabby Guerrero and Jack Reinheimer for Mark Trumbo and Vidal Nuño in the Arizona Diamondbacks on June 3, 2015.
After ending his career with the Diamondbacks, he joined the Baltimore Orioles team and played over a season for them. Currently, he is playing for the Chicago White Sox team and has a signed a two-year contract with them and is playing alongside Yonder Alonso.