Martín Maldonado is an athlete who was born in Naguabo, Puerto Rico in 16/08/1986 and is now 37 years old. Martín Maldonado has a net worth of $8 Million.
What is Martín Maldonado Net Worth?
Martín Maldonado's net worth is 8 Million.
How old is Martín Maldonado?
Martín Maldonado is 37 years old.
What is Martín Maldonado Birthday?
Martín Maldonado's birthday is 16/08/1986.
What is Martín Maldonado Zodiac Sign?
Martín Maldonado's zodiac sign is Leo.
What is Martín Maldonado's Real Birth Name?
Martín Maldonado's real birth name is Martín Benjamín Maldonado Valdés.
Where is Martín Maldonado's Birthplace?
Martín Maldonado's birthplace is Naguabo, Puerto Rico.
How Tall is Martín Maldonado?
Martín Maldonado height is 6'0'' (182.88 cm).
What is Martín Maldonado Nationality?
Martín Maldonado nationality is Puerto Rico.
What are Martín Maldonado's Professions?
Martín Maldonado's professions are Baseball Player.
Who is Martín Maldonado's Spouse(s)?
Who is Martín Maldonado?
Martín Benjamín Maldonado Valdés (born August 16, 1986) is a Puerto Rican professional baseball catcher for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has previously played in MLB for the Milwaukee Brewers, Los Angeles Angels, Kansas City Royals, and Chicago Cubs.
The Angels selected Maldonado in the 27th round of the 2004 MLB draft, and he made his MLB in 2011 as a member of the Brewers. In 2017, he both won a Gold Glove and a Fielding Bible Award. The New York Times described him in October 2021, following a season in which Maldonado batted .172, as “arguably the worst hitter in baseball,” and Sports Illustrated wrote that “he quite possibly could be the worst-hitting everyday player in MLB history”, although he has also been cited as a key factor in the success of the Astro pitching staff.
As a member of the Astros, Maldonado has been the backstop for two American League (AL) pennant-winning teams, which included a World Series championship in 2022. He is one of two catchers in Astros’ franchise history to catch multiple no-hitters: the first in 2019, and the second in 2022, and the third August 1, 2023. He caught to complete game no hitters, and two combined no-hitters, and he became the first man in major league history to catch multiple combined no-hitters.