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Jordan Zimmermann Biography
Jordan Zimmermann, born on the 23rd May 1986, is an American professional baseball player in Major League Baseball (MLB). He rose to fame for his record-breaking achievements including a first no-hitter pitch for the Washington Nationals in 2011.
So how much is Zimmermann’s net worth? As of mid-2017, based on authoritative sources it is reported to be $14 million, acquired from his years playing professional baseball.
Jordan Zimmermann Net Worth $14 Million
Born in Auburndale, Wisconsin, Zimmermann started playing baseball at a young age. During his high school years at Auburndale High School, he was already playing for the school’s varsity team. Because of his versatility in the field, he played catcher, starting pitcher and even short stop. Later on, he continued his passion for the sport while attending the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point.
In 2007, Zimmermann’s career in baseball began when he was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the second round of the MLB Draft. In his first year with the Nationals, playing for the Potomas Nationals and Harrisburg Senator, he immediately gained accolades, including being named to the Eastern League All-Star Team in July 2008, and becoming MILB.com
Nationals pitcher of the year, as well as leading in wins, strike-outs and ERA. His early years in professional baseball helped establish his career and also his net worth.
Zimmermann subsequently played for the Washington Nationals for a total of seven years from 2009 to 2015. After playing as an amateur for a year, he was then brought to the professional league in 2009. During his time with the team, he continually broke records with his amazing performance in the field despite suffering various injuries. Some of his achievements include pitching an immaculate inning during the game against Florida Marlins in 2011, and pitching a no-hitter during the game against Miami Marlins in 2014, a first for the Washington Nationals. He also made it to the All-Star game in 2013, with his teammate Bryce Harper. His success with the Nationals catapulted him to stardom and tremendously increased his net worth.
Today, Zimmermann is still active in playing professional baseball. In 2015, Zimmermann signed a 5-year contract with the Detroit Tigers, and subsequently recorded his 1,000th career strikeout with the Tigers in 2017 during the game against the Houston Astros. His new contract with the Tigers also increased his wealth considerably.
In terms of his personal life, Zimmermann is married to Mandy, a former worker at a dialysis clinic and now a stay-at-home mom. The two have been married since 2012, and together they have a son, Riley and a daughter, Ava.
|Full Name||Jordan Zimmermann|
|Net Worth||$14 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 23, 1986|
|Place Of Birth||Auburndale, Wisconsin, United States|
|Profession||Professional baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball (MLB)|
|Education||Auburndale High School, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point|
|Spouse||Mandy Zimmermann (m. 2012)|
|Children||Riley Zimmermann, Ava Zimmermann|
|Awards||All-Star (2013, 2014), NL wins leader (2013), Pitched a no-hitter (September 28, 2014)|
|Nominations||MLB draft: second round (Washington Nationals, 2007), Detroit Tigers (#27 / Pitcher), Eastern League All-Star Team (July 2008), NL Pitcher of the Month (2012, third Nationals pitcher), American League Pitcher of the Month (2016), Three-pitch pitcher: four-seam fastball (148-153 km/h), slider "baby cutter" (140 km/h), curveball (130 km/h)|
|TV Shows||Tigers LIVE Postgame 7.7.17: Jordan Zimmermann (2017, video), Tigers LIVE postgame 4.30.16: Jordan Zimmermann (2016, video), Tigers LIVE Postgame 4.8.17: Jordan Zimmermann (2017)|
|Sunday Night Baseball||2012||TV Series||Himself - Washington Nationals Pitcher|