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Jim Edmonds Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Dating, Bio, Facts

James Edmonds is one of the most well known American baseball players. His full name is James Patrick Edmonds, and he retired in 2011. He has played for six major baseball league teams from 1993 to 2010. He started his career with California-Anaheim Angels. Then he played for St. Louis Cardinals, which remained his favorite team. He later became a broadcaster for Fox Sports Midwest.

Maybe you know about Jim Edmonds very well But do you know how old and tall is he, and what is his net worth in 2021? If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Jim Edmonds’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life

Jim was born on 27th June 1970 in California. When he was young, his parents divorced. His parents got his joint custody. His schooling took place at Diamond Bar, which is in L.A. County. He studied at the Diamond Bar High School.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 27 June 1970, Jim Edmonds is 50 years old as of today’s date 9th March 2021. His height is 1.85 m tall, and his weight is 96 kg.

Career

In 1988 Edmond started playing in the minor league. He was selected by the California Angels and passed on to the Bend Bucks, and he played in 35 games. Next year he played 31 games for the Quad Cities Angels. In 1990 he moved up to join the Palm Springs Angels and continued there in 1991.

Next year got into the Midland Angels and later moved to Edmonton Trappers. He played in these minor leagues before making his major league debut for the California Angels in September 1993. He continued to play in the team till 1999.

From 2000 to 2007, he played for the St. Louis Cardinals, who were his all-time favorite team. There he was an all-star for three years; won Gold Glove award for six years and played in 2006 for a World Series team.

During 2008 he played for the San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs. Edmonds did not play in 2009. One year later, in 2010, Edmonds returned to the majors with the Milwaukee Brewers. Later that year, Edmonds was traded to the Cincinnati Reds.

In 2011 Edmonds announced his retirement from baseball. In 2013, Fox Sports Midwest hired Jim Edmonds as a member of their St. Louis Cardinals broadcasting crew as an analyst.

Edmond has two daughters from his first wife, Lee Ann Horton. He was married to his second wife, Allison Jayne Raski, from 2008 to 2014 and had two children from her. In 2014, Edmonds married Meghan O’Toole King, and in 2016 they had a daughter; the couple is now expecting twin boys by June 2018.

Awards & Achievement

Edmonds played the center field, although, at times, he took up other positions. Edmonds was a consistent hard hitter. He has made 1,199 runs in his career with a batting average of .285. He is also a recipient of eight Rawlings Gold Glove awards from 1997 to 2005. He also won a World Series Championship in 2006 with the Cardinals.

He has also been voted by ESPN as Number 12 of the top 100 baseball players of the 21st century. He was also inducted into the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame.

Net Worth & Salary of Jim Edmonds in 2021

After retirement, Edmonds was involved in the restaurant business. He opened a restaurant called Jim Edmonds 15 Steakhouse, later renamed as The Precinct and advertised as ‘the safest bar in town’ and ‘home of the hottest wings.’ Another restaurant, Winfield’s Gathering Place, was opened in Kirkwood, Missouri.

As of March 2021, The net worth of Jim Edmonds, considering his all known sources of income, is estimated to be about $40 million. Considering he took retirement way back in 2011, not much of a change is expected in the coming years.

Jim Edmonds is a retired major league baseball player and well known by baseball fans in America. Despite his retirement, as a broadcaster, he continues his association with the game and his favorite team of St. Louis Cardinals.

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