Manny Machado Net Worth 2024, Biography, Age, Height

By Alice Moreno

Manny Machado, born as Manuel Arturo Machado on July 6, 1992, is an accomplished American professional baseball player. Originating from Miami, Florida, Machado has made a significant mark in baseball. He stands tall at 6′ 3″ (190 cm) and weighs 218 lbs (98 kg). His journey in professional baseball began in 2010 when he was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles as the third overall pick. Machado made his MLB debut with the Orioles on August 9, 2012.

Known for playing as a third baseman and shortstop, he wears jersey number 13. His skills have led to a commendable batting average of 0.279, with 1,737 hits and 313 home runs. Manny’s education includes time at Brito Miami Private School and Florida International University.

Off the field, Machado resides in Coral Gables, Florida, and has accumulated a net worth of $50 million with career earnings of over $163 million. His salary stands at $17 million. He also has endorsements with brands like Nike, Rawlings, and McDonald’s.

Machado’s personal life includes being married to Yainee Alonso since 2014, with whom he has a child. His parents are Manuel Machado and Rosa Nunez, and he has a sibling named Yasmine Nunez. Manny’s nickname, “El Ministro de la Defensa,” highlights his defensive prowess on the field.

Quick Facts About Manny Machado

NameManny Machado
Real NameManuel Arturo Machado
NicknameEl Ministro de la Defensa
Birthday/AgeJuly 6, 1992 (age 31)
Weight218lbs(98kg)
Height190cm(6′ 3″)
BirthplaceMiami, Florida, U.S.
ResidenceCoral Gables, Florida
ProfessionAmerican professional baseball player
Draft2010, Baltimore Orioles, Round: 1, Overall Pick: 3
Mlb Debut DateAugust 9, 2012
Mlb Debut TeamBaltimore Orioles
Batted/ThrewRight/Right
PositionThird Baseman and Shortstop
Jersey Number13
Earned Run Average.279
Hits1,737
Home Runs313
High SchoolBrito Miami Private School
CollegeFlorida International University
Net Worth$50 million
Career Earnings$163,560,896
Salary$17,090,909
EndorsementsNike, Rawlings, Petco, Alienware, Pandora, McDonald’s, Gen. G Esports, G-Form Baseball, Essentia, Callaway, and Budweiser
FatherManuel Machado
MotherRosa Nunez
SiblingsYasmine Nunez
Marital Statusmarried
SpouseYainee Alonso(m. 2014)
Children1

Manny Machado Biography

Machado debuted in the MLB in August 2012. His breakthrough came in 2013, marked by his selection for the American League (AL) All-Star team and leading the league with 51 doubles. His exceptional fielding skills earned him a Gold Glove Award in 2013 and again in 2015. Machado also made the All-Star Game in 2015, 2016, 2018, 2021, and 2022. His fielding prowess has often been compared to Brooks Robinson, a former Orioles third baseman and Hall of Famer.

In 2018, as he approached free agency, Machado was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers, contributing to their World Series run. Following that season, he signed a 10-year, $300 million contract with the Padres, setting a record for the largest contract in North American sports at the time. Machado has also represented the Dominican Republic national baseball team.

Manny Machado Net Worth

Manny Machado Net Worth

Manny Machado, a prominent figure in Major League Baseball, has an estimated net worth of $50 million.

His career earnings amount to a staggering $163,560,896. Currently, he earns an annual salary of $17,090,909.

Machado’s financial success is largely due to his 11-year contract with the San Diego Padres, valued at $350 million. This contract included a hefty $45 million signing bonus and guaranteed the full $350 million. His average annual salary under this contract is approximately $31.8 million.

In the 2024 season, Machado is set to earn a base salary of $13 million, contributing to his total salary of over $17 million for that year.

Estimated Career Earnings

TEAMYEARAWARDSSALARYSIGNING BONUSINCENTIVETOTAL CASH
Baltimore Orioles2010$5,250,000$5,250,000
2012$112,786$112,786
2013AL GOLD GLOVE:3B$495,000$25,000$520,000
2014$519,000$519,000
2015AL GOLD GLOVE:3B$548,000$548,000
2016$5,000,000$5,000,000
2017$11,500,000$11,500,000
Los Angeles Dodgers2018$6,365,591$6,365,591
Baltimore Orioles2018$9,634,409$9,634,408
San Diego Padres2019$10,000,000$20,000,000$30,000,000
2020ALL MLB (1ST),NL SILVER SLUGGER:3B$11,111,111$11,111,111
2021$30,000,000$30,000,000
2022ALL MLB (1ST)$30,000,000$30,000,000
2023$13,000,000$10,000,000$23,000,000
Est. Earnings(12 seasons)$128,285,897$35,250,000$25,000$163,560,896

Source: Spotrac-cash-earnings

Manny Machado Contract Details

TEAM YEARAGESERVICESTATUSBASE SALARYSIGNING BONUSLUXURY TAX SALARYPAYROLL SALARYADJUSTED SALARYYEARLY CASH
San Diego Padres20233010.056$13,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$17,090,909$17,090,909$23,000,000($23,000,000)
20243111.056$13,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$17,090,909$17,090,909$13,000,000($36,000,000)
202532$13,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$17,090,909$17,090,909$13,000,000($49,000,000)
202633$21,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$25,090,909$25,090,909$21,000,000($70,000,000)
202734$35,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$39,090,909$39,090,909$40,000,000($110,000,000)
202835$35,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$39,090,909$39,090,909$40,000,000($150,000,000)
202936$35,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$39,090,909$39,090,909$40,000,000($190,000,000)
203037$35,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$39,090,909$39,090,909$40,000,000($230,000,000)
203138$35,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$39,090,909$39,090,909$40,000,000($270,000,000)
203239$35,000,000$4,090,909$31,818,182$39,090,909$39,090,909$40,000,000($310,000,000)
203340$35,000,000$4,090,910$31,818,182$39,090,910$39,090,910$40,000,000($350,000,000)
203441UFA

Manny Machado Fines & Suspensions

DATETEAMCATEGORYGAMES SUSP.FORFEITEDREASON
07/02/2019San Diego PadresPhysical Contact with Official1 game$53,763Making physical contact with an umpire against Colorado (COL)
10/19/2018Los Angeles DodgersUnsportsmanlike Conduct$10,000Unsportsmanlike Conduct against Jesus Aguilar (MIL)
06/09/2016Baltimore OriolesFighting$2,500Charging the mound against Kansas City (KC)
06/09/2016Baltimore OriolesFighting4 gamesCharging the mound against Kansas City (KC)
5$66,263

Source: Spotrac-fines

Manny Machado Injuries

DATETEAMREASONDAYS MISSEDCASH PAID WHILE INJURED
05/19/2023 – 06/02/2023San Diego PadresHand15$1,048,380
15$1,048,380

Source: Spotrac-injuries

Manny Machado Early Life

Manny Machado was born and raised in Miami, Florida. His upbringing was a family affair, with his mother Rosa Machado, grandfather Francisco Nunez, and uncle Geovanny Brito playing significant roles in his life. Manny’s heritage traces back to the Dominican Republic.

During his childhood in Hialeah, Miami, he formed a close bond with Albert Almora, a former outfielder for the Cincinnati Reds. Although not related by blood, Machado and Almora consider each other cousins.

Growing up, he was a fan of the Miami Marlins, showcasing his early love for baseball.

Manny Machado Career

Manny Machado Career

Manny Machado, selected third overall by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2010 MLB draft, was the second high school player and position player chosen. He signed a $5.25 million contract minutes before the deadline on August 16, 2010.

During contract negotiations, Machado played for USA Baseball’s 18-and-under national team. He debuted with the Gulf Coast League Orioles in August 2010, hitting his first professional home run in his second game.

Machado transitioned to the Low-A Aberdeen IronBirds and then to the Delmarva Shorebirds in 2011, where he earned South Atlantic League player of the week honors before April’s end. Following a knee injury, he returned for the SAL All-Star Game and was then promoted to the High-A Frederick Keys, leading to his selection for the 2012 All-Star Futures Game.

In May 2013, Manny Machado made baseball history. He tied and then broke Ty Cobb’s record for most multi-hit games before age 21, reaching 40 games. His performance in May resulted in 44 hits, second only to Mickey Mantle’s record for players under 21. By the end of that month, Machado led in doubles with 25 and tied with Miguel Cabrera for most hits at 79. Halfway through the season, he was on track to potentially break the single-season record for doubles, having already hit 37.

On June 6, 2014, Manny Machado was involved in a bench-clearing brawl after being tagged by Oakland Athletics’ Josh Donaldson. Two days later, on June 8, he inadvertently hit catcher Derek Norris with his bat, causing Norris to leave the game. Later in that game, Machado threw his bat towards third base after facing two inside pitches from Oakland reliever Fernando Abad. The umpires believed it was intentional, leading to the ejection of both Abad and Machado.

Machado issued a formal apology for his actions the following day. However, on June 10, he received a five-game suspension and a fine. He lost an appeal against the suspension and began serving it on June 30.

In 2017, on April 21, Manny Machado was involved in a controversial play. His slide injured Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox, causing Pedroia to miss three games. Machado insisted that the slide was accidental and even contacted Pedroia after the game to express this.

However, the incident escalated in subsequent games. Two days later, Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez seemed to target Machado’s knees with his pitches, though he missed each time. In the same game, another pitch from reliever Matt Barnes went dangerously close to Machado’s head, striking his bat instead. Barnes was ejected from the game and later received a four-game suspension. He maintained that it wasn’t intentional.

The tension continued a week later, on May 2, when Chris Sale, another Red Sox pitcher, threw a pitch that narrowly missed Machado. After this incident, Machado openly expressed his frustration with how Major League Baseball handled the situation, using strong language in a post-game interview.

Manny Machado rebounded from a slow start to finish the season strongly. He achieved a .259 batting average, .310 on-base percentage, and .471 slugging percentage. His stats included 33 doubles, 33 home runs, 95 RBIs, and nine stolen bases. Despite his offensive success, he made 14 errors, ranking him second among AL third basemen in errors. Machado was a finalist for the Rawlings Gold Glove award but was bested by Evan Longoria, another AL East third baseman.

Manny Machado played for the Dominican Republic in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, earning the nickname “El Ministro de la Defensa” for his standout defense. He was named the most valuable player in the first round’s Pool C, batting .357. However, the Dominican team was eliminated in Pool F by the United States. Machado finished the tournament with a .269 batting average, .321 on-base percentage, and .462 slugging percentage. Born in Florida, Machado chose to represent the Dominican Republic in honor of his family heritage, particularly his grandfather from La Vega, Dominican Republic.

In 2020, Manny Machado’s second season with the San Diego Padres was shortened to 60 games due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the shortened season, he performed exceptionally, hitting .304 with a .370 on-base percentage and a .580 slugging percentage. Machado finished third in the National League with 16 home runs and 47 RBIs. Defensively, he led all qualifying third basemen with a .987 fielding percentage. His impressive performance placed him third in the National League MVP voting, behind Freddie Freeman and Mookie Betts.

In the 2022 season, Manny Machado delivered an impressive performance. He finished the season with a batting average of .298, an on-base percentage of .366, and a slugging percentage of .531. His powerful hitting resulted in 32 home runs and 102 RBIs. Machado ranked sixth in the National League in RBIs, runs scored, and extra-base hits. Additionally, he achieved second place in the National League MVP voting, coming in behind Paul Goldschmidt of the St. Louis Cardinals.

Manny Machado Jersey

YearsTeamJersey Number
2012-2018Baltimore Orioles13
2018-2018Los Angeles Dodgers8
2019-2019San Diego Padres13
2020-2023San Diego Padres13

Manny Machado Stats

SEASONTEAMGPGSABRH2B3BHRRBIBBSBKAVGOBPSLGOPSWAR
2023SD138138543751402103091503109.258.319.462.7812.87
2022SD15014857810017237132102639133.298.366.531.8976.55
2021SD15314756492157312281066312102.278.347.489.8365.04
2020SD60602244468121164726637.304.370.580.9503.15
2019SD156154587811502123285655128.256.334.462.7962.56
2018LAD16216163284188353371077014104.297.367.538.9053.64
2017BAL156156630811633313395509115.259.310.471.7813.82
2016BAL1571576401051884013796480120.294.343.533.8767.34
2015BAL16216263310218130135867020111.286.359.502.8617.49
2014BAL82823273891140123220268.278.324.431.7552.19
2013BAL156156664881885031471296111.283.314.431.7455.86
2012BAL51511912450837269238.262.294.445.7391.6
Totals1,5831,5726,2139141,73633218313944563881,1760.2790.3390.4900.82952.11

Source: Spotrac-statistics

Transactions

DateTransaction
Feb 26 2023Signed a new 11 year $350 million contract extension with San Diego (SD). The contract includes a $45 million signing bonus and a full no-trade clause.
Jul 2 2019Suspended 1 game for Making physical contact with an umpire against Colorado (COL), forfeiting $53,763 in 2019 salary with San Diego (SD)
Feb 21 2019Signed a 10 year $300 million contract with San Diego (SD)
Oct 19 2018Fined $10,000 Unsportsmanlike Conduct against Jesus Aguilar (MIL)
Jul 18 2018Traded to Los Angeles (LAD) from Baltimore (BAL) for Yusniel Diaz, Dean Kremer, Zach Pop, Rylan Bannon and Breyvic Valera
Jan 12 2018Signed a 1 year $16 million contract with Baltimore (BAL), avoiding arbitration
Jan 13 2017Signed a 1 year $11.5 million contract with Baltimore (BAL), avoiding arbitration
Jun 9 2016Suspended 4 games for charging the mound against Kansas City (KC)
Jun 9 2016Fined $2,500 Charging the mound against Kansas City (KC)
Jan 15 2016Signed a 1 year $5 million contract with Baltimore (BAL), avoiding arbitration
Mar 10 2015Signed a 1 year $548,000 contract with Baltimore (BAL)
Mar 3 2014Signed a 1 year $519k contract with Baltimore (BAL)
Mar 8 2013Signed a 1 year $495k contract with Baltimore (BAL)
Aug 9 2012Signed a 1 year $480k contract with Baltimore (BAL)
Aug 16 2010Signed a contract with Baltimore (BAL)
Jun 7 2010Drafted by Baltimore (BAL): Round 1 (#3 overall)

Source: Spotrac-transactions

Manny Machado Awards, Records, and Honors

AwardsYears
6× All-Star2013, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2021, 2022
2× All-MLB First Team2020, 2022
2× Gold Glove Award2013, 2015
Platinum Glove Award2013
Silver Slugger Award2020

Manny Machado Endorsements

Manny Machado, besides his impressive baseball career, has also been successful in securing various endorsement deals. These partnerships reflect his popularity and influence as a professional athlete. He has collaborated with notable brands such as Nike and Rawlings, which are major players in the sports apparel and equipment industry.

Additionally, Machado has endorsements with Petco, known for pet supplies, and Alienware, a well-known gaming hardware company. His portfolio includes deals with Pandora, a popular jewelry brand, and McDonald’s, one of the world’s largest fast-food chains.

He is also associated with Gen. G Esports, a key name in the esports industry. Other brands like G-Form Baseball and Essentia, which provide specialized sports gear and hydration products respectively, are part of his endorsements.

Machado has also partnered with Callaway, a renowned golf equipment company, and Budweiser, a globally recognized beer brand. These diverse endorsements not only contribute significantly to his income but also demonstrate his wide-ranging appeal beyond the baseball field.

Manny Machado Family And Personal Life

Manny Machado’s family includes his father, Manuel Machado, his mother, Rosa Nunez, and his sibling, Yasmine Nunez. In November 2014, he married Yainee Alonso, the sister of fellow baseball player Yonder Alonso. The couple has made their home in Coral Gables, Florida, where they own two houses. During the baseball season, Machado resides in Coronado, California. In 2015, they welcomed their first child, a son.

Machado, a big fan of the late basketball player Kobe Bryant, has a dog named Kobe. Professionally, his career started under the representation of agent Scott Boras, but he is now represented by Dan Lozano.

Apart from baseball, Machado has ventured into sports entrepreneurship. He is part of the ownership group for San Diego FC, a Major League Soccer expansion team announced in 2023, which plans to start playing in 2025.

Manny Machado Education

Manny Machado received his education at Brito Miami Private School in Miami, Florida. It was during his time at Brito Miami that his talents in baseball began to shine. After high school, he committed to attend Florida International University (FIU). FIU is known for its diverse programs and strong athletic department. However, Machado’s baseball career took off before he could attend FIU. He was drafted into Major League Baseball (MLB) straight out of high school. Despite not attending FIU, his early education played a crucial role in his development both as a student and an athlete.

Manny Machado Philanthropy

Manny Machado is actively involved in philanthropy through his support of the Baltimore City Foundation, Inc. This foundation focuses on improving the quality of life for residents of Baltimore City. It enables the city government to gather philanthropic resources, which are used to advance health and human services priorities. The foundation also offers grants to nonprofit organizations. These grants support programs for youth and underprivileged residents in Baltimore City. By contributing to this foundation, Machado helps promote collaboration between public and private sectors. This collaboration benefits the city and its residents.

Conclusion

Manny Machado, born and raised in Miami, Florida, has established himself as a prominent figure in Major League Baseball. His journey began with the Baltimore Orioles, where he showcased his exceptional talents as a third baseman and shortstop. Notably, Machado has achieved a significant batting average and demonstrated his prowess in home runs and RBIs, earning respect and accolades in the baseball community.

Off the field, Machado’s life is enriched by his family and personal commitments. He is married to Yainee Alonso and is a father, residing in Coral Gables, Florida. His involvement in philanthropy, particularly with the Baltimore City Foundation, highlights his dedication to giving back to the community.

Machado’s career is marked not only by his on-field achievements but also by his entrepreneurial ventures and endorsements. His involvement in diverse endorsement deals and as part of the ownership group for San Diego FC in Major League Soccer signifies his influence beyond baseball. Manny Machado’s journey from a high school talent to a celebrated baseball star and community figure is a testament to his skill, dedication, and impact both on and off the field.

FAQs

Has Manny Machado won a Gold Glove?

Manny Machado has won multiple Gold Glove awards. He first won the Gold Glove Award for his defensive excellence at third base in 2013 while playing for the Baltimore Orioles. He then won the award again in 2015. These awards highlight Machado’s exceptional skills and contributions in the field, marking him as one of the top defensive players in Major League Baseball.

What was Manny Machado’s rookie year?

Manny Machado’s rookie year in Major League Baseball (MLB) was in 2012. He made his MLB debut on August 9, 2012, playing for the Baltimore Orioles. This marked the beginning of his professional career at the highest level in baseball, following his selection as the third overall pick in the 2010 MLB draft.

Alice Moreno
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Hi, I'm Alice Moreno. I've been writing about celebrities since 2005. I love sharing stories about famous people and finding out how much they're worth. I studied Journalism and enjoy digging for facts to make sure everything I write is true.

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