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Bartolo Colon began his career as a professional baseball player in 1995 with Kinston of the Single-A Carolina League.
He was selected Minor League Player of the Year by the Indians. Bartolo joined the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons two years later.
Bartolo Colón, sometimes known as 'Big Sexy,' is a professional baseball player for the Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican League. He has also played for the Oakland Athletics, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers, New York Mets Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Montreal Expos, Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees, and Minnesota Twins in Major League Baseball (MLB) (2018). Colón appeared in four MLB All-Star Games, for the Anaheim Angels, Indians, the Athletics, and the Mets.
In 2005 He won the American American League Cy Young Award when he topped the American League in wins with the Anaheim Angels. Colón became the senior player in baseball history to hit his first home run early in the 2016 season, at the age of 42. Colón was the longest-running the last active Major Leaguer and MLB player who played for the Montreal Expos during the 2018 season, at the age of 45.
He set the record for most career victories by a pitcher born in Latin America. During his latest season, he and Rangers teammate Adrián Beltré became the last current MLB players to have played in the '90s. On February 14, 2020, Colón joined the Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican League.
Bartolo Colon's net worth is estimated to be $80 million.
Bartolo Colon is 5 ft 9 in (180 cm) tall.
Bartolo Colón is 48 years old, having been born on May 24, 1973.
Colón was born and raised in the Dominican Republic's Altamira. From the age of 9-14, he worked hard days alongside his father, Miguel, collecting coffee beans and fruit. Colón attributes the growth of his strength to his early employment. He does a lot of charity work in his old neighborhood. Adriana Colón, Colón's mother, died from breast cancer in 2014.
Colón lives in New Jersey with his wife, Rosanna, and their four sons. Colón and his wife became US citizens on September 30, 2014. Colón met his wife when he was 13 years old in the Dominican Republic. Colón was sued in Manhattan in 2015 by a woman from Washington Heights who was seeking child support for her son and daughter, both of whom Colón fathered during his marriage. Colón and Alexandra Santos reached an agreement on June 17, 2016, that included child support payments.
Bartolo Colon is a professional baseball player from the Dominican Republic with an estimated net worth of $80 million.
Colon has a long list of accomplishments to his credit. When he played in the 2005 season, he won the Cy Young Award. he was honored In 1998, 2005, 2013, and 2016, and MLB All-star асhiеvеmеnt was achieved four times. In his career, he also won pitсhеr оf thе mоnth four times: in 1998, 2002, 2005, and 2013. Furthermore, hе gоt thе рlауеr оf thе wееk аwаrd fоr оutstаnding реrfоrmаnсе аnd thе рlауеr сhоice аwаrd fоr new pitcher of the year.
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