Yonder Alonso
Yonder Alonso

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Name: Yonder Alonso
Occupation: Baseball Player
Gender: Male
Birth Day: April 8, 1987
Age: 33
Birth Place: Havana, Cuba
Zodiac Sign: Aries

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Yonder Alonso

Yonder Alonso was born on April 8, 1987 in Havana, Cuba (33 years old). Yonder Alonso is a Baseball Player, zodiac sign: Aries. @ plays for the team . Find out Yonder Alonsonet worth 2020, salary 2020 detail bellow.

Trivia

The Minnesota Twins drafted him in the 15th round in 2005, but he elected to go to college instead.

Net Worth

Net Worth 2020

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Salary 2020

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On December 2, 2015, the Padres traded Alonso and Marc Rzepczynski to the Oakland Athletics for Drew Pomeranz, José Torres, and a player to be named later or cash considerations (later specified as Jabari Blash). On January 13, 2016, the A's and Alonso announced that they had agreed to a one-year contract worth $2.65 million to avoid arbitration. In 2016, Alonso batted .253/.316/.367 with 7 home runs and 56 RBIs. Alonso avoided salary arbitration with the Athletics for a second consecutive season, by agreeing to a $4 million contract for the 2017 season on December 3, 2016.

Before Fame

He played baseball at the University of Miami.

Biography Timeline

1987

Yonder Alonso was born in Havana, Cuba on April 8, 1987 to parents Luis and Damarys. His father played and coached for Industriales of the Cuban National Series, and taught Yonder to play as well. The family defected from Cuba in 1996 and settled in Miami, where Yonder played on a Little League team funded by Jose Canseco. Alonso attended Coral Gables High School in Coral Gables, Florida, and was selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 16th round of the 2005 Major League Baseball draft. He did not sign, choosing instead to attend college at the University of Miami.

2007

His sophomore year he batted .376, led the Atlantic Coast Conference with 18 home runs, knocked in 74 runs, and scored 57 times. He also ranked second in the ACC with a .519 on-base percentage and .705 slugging percentage. Alonso went to the Cape Cod Baseball League in 2007 and played for the Brewster Whitecaps.

2008

In 2008, he hit .373 with 15 home runs, 51 RBIs, and eight stolen bases.

In 2008, Alonso was drafted for the second time with the seventh overall pick by the Cincinnati Reds. He signed a major-league contract with the Reds worth $4.55 million through 2012.

Alonso made his Minor League debut on August 26, 2008 for the Class A Sarasota Reds against the Clearwater Threshers. He went 1-for-3 with a double and a walk. In just six games for the A-Advanced Reds that year, he went 6-for-19 with two RBIs.

After the 2008 season, he joined the Waikiki BeachBoys of the Hawaii Winter Baseball league and hit .308 with four home runs and 21 RBIs in 29 games. He had 32 hits in 104 at-bats.

2009

Alonso entered the 2009 season ranked as the number one overall prospect in the Reds organization by Baseball America. He started the season with Sarasota, played 49 games, and hit .303 in 175 at-bats with seven home runs, 13 doubles, and 38 RBIs. After receiving a promotion to Class AA Carolina, he hit .295 in 105 at-bats, with 11 doubles, two home runs, and 14 RBIs over 29 games. He also played for the Peoria Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League in 2009, .267 in 23 games.

2010

Alonso started 2010 in Carolina playing left field, as he was blocked at first base in Cincinnati by Joey Votto. In May, Alonso was promoted to the Triple-A Louisville Bats where he played 82 of his 101 games at first base, hitting .296 with 12 home runs. Alonso was called up by the Reds on September 1 as the rosters expanded. He made his major league debut that day, pinch hitting for Brandon Phillips. On September 4, 2010, in his second at bat as a pinch hitter, Alonso doubled off St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Mike MacDougal for his first major league hit, and scored his first major league run that inning.

2011

Alonso began the 2011 season at Triple-A, playing the majority of his games in left field and batting .296. On July 26, 2011, Alonso was recalled to the Cincinnati Reds after they traded Johnny Gomes. He served mostly as a pinch hitter, picking up 98 plate appearances over 47 games and batting .330 with a .943 OPS. Alonso made 14 starts in left field and one each at first and third base. Alonso was projected as a left fielder for the Reds in 2012, although he struggled defensively at the position during 2011.

Alonso, Edinson Vólquez, Yasmani Grandal, and Brad Boxberger were traded to the San Diego Padres for Mat Latos on December 17, 2011. He was projected to start at first base ahead of Anthony Rizzo, who was eventually traded. Alonso came into 2012 still classified as a rookie with only 117 career at-bats.

2012

Alonso played 155 games for the Padres in 2012, including 144 starts at first base, and posted a batting line of .273/.348/.393 with 9 home runs. He set a Padres franchise record with 39 doubles as a rookie, breaking the old rookie mark of 33 by Benito Santiago in 1987. Alonso also had 10 multi-double games, the most in the major leagues since 2006. Alonso committed 12 errors at first base, tying for the league lead. He finished 6th in the NL Rookie of the Year voting.

2013

Alonso was the starting first baseman to begin 2013. On April 10, Alonso started at first base against the Dodgers. In the 9th inning, with second baseman Alexi Amarista having been pinch-hit for the previous inning, Alonso moved to second base for the first time in his professional career. With left-handed hitter Andre Ethier up after Adrián González hit a ground ball to second that Alonso couldn't come up with, Alonso and third baseman Jedd Gyorko switched positions. After Ethier was hit and two right-handed hitters were due, Alonso and Gyorko switched again, and the Padres got out of the inning after A.J. Ellis grounded out to third. On June 6, Alonso was placed on the 15-day disabled list after he got hit on the hand by a pitch from Aaron Loup on May 31. Kyle Blanks and Jesús Guzmán then entered a platoon while Alonso was out. At the time, he was hitting .284 with 6 HR and 29 RBI. He was activated on July 12, 2013. On August 30, Alonso suffered a separate injury to his right hand, which caused him to miss most of September. Blanks and Guzmán filled in initially, but when Tommy Medica was called up, he started the rest of the season at first. Alonso returned to action on September 28, and appeared in 2 games as a pinch-runner. In 97 games in 2013, he hit .281/.341/.368 with six home runs and 45 RBIs.

2014

On June 19, 2014, Alonso was placed on the 15-day DL with right hand tendinitis. On July 26, after missing 30 games, Alonso was activated off the disabled list. After playing almost a month, Alonso was ruled out for the season on August 17 because of a forearm strain. In 84 games in 2014, Alonso hit .240/.285/.397 with 7 home runs and 27 RBIs.

2015

In 2015, Alonso would spend time on the 15-day DL but would be activated on June 2. In 2015, Alonso hit .282 with five home runs and 31 RBIs in 103 games; he had two separate stints on the disabled list because of a shoulder injury and strained lower back.

On December 2, 2015, the Padres traded Alonso and Marc Rzepczynski to the Oakland Athletics for Drew Pomeranz, José Torres, and a player to be named later or cash considerations (later specified as Jabari Blash). On January 13, 2016, the A's and Alonso announced that they had agreed to a one-year contract worth $2.65 million to avoid arbitration. In 2016, Alonso batted .253/.316/.367 with 7 home runs and 56 RBIs. Alonso avoided salary arbitration with the Athletics for a second consecutive season, by agreeing to a $4 million contract for the 2017 season on December 3, 2016.

2017

On August 6, 2017, the Athletics traded Alonso to the Seattle Mariners for Boog Powell.

On December 20, 2017, Alonso signed a two-year contract with the Cleveland Indians worth $16 million. The deal became official on December 23. In his first season in Cleveland, Alonso continued his power surge from the previous season, hitting 23 home runs with a career high 83 RBIs in 145 games. He had the lowest fielding percentage among major league first basemen, at .990.

2018

Yonder was inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame at its 50th annual induction in April 2018.

On December 15, 2018, Alonso was traded to the Chicago White Sox in exchange for minor league outfielder Alex Call.

2019

On July 11, 2019, Alonso signed a minor league deal with the Colorado Rockies. On July 23, the Rockies selected Alonso's contract. Alonso was mainly used as a pinch hitter for the Rockies, hitting .260 with 3 home runs and 10 RBI in 73 at bats.

2020

On February 14, 2020, Alonso signed a minor league deal with the Atlanta Braves. He was later outrighted off of the roster before the season began.

On August 11, 2020, Alonso was traded to the San Diego Padres in exchange for cash considerations. He became a free agent on November 2, 2020.

Family Life

Yonder was born in Havana, Cuba.

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Currently, Yonder Alonso is 34 years, 0 months and 9 days old. Yonder Alonso will celebrate 35th birthday on a Friday 8th of April 2022. Below we countdown to Yonder Alonso upcoming birthday.

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