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Born Aramis Nin Ramirez on the 25th June 1978, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic he is a retired professional baseball third baseman who spent 18 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB), playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates (1998-2003, 2015), Chicago Cubs (2003-2011) and Milwaukee Brewers until 2015 when he retired. During his career, Aramis played in three All-Star games, 2005, 2008, and 2014, while in 2011 he was the recipient of the Silver Slugger Award.

Have you ever wondered how rich Aramis Ramirez is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Ramirez’ net worth is as high as $55 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a baseball player, which was active from 1998 until 2015.

Aramis Ramirez Net Worth $55 Million

Before being signed to the MLB team, Aramis played in his native country for the Aida Cartagena Portalatin. In 1994 he signed his first contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates but didn’t make his debut appearance until 1998, still at that time the youngest player to debut in the MLB. In the first season he played in 72 games, but had problems adjusting to new environment, and struggled in the first couple of seasons. However, he overcame those problems in 2001 when he had 112 RBI and 34 home runs. He stayed in Pittsburgh until 2003 when he was traded to the Chicago Cubs.

He played well in his first season with the Cubs, but still had some problems as he had 33 errors, the most in the majors that year. He played for the Cubs for the next eight years, signing a contract worth $73 million in 2006 over five years, which certainly increased his wealth to a large degree. During his stint in Chicago, Aramis eventually played his best baseball, making it to three All-Star games, 2005, 2008, and 2014, and in 2011 he was the best offensive third baseman in the MLB, which won him Silver Slugger award for the year. Also, in 2008 he was the recipient of NL Hank Aaron Award for being the top hitter in the league.

After his contract with the Chicago Cubs had expired, Aramis signed a contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, worth $36 million over three years, further increasing his wealth. In the first season for his new team, Aramis posted 10 RBIs, 27 home runs and had a .300 batting average, however, after that, his performance began to decline due to nagging injuries that plagued him in the upcoming years.

Before the 2015 season ended, Aramis was sent back to the Pittsburgh Pirates for a minor league pitcher Yhonathan Barrios. He played in 56 games for the Pirates in 2015 and had decent numbers, but still decided to retire at the end of the season. He finished his career with a .283 batting average, 386 home runs, and 1,417 runs batted in.

Regarding his personal life, Aramis has been married to Yudith Ramirez since 2013.

He was married before and has a son and a daughter from that relationship.

Full Name Aramis Ramírez
Net Worth $55 Million
Salary 3 million USD
Date Of Birth June 25, 1978
Place Of Birth Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Height 1.85 m
Weight 95 kg
Profession Baseball player
Nationality American
Spouse Yudith Ramirez
Children Cristal Marie Ramírez, Aramis Ramírez Jr.
Awards Hank Aaron Award
1 Announces retirement. Ramirez batted .283 with 386 homers, 495 doubles, and an .833 OPS in 2,194 games for the Pittsburgh Pirates (1998-2003; 2015), Chicago Cubs (2003-2011), and Milwaukee Brewers (2012-2015). [November 5, 2015].
2 3rd baseman signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates as an amateur free agent in 1994 out of Aida Cartagena Portalatin (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic). Made MLB debut on May 26, 1998.


Title Year Status Character
2014 MLB All-Star Game 2014 TV Special Himself – National League Third Baseman
Sunday Night Baseball 2002-2013 TV Series Himself – Chicago Cubs Third Baseman / Himself – Milwaukee Brewers Third Baseman / Himself – Chicago Cubs Pinch Hitter / …
2008 MLB All-Star Game 2008 TV Special Himself – NL Third Baseman, Chicago Cubs
2005 MLB All-Star Game 2005 TV Special Himself – NL Starting Third Baseman: Chicago Cubs
2003 National League Championship Series 2003 TV Series Himself – Chicago Cubs Third Baseman