Adalberto Mondesi Biography: Net Worth, Contract, Salary, Height, Trade, Age
Adalberto Mondesí is a Dominican professional baseball player who plays the position of shortstop for the Kansas City Royals baseball team of the Major League Baseball(MLB). Adalberto signed with the Kansas City Royals in 2011 and has been with them to date. He received a signing bonus of $2 million for signing with them.
In 2012, he made his professional debut with the Idaho Falls Chukars of the Rookie-level Pioneer League. During the 2013 baseball season, Adalberto played with the Lexington Legends of the Class A South Atlantic League. He was ranked by Baseball America as the team’s third-best prospect before the 2014 baseball season.
He was added to Royal’s active roster for the 2015 World Series game. He made his MLB debut that day making him the first player since Bug Holliday in 1885 to make his major league debut during a championship series.
Unfortunately in 2021, he got a strain in his right oblique muscle so he was placed on the injured list. This caused him to play in only seven games in May. He got injured again by straining his left hamstring so he was placed on the injured list again. He returned to the games in September that year.
Adalberto Mondesi Biography: Net Worth
Adalberto’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
He is on a one-year contract deal worth $576,000 with the Royals.
Adalberto earns an average annual salary of $576,000 with a 0% signing bonus.
He has a standing height of 1.85m.
Adalberto was not traded. The Royals signed him to their team in 2011.
Adalberto was born on July 27, 1995. He is 26 years now.