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LaMonte Wade Jr. (born January 1, 1994) is a San Francisco Giants first baseman and outfielder (MLB). He was a baseball player for the University of Maryland, College Park.

Wade was selected ninth overall by the Minnesota Twins in the 2015 MLB draft. He debuted in Major League Baseball in 2019 with the Minnesota Twins, where he had previously played.

On February 4, 2021, the Twins traded Wade to the San Francisco Giants for pitcher Shaun Anderson.

Wade gained the nicknames “Late Night LaMonte” and “Late Inning LaMonte” among teammates and fans for his late-game heroics throughout the regular season.

Wade hit.253/.326/.482 in 336 at-bats in 2021, with 18 home runs, 56 RBIs, and six steals in seven tries.

With two outs and runners in scoring position, he batted.362/.444/.511,.407/.484/.889, and.565/.583/.826 in late and close games.

During his career, he played in 52 games in right field, 42 games in left field, 31 games at first base, and two games in center field.

In 2021, he won the Willie Mac Award as the team’s most inspirational player.

LaMonte Wade Jr Parents

The parents of LaMonte Wade Jr are not all that popular. Not much is known about them. We only know them by their names. The Mother of LaMonte Wade Jr is Emily and his father is LaMonte Sr.

Meet Emily and LaMonte Sr

The internet does not have much to say about Emily and LaMonte Sr, the parents of LaMonte Jr. LaMonte Jr. has a brother called Jamal, who also played baseball for the Terrapins. The family comes from  Owings Mills, Maryland.



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