Mike Zunino Biography
Michael Accorsi Zunino, a catcher for the Tampa Bay Rays of Major League Baseball, was born on March 25, 1991. (MLB). He was a member of the Seattle Mariners’ baseball team in the past.
Zunino began his professional career after winning the Dick Howser Trophy, Golden Spikes Award, and Johnny Bench Award as a junior at the University of Florida. In the 2012 MLB draft, the Mariners took Zunino with the third overall choice. In 2013, he made his Major League Baseball debut.
Mike Zunino, the son of Greg and Paola Zunino, grew up in Cape Coral, Florida. His ancestors are Italian. His parents met in Italy, where Greg was a catcher for the Italian national softball team and Paola was a professional baseball player with Fortitudo Baseball Bologna. In the 1981 MLB June Amateur Draft, Greg Zunino was picked in the 31st round.
Gary Zunino, Mike’s uncle, was a catcher in the St. Louis Cardinals’ organization. Zunino went to Mariner High School in Cape Coral, Florida, where he played baseball and graduated in 2009. In 2008, he was a member of the AFLAC All-American High School Baseball Game, which was held at Dodger Stadium.
Mike Zunino Net Worth
His net worth is reported to be in excess of $4 million.
Mike Zuino Contract
Mike Zunino agreed to a one-year, $3 million contract with the Tampa Bay Rays, with $3 million guaranteed and a $3 million average annual pay. Zunino will make $7,000,000 in base salary and $7,000,000 in total income in 2022.
Mike Zuino Trade
In exchange for Mallex Smith and Jake Fraley, the Seattle Mariners sent Mike Zunino, Guillermo Heredia, and Michael Plassmeyer to the Tampa Bay Rays.
Mike Zuino Jersey
Mike normally wears the number 10
Mike Zuino Fangraphs
|2021 Games Played:||C:||105|
|Total||– – –||MLB||2835||141||.297||90||18.5|
Mike Zuinno Age
Mike is 30 years old.