Jean Carlos Enrique Segura, also known as El Mambo, is a professional baseball shortstop who plays for the Philadelphia Phillies of the Major League Baseball league.
Before joining the Angels, he played for the Milwaukee Brewers, Arizona Diamondbacks and Seattle Mariners before moving on to the National League West.
Segura was named to the All-Star team in 2013 and 2018, and he was the National League’s leading hit producer in 2016. Earlier this year, he was selected to represent the Dominican Republic at the World Baseball Classic.
Segura joined the Anaheim Angels as an international free agent in 2007. Topping the league with 22 stolen bases and 7 sacrifice hits, Segura has selected a DSL post-season All-Star.
On July 24, 2012, he debuted as a shortstop against the Yankees. In 404 at-bats, he batted.304/.358/.413 with 37 stolen bases.
On July 27, 2012, the Milwaukee Brewers traded Segura to the Los Angeles Angels for Zack Greinke. It was his best season in Milwaukee, with seven stolen bases and 14 RBIs in 148 at-bats.
Segura was dealt to the Arizona Diamondbacks by the Milwaukee Brewers on January 30th, 2016, along with Aaron Hill, Chase Anderson, and Isan Diaz for cash considerations.
Taijuan Walker and Ketel Marte, he was dealt with in Seattle in November 2016. In exchange for Carlos Santana and J. P. Crawford, the Mariners sent him to the Philadelphia Phillies on December 3rd, 2018.
How Much Does Jean Segura Make?
Jean Segura earns $14,000,000 a year on average. Segura will be paid $14,250,000 in basic pay and $14,850,000 in total in 2022.