Yandy Díaz Biography
Yandy Diaz is a Cuban professional baseball third baseman and outfielder who was born to Jorge, a former professional baseball in the United States.
Yandy Diaz plies his trade with the Tampa Bay Rays of the Major League Baseball alias MLB. Diaz began playing baseball in his country Cuba where he played for the Naranjas de Villa Clara in the 2012-13 Cuban National Series.
Prior to joining the Tampa Bay Rays playing squad, he batted for the Cleveland Indians from 2017 to 2018.
The Cleveland Brown and Tampa Bay Rays agreed to a three-team trade in which the Rays acquired Yandy Diaz alongside Cole Sulser for Jake Bauers, and the Seattle Mariners acquired Edwin Encarnación from the Indians for Carlos Santana.
Díaz missed a period because of injury during the season, just accumulating 307 at-bats. He hit 14 homers and 38 RBI. Díaz hit two homers in the 2019 American League Wild Card Game as the Rays crushed the Oakland Athletics.
Yandy Diaz Net Worth
Yandy Diaz has an estimated net worth of $2,017,840.
Yandy Diaz Contract
Yandy Diaz, with the help of the Cleveland Indians, signed a 1-year arbitration contract with Tampa Bay Rays.
Yandy Diaz Trade
The Tampa Bay Rays completed a three-team trade with the Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners, acquiring infielder Yandy Díaz and minor league right-handed pitcher Cole Sulser from Cleveland in exchange for first baseman Jake Bauers (to Cleveland) and cash considerations (to Seattle).
Yandy Diaz Salary
Yandy Diaz takes home an annual average salary of $2,500,000 as a professional baseball third baseman and outfielder for the Tampa Bay Rays.
Yandy Diaz Splits
Yandy Díaz Arms
Yandy Diaz has the largest arms in baseball.
Yandy Díaz Instagram
Yandy Diaz has an active verified Instagram account with a little over 700 followers.