|Full Name/Real Name:||David Wade Ross|
|Birth Date:||19 March 1977|
|Birth Place:||Bainbridge, Georgia, United States|
|Children:||Landri Ross, Cole Ross|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$13 million|
David Ross is a professional American baseball catcher in MLB. Ross appeared in the college baseball from the University of Florida and Auburn University. He played two times College World Series and pursued his major league while appearing in Los Angeles Dodgers for different teams includes San Diego Padres, Pittsburgh Pirates, Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves. Ross has won the World Series two times in his career in 2013 with Boston Red Sox and 2016 with Chicago Cubs.
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As of 2020, David Ross has a net worth of $13 million.
Early Life & Biography
David Ross was born on March 19, 1977, in Bainbridge, Georgia and raised in Florida. He belongs to the athletic family where his father David Ross played in Men’s softball league and his mother Jackie as a basketball player. His education completed from Florida State University and Florida High school in Tallahassee.
David Ross’s Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurements
David Ross was born on 19 March 1977 and currently as of 2020, he is 43 years old. Statistics put David Ross height as 1.88 m. and weight 104 kg.
David Ross Personal Life: Affair, Dating, Girlfriend, Wife, Family & Children
Relationship Statistics of David Ross
|What is David Ross marital status? (single, married, in relation or divorced):||Married|
|Is David Ross having any relationship affair?||N/A|
|Is David Ross Lesbian/Gay?||No|
|Who is David Ross’s Spouse? (name):||Hyla Ross|
|Does David Ross Have Any Kids?||Landri Ross, Cole Ross|
David married to Hyla Ross who is his high school friend. Hyla served as a pediatric nurse in ICU and has great involvement in charities. They have three children and later moved to Tallahassee in 2016.
Career, Awards & Nominations
Ross began his career after drafted in the 19th round of 1995 amateur draft by Los Angeles Dodgers and refused to take a scholarship to join Auburn University. He was noticed again with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 7th round of the amateur draft. In 2002, he made his MLB debut and played as a pinch hitter. His first home run made in the 9th inning with the won on major league. He also made most of the catches in Dodger system. In his first 27 careers, he made six home runs during the 2002 season which includes the 3rd most in the history of Dodgers.
In 2005, he was sold to Pittsburgh Pirates and played 40 games with them. He again sold to San Diego Padres to play as an infielder and played only 11 games with them. Padres made the trade of Ross to Cincinnati Reds during the spring training in 2006. The next deal was made for $ 4.54 million with Reds and starred with them for a longer period.
The Reds used him as their catcher for Bronson Arroyo. His performance has made him the best catcher at that time. In 2006 season, he made four hits in 39 bats which include 17 strikeouts without any home run. At the end of the season, his batting average was .203 which includes 17 home runs. Later, he appeared for the small leagues with Boston Red Sox and appeared in MLB club and became a free agent there.
David Ross Net Worth & Earnings in 2020
As of 2020, David Ross has an estimated net worth of around $13 million. He earned his entire income as a baseball player and played several innings. His appearance noticed with different teams which considered him as the number one catcher. Moreover, he sold out many times for million dollars with different groups.
Ross came up as a baseball player and began from the University of Florida. With the interest and major success, he pursued it as his professional career and made appearances with different teams including San Diego Padres, Pittsburgh Pirates, Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves. He is also known as the World Series winner two times.