Devin Mesoraco’s Net Worth in 2023
Devin Mesoraco is a former Major League Baseball player better known as “Mes” or “Rocko.” His outstanding performances were found in many of his teams’ victories on the field. Notably, he was part of the All-Star team in 2014. But what will Devin Mesoraco’s total worth be now? As of 2023, Devin Mesoraco’s net worth is $15 million. His average annual salary was $4.5 million. Dedicating his life to the field of baseball, he became able to be such a rich man with a flourishing career.
Devin Mesoraco- Complete Bio/Wiki
|Full Name:||Devin Douglas Mesoraco|
|Father Name:||Doug Mesoraco|
|Mother Name:||Laura Mesoraco|
|Birth Date:||June 19, 1988|
|Birth Place:||Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, USA|
|College Education:||University of Pittsburgh|
|Height:||6 feet 1 inch|
|Current Age:||33 years|
|Jersey Number:||29, 39.|
Devin Mesoraco was born on June 19, 1988, in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. The full name of this man is Devin Douglas Mesoraco. He is the son of his father, Doug Mesoraco, and his mother, Laura Mesoraco.
In his early career, he played at Punxsutawney Area High School in Pennsylvania. Here he played as a catcher for Chuck’s baseball team. He set records in every category, including walks, runs, hits, doubles, home runs, and stolen bases.
In his school career, he inserted his name as the 2007 Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year. This year, he assisted his team in winning the PIAA Class AAA State Championship.
Devin Mesoraco’s Contract History With Drafted MLB Teams
Devin Mesoraco started to turn over the chapter of his professional phase of life in 2011, and the chapter was closed in 2018. He played for the Cincinnati Reds and the New York Mets during his professional life.
Minor League Contract
In the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft, the Cincinnati Reds took him with the 15th overall pick. His fans called him “The Groundhog.” This year, he appeared in 40 games and had a 0.219 batting average in 137 at-bats. In 306 at-bats for the single-A Dayton Dragons in 2008, he hit 0.261 with nine home runs and 42 runs batted in. Next year he played for the Sarasota Reds and hit 0.228 with eight home runs and 37 runs batted in over 312 at-bats. In the next season, he was with the Lynchburg Hillcats and batted 0.355 in 43 games before being promoted. He batted 0.294 in 56 games for the Mudcats. He ended the season with 25 doubles, 26 home runs, and 75 batted in. Devin became one of the top prospects in the minor leagues.
Career in MLB
The MLB debut of this professional was against the Cincinnati Reds on September 3, 2011. He stayed with this team until 2018. He spent part of this season with the New York Mets.
The MLB career statistics of this man are .232; home runs 58, runs batted in 192, WAR 4.7, AB 1402, H 325, HR 58, BA.232, R 152, RBI 192, SB 4, OBP.309, SLG.406, OPS.715, and OPS+ 95
The last season of his career was in 2018. The New York Mets kept Mesoraco on their restricted list for the next season. He played for this team for the last time on September 29, 2018. From 2018 to 2019, he did not sign any contracts with any MLB teams.
Later, Mesoraco officially ended his playing career on July 10, 2020, when he joined the University of Pittsburgh coaching staff as a volunteer assistant.
Devin Mesoraco’s Wife
The marital life of this reputed professional was with his longtime fiancée, Kira. He tied the knot with her on November 15, 2014, at St. Cosmas and Damian’s church in Punxsutawney. Their lives were expanded with a son in August 2017. The family resides in Luke’s Mesoraco.
Devin Mesoraco Salary Chart
|Total Salary Earned From MLB Career:||$31.4 Million|
|Average Annual Salary:||$3.9 million|
|Highest Paid Season 2018:||$13 million|
|Debut Season Salary (2007):||$1.4 million|
|Total Salary Earned From Cincinnati Reds:||$31.4 million|
Body Structure: Height, Age, and Weight
Devin Mesoraco’s height is 6 feet 1 inch, and his weight is 103 kg.
This renowned professional spread the light of his magic in the field of baseball, playing in the catcher position. The teams of contractors regarded him as the perfect man for this position. Besides favoring his teams, he also made his career weighty in this position. Until taking retirement, he was in this position.
The batting and throwing style of this man is right. Until the final game of his career, baseball fans saw him wearing jersey numbers 39 and 29. Every baseball fan recognizes him by these numbers. The age of this reputed professional is 33 years old now.
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