Andrew Benintendi Net Worth 2022 (Baseball), Biography, Family & More

Andrew Benintendi
Andrew Benintendi

Andrew Benintendi net worth is $3 million. He is a very famous American Baseball Player who used to play for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB).

Andrew Benintendi Biography

Andrew Benintendi was brought into this world on July 6, 1994 in Cincinnati, Ohio, US. He has more than 241k followers on Instagram – andrewbenintendi16.

He recently played for the Boston Red Sox from 2016 through 2020 and the Kansas City Royals from 2021 until 2022. Benintendi played school baseball for the Arkansas Razorbacks of the University of Arkansas.

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The Red Sox chose Benintendi in the primary round of the 2015 MLB draft, and he made his MLB debut with the Red Sox in 2016.

Personal Details

Real NameAndrew Sebastian Benintendi
Age28 years
Date of BirthJuly 6, 1994
BirthplaceCincinnati, Ohio, US
ProfessionBaseball Player
Zodiac SignCancer


FatherChris Benintendi
MotherJill Benintendi
SiblingsLilly Benintendi 
GirlfriendsBecca Schamel


SchoolMadeira High School
UniversityUniversity of Arkansas
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

Height5’10 Feet
178 cm
1.78 m
Weight77 Kgs
170 Pounds
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBrown

Personal Life

Benintendi’s fatherly grandparents moved to the United States from Italy. He grew up a Cincinnati Reds fan.

Benintendi lives in St. Louis, Missouri, during the offseason, and during the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals, he voiced his help for the St. Louis Blues instead of the Boston Bruins.


Andrew Benintendi went to Madeira High School, in Madeira, Ohio. Playing for the school’s ball club, he batted .564 with 12 homers, 57 runs batted in (RBIs), and 38 taken bases for the Mustangs ball club in his senior year. Andrew Benintendi was the ABCA/Rawlings National High School Player of the Year and Ohio Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year.

He completed his secondary school vocation with an Ohio-record 199 profession runs scored. He likewise played secondary school ball, procuring 2011-12 Cincinnati Enquirer Division III Co-Player of the Year respects and establishing school standards in profession focuses (1,753) and season focuses (638), profession three-pointers (180), and focuses per game in a season (25.5).

The Cincinnati Reds chose Andrew Benintendi in the 31st round of the 2013 Major League Baseball (MLB) draft, yet he didn’t sign with the Reds. He selected at the University of Arkansas to play school baseball for the Arkansas Razorbacks ball club. As a genuine first year recruit, he played in 61 games, with 60 beginnings and hit .276/.368/.333 with one grand slam and 27 RBIs.

In 2015, his lesser year, Andrew Benintendi drove the Southeastern Conference (SEC) in batting normal (.380), homers, on-base rate (.489), slugging rate (.715), and strolls. He was named the SEC Player of the Year. He additionally won the Baseball America College Player of the Year Award, the Dick Howser Trophy, and the Golden Spikes Award.

Professional Career

The Boston Red Sox picked Andrew Benintendi with the seventh generally speaking choice in the 2015 MLB draft. He endorsed with the Red Sox, getting a $3.6 million marking bonus. Andrew Benintendi made his expert presentation with the Lowell Spinners of the Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League. Andrew completed the 2015 season playing 19 games for the Class A Greenville Drive going 26/74 (.351) and posting an OPS of 1.011. He started the 2016 season with the Salem Red Sox of the Class A-Advanced Carolina League, and got an advancement to the Portland Sea Dogs of the Class AA Eastern League on May 15.

The Red Sox elevated Benintendi to the significant associations on August 2, 2016, directly from Double-A, just a short time subsequent to being chosen in the draft. He made his significant association debut on August 2, against the Seattle Mariners as a special hitter, and recorded his most memorable significant association hit off of Hisashi Iwakuma on August 3. Andrew Benintendi recorded the two his most memorable significant association triple and grand slam against the Detroit Tigers on August 21 in a 10-5 loss.

On October 6, in Game 1 of the 2016 ALDS against the Cleveland Indians, Andrew Benintendi hit a homer in his first postseason at bat, off of Indians’ pitcher Trevor Bauer. With the accomplishment, Benintendi turned into the most youthful Red Sox player to hit a grand slam in a postseason game. However, the Indians dominated the match by a score of 5-4 and cleared the series in three games. Andrew Benintendi finished the 2016 season with a .295 batting normal, 31 hits, 14 RBIs, two grand slams, and one taken base in 34 games played.

Benintendi began the 2017 season as a feature of the Red Sox’ Opening Day program, batting second as Boston crushed the Pittsburgh Pirates by a score of 5-3. On July 4, against the Texas Rangers, Benintendi went 5-for-5 with 6 RBIs, two homers, and a twofold in the 11-4 victory.

He completed second in the American League Rookie of the Year casting a ballot, regardless of getting no in front of the pack votes because of Aaron Judge winning unanimously. Overall, during the 2017 Red Sox standard season, Benintendi batted .271 with 20 homers, 90 RBIs and 20 taken bases in 151 games played. In the ALDS against the possible World Series support, the Houston Astros, he batted .250 (4-for-16) with a homer and two RBIs in four games.

Through the primary portion of the time, he was the group’s ordinary left defender, generally batting second, behind Mookie Betts. On July 8, Benintendi was named as an up-and-comer in the American League’s All-Star Final Vote, for a spot in the 2018 MLB All-Star Game. At that point in the season, Benintendi had a slice line of .293/.379/.515 with 14 grand slams and 55 RBIs. In the Final Vote, fans chosen Jean Segura of the Seattle Mariners.

For the season Benintendi showed up in 148 games hitting .290 with 41 pairs, 103 runs scored, 16 grand slams and 87 RBIs and taking 21 bases. In the 2018 MLB end of the season games, Benintendi recorded the last outs to seal triumphs for the Red Sox in Games 4 and 5 of the 2018 American League Championship Series, the first of the two a plunging work to forestall a bases-stacked hit in a two-run game. The Red Sox prevailed upon the World Series the Los Angeles Dodgers, giving Benintendi his most memorable title title. In the World Series, Benintendi had 4 hits in Game 1 and hit .333 in the Fall Classic.

Benintendi started the 2019 season as Boston’s ordinary left defender. Director Alex Cora at first made him the group’s leadoff hitter, until the beginning of June when Cora moved Benintendi to second in the request, with Mookie Betts batting first, similar to the group’s standard request in 2018.

On June 11, he was catapulted, without precedent for his MLB vocation, for a remark he made about the home plate umpire (Ángel Hernández) that was heard by the a respectable starting point umpire (Vic Carapazza). For the season, Benintendi showed up in 138 games, batting .266 with 40 copies, 13 homers and 68 RBIs.

On February 8, 2020, the Red Sox declared marking Benintendi to a two-year, $10 million deal. On July 29, he recorded the 500th hit of his significant association profession, a standard procedure twofold off of New York Mets pitcher Jeurys Familia. Benintendi was put on the 10-day harmed list on August 12, with a right rib confine strain. Benintendi’s 2020 mission reached a conclusion on September 8, in the wake of being moved to the 45-day injury list. With the 2020 Red Sox, Benintendi was 4-for-39 at the plate (.103) with one RBI.