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Biography of Harrison Bader [Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Family, Salary, Award & Net worth ]

Harrison Bader is a good-looking professional baseball center fielder from the USA. He currently plays for the St. Louis Cardinals of the Major League Baseball (MLB).

The talented player made his MLB debut only a few years back in 2017 and made an impression in all MLB.

Prior to playing in the Major League, Harrison played for numerous Minor League teams and gradually improved his performance.

Biography of Harrison Bader [Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Family, Salary, Award & Net worth ]

Harrison Bader

Moreover, Bader’s performance on the field and his fashion are always “on fleek.”Not to mention, he is also a one-time nominee for the Golden Globe award.

So before we move ahead to browse through the life of Harrison Bader, let’s go over the below table for an easy understanding.

Quick Facts:

Full Name
Known As Harrison Bader
Birth Place Bronxville, New York, USA
Birth Date June 3, 1994
Religion Unknown
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Education Horace Mann School, University of Florida
Horoscope Gemini
Father’s Name Louis Bader
Mother’s Name  Janice Bader
Siblings Unknown
Age 28 Years Old
Height 5 feet 9 inches (183 cm)
Weight 88 kg
Build Athletic
Eye Color Crystal Green
Hair Color Caramel Blonde
Profession Professional baseball player
Position Centerfield
Jersey number #48 (St. Louis Cardinals)#47 (Memphis Redbirds)
Team St. Louis Cardinals
Active Since 2015 – present
Relationship Status Reportedly single
Salary $590,100 average per year
Net Worth  Estimated $1 – $5 million
Social Media  InstagramTwitter
Merch  Jersey, Rookie card, Autographed Items
Last Update August, 2022

Harrison Bader | Early Life, Family, and Education

 shortly Harrison Bader was born on June 3, 1994, to parents Louis Bader and Janice Bader,

Along with his parents, Bader also has a younger sister named Sasha Bader. Harrison’s father, Louis, pushed Harrison for batting practices at the age of five.

Since then, Bader had dreamt of playing in the Major Leagues. His family is very supportive of his career and is always concerned about his games.

Furthermore, Harrison Bader played for his high school baseball team at the Horace Mann School in Riverdale, Bronxville.

Even his sister, Sasha, graduated high school from Horace. Additionally, Bader played college football for three colleges.

First, he attended the University of Pittsburgh, which he left after not signing a commitment document.

Secondly, he joined the University of Maryland, which he left because they did not offer a scholarship. And finally, he enrolled at the University of Florida on a partial scholarship and played for Florida Gators.

 

How old is Harrison Bader? Height, Weight, and Physical Features

Harrison Bader was born in 1994, which means that his age is 28 years old currently.

Furthermore, Bader stands tall at the height of 5 feet 9 inches and weighs 88 kg. He has a well-built, athletic physique.

Additionally, he does several workouts and exercises to keep his body active and fit for the game.

Now, talking about his abilities, Bader has incredible defense and speed strengths. He displays exceptional defensive abilities in the field.

Apart from this, Harrison is blessed with a pair of crystal green eyes to complement his already attractive facial features.

Also, he has natural caramel blonde curly hair, something most of his female fans would love to have.

Harrison Bader | Amateur Career

Bader started his baseball career in high school. In fact, he played for the school’s baseball team, and at the same time, played for the New York Grays.

During his time at the University of Pittsburgh in October 2011, he played for the Pittsburgh Panthers baseball team to compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

However, he did not sign the National Letter of Intent and quit with Pittsburgh in May 2012. After he departed from the Panthers, he later joined the University of Maryland and played for the Terrapins.

Maryland did not offer any scholarship options to Bader, and as a result, he walked out in July. Later, he signed up with the University of Florida to agree on a partial scholarship and played for the Gators.

As a freshman, Harrison Bader helped the Gators lead with a .312 batting average and then, as a sophomore, with a .337.

During his sophomore year in 2014, Bader met with a scooter accident while drunk driving, which led him to suspension for 19 games. 

In 2015, he played 67 games and batted .297, recording 17 home runs and 66 RBIs as a junior. After he batted .348 in only five games, he was appointed to the All-Tournament Team in the 2015 College World Series.

Harrison Bader | Professional career

2015

The St. Louis Cardinals selected Harrison Bader in the third round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft. Later, he signed a contract with the Cardinals and received a signing bonus worth $400,000.

Furthermore, Harrison made his professional debut appearance with the Cardinal’s minor league Class – A Short Season affiliate team, the State College Spikes.

During his debut game with the Spikes, he recorded two home runs. The Cardinals later promoted Bader to a Class-A Midwest League (MWL) team, the Peoria Chiefs, in July.

He recorded .448 hits in seven games, two home runs, six RBIs, one double, and two triples, which led him to receive the MWL Player of the Week for August.

Harrison recorded 11 home runs, 32 RBIs, 13 doubles, and 17 stolen bases in a total of 61 games that he played for State College and Peoria.

2016

In the 2016 season, Bader played for the Class AA Minor League Baseball (MiLB) team, Springfield Cardinals of the Texas League.

Further, in the Texas League mid-season All-Star Game, Harrison Bader was named an outfielder where he scored four hits with a double and a run.

Biography of Harrison Bader [Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Family, Salary, Award & Net worth ]

2016’s Top prospect from St. Louis, Harrison Bader.

Furthermore, on July 6, 2016, he was promoted to the Triple-A affiliate of the Cardinals, the Memphis Redbirds.

Even more so, Baseball America rated Harrison Bader in the top 100, ranking at 89th, in their updated 2016 mid-season ranking.

Bader finished the 2016 season with a combined .267 hits in 131 games with the Memphis and Springfield, recording 19 home runs and 58 RBIs.

Because of his praiseworthy games, the MLB Pipeline gave him the Cardinals 2016 Minor League Player of the Year title.

After the season-end, the Cardinals promoted Harrison to the Glendale Desert Dogs of the Arizona Fall League (AFL), an off-season league owned and operated by the Major Baseball League.

 

2017

The next season, Bader re-joined the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds. And as luck would have it, the Cardinals promoted Bader to the major leagues on July 25, 2017, to replace injured Dexter Fowler, who had suffered an injury.

In addition, Bader played 97 total games for Memphis before his promotion and recorded .297 hits with 19 home runs and 48 RBIs in 97 games.

The night of his promotion to the major leagues, Harrison Bader played as a center fielder while recording his major league debut hit and a double. Not to mention, he even scored the winning run on a walk-off sacrifice fly.

Likewise, he hit a 395-foot shot to left field on September 1, 2017, against Johnny Cueto, helping the Cardinals lead the game to a victory over the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park.

This hit was his major league debut home run. Ultimately, after the season-ending game, the Cardinals awarded Bader their 2017 Minor League Player of the Year.

2018

After an exceptionally successful year, it was another glorious moment for Bader in 2018 when MLB.com ranked Bader as St Louis’ fifth-best prospect going into the 2018 season.

Moreover, on April 3, the Cardinals promoted Harrison to the major leagues to replace an injured infielder.

Besides, he became St. Louis’s fourth outfielder after his call-up. Likewise, after outfielder Tommy Pham was traded, Bader became the starting center fielder for St. Louis.

Biography of Harrison Bader [Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Family, Salary, Award & Net worth ]

Harrison Bader scoring a hit.

To sum up, in the 2018 season, Bader was ranked fourth among the Major League Baseball outfielders with a record of 19 Defensive Runs Saved.

 

2019-2020

Following his success in the 2018 season, Bader started the 2019 season as a starting center fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals.

However, he had difficulties at the plate and was subsequently moved into a bench role. Eventually, on July 30, he was sent back to Memphis.

Nonetheless, on August 20, he was called back by the St. Louis Cardinals. Furthermore, Bader recorded a triple hit and two runs with a walk-off win over the Milwaukee Brewers in his first game after being recalled.

Biography of Harrison Bader [Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Family, Salary, Award & Net worth ]

St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Harrison Bader (48) slides into home.

Besides, Harrison played 128 games with the St. Louis Cardinals by the season end, recording 12 home runs, 39 RBIs, and 11 stolen bases.

Also, Bader was nominated for a Gold Globe award for the first time in his baseball career. Shortly afterward, Harrison Bader began the 2020 short-season as a starting outfielder.

He played fifty games in total and scored 24 hits with four home runs and 11 RBIs with a .226 batting average.

You can find Harrison Bader’s stats, rankings, positional eligibility, and projections on the RotoChamp website.

Harrison Bader | Career stats

Year
Team
GP
AB
R
H
RBI
BB
SO
HR
Avg
2021
St. Louis Cardinals
22
73
8
16
9
9
13
4
.219
2020
St. Louis Cardinals
50
106
21
24
11
13
40
4
.226
2019
St. Louis Cardinals
128
347
54
71
39
46
117
12
.205
2018
St. Louis Cardinals
138
379
61
100
37
31
125
12
.264
2017
St. Louis Cardinals
32
85
10
20
10
5
24
3
.235
Career
370
990
154
231
106
104
319
35
.233

Harrison Bader | Income and Net Worth

Harrison Bader is the highest-paid center fielder in his team and the 19th high-paid player overall. Besides, his average annual salary amounts to $590.100 in 2022.

SIMILARLY, BADER HAD AN AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY OF $578,300 IN 2019.

Even more, his net worth stands between the estimated sum of $1 million to $5 million.

It has only been five years since he started his professional career, so his salary and net worth will likely keep on increasing.

However, details of his assets, including his houses, vehicles are not available yet. But, he must be living his life luxuriously as a celebrated athlete.

And presumably, he has a secondary source of income via endorsement deals like most other athletes.

 

Harrison Bader | Personal Life and Relationships

The fashionable young center fielder is a friendly human being who is fun to be around. As a few of his colleagues mentioned in an interview, Bader loves to shop.

Besides, he has a great sense of style too. Apart from shopping, Bader enjoys skeet shooting and going on adventurous trips in his free time.

At present, the attractive young man does not seem to be in a relationship with anyone. He enjoys most of his time with his family and shares a special bond with Sasha.

He might have dated in the past or might be in a relationship currently, but there is no evidence or rumors to support the statement, however.

Whatsoever, Bader is enjoying his life as the Cardinals’ center fielder, and in the future, he will undoubtedly announce who his partner is if he wants to.

 

Social Media Presence:

Instagram121k followers

Twitter51.9k followers

Some FAQs:

Who is Harrison Bader’s agent?

Jeff Randazzo of the Ballengee Group is the agent of Harrison Bader.

Did Harrison Bader win a Gold Glove?

Harrison Bader was the finalist to win a Gold Glove in 2019.

Is Harrison Bader in IL in the 2021 season?

Yes, Harrison Bader is on the IL for the second time in the 2021 season.

Where is Harrison Bader from?

Harrison Bader is from Bronxville, New York, United States.

Why is Harrison Bader not playing?

Harrison Bader isn’t playing because he is placed on the injured list due to his arm injury. That injury took place on May 24, 2021, when Harrison made a diving attempt on a Chicago White Sox’s Nick Madrigal blooper in shallow center field.

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