Andy Abad Wiki, Net worth, Bio, Height, Age, Girlfriend or Spouse

Fausto Andrés Abad or Andy Abad as he is widely known as is an American former professional baseball player who plied his trade as a left baseman. He was born on August 25, 1972, in West Palm Beach, Florida and lived there until he had to descend for his professional career.

He stands at a dominant height of 6 ft 1 inch and weighs 83 kg (184 lb). He is known as ‘Tulile’ in the Dominican Republic for his stance as left-handed batsman and thrower. He attended the local Jupiter High School in Florida and graduated along. He later opted for Middle Georgia College for higher studies.

Andy Abad

Unknown Facts

  • He is a Cuban descent as his father left Cuba during the Fidel Castro revolution and shifted places to America.
  • He was drafted in 1993 by Boston Red Sox and played for Gulf Coast Red Sox for the year.
  • He played in Single-A series for long before going for Venezuela Winter League and Caribbean Series.
  • He went overseas with a stint for Nippon Baseball League and then proceeded to sign with Oakland Athletics.
Occupation: Professional Baseball Player

Date of Birth: August 25, 1972

Age (As of 2016): 42 years

Place of Born: West Palm Beach, Florida

Gender: Male

Height in m: 1.85 m

Height in ft: 6 ft 1 inches

Height in cm: 185 cm

Weight in kg: 83 kg approx.

Weight in the pound: 184 lbs.

Education-  Jupiter High School, Middle Georgia College

Descent- Cuban

Spouse: Unknown

Children:  Unknown

Net Worth: Unknown

Nationality: American

Sports Career
Contracted- Drafted by Boston Red Sox in 1993 Major League Baseball Draft
Debut-September 10, 2001
Debut Team: Oakland Athletics
Last Appearance: April 13, 2006
Last Team Appearance: Cincinnati Reds
Position- First Baseman
Kintetsu Buffaloes (2000) (NPB)

Oakland Athletics (2001)

Boston Red Sox (2003)

Cincinnati Reds (2006)

MLB statistics
Batting average .095
Runs 1
Runs batted in 0
Coaching Career
He was named the hitting coach for the Yakima Bears in 2008. Yakima Bears is a Low-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks organization.
He also worked as a roving instructor for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2010.