John Gibbons Bio, Affair, Married, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Salary, Age, Nationality, Height

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John Gibbons is an American former professional baseball player and manager.

Relationship Facts of John Gibbons

  • John Gibbons is married to Julie Gibbons.
  • He is father of Three(Jordan Gibbons).
  • John Gibbons is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

John Gibbons is a married man. His wife‘s name is Julie Gibbons. They have been married for around thirty years. However, they have not revealed their marriage date.

The couple has three children from their marriage. The eldest daughter’s name is Jordan Gibbons while the other two’s names have not been revealed.

He loves his family so much, once in an interview he said,

“I want to be known as a good guy who cared about others, who was a good husband and father, a family man.”

Who is John Gibbons?

John Gibbons is an American former professional baseball player and manager. He briefly played in the MLB for the New York Mets. He is well-known as the former head coach of the Toronto Blue Jays.

John Gibbons: Age, Parents, Family, Ethnicity, Childhood

John Gibbons was born as John Michael Giboons in Great Falls, Montana on June 8, 1962. As of 2020, his age is 57. He was born to parents, William Gibbons and Sallie Gibbons. His father was a United States Air Force colonel.

He spent his childhood in San Antonio, Texas. His family had lived temporarily in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada, where he had his first Little League Baseball at-bat.

His ethnicity is Caucasian.


For education, he attended Douglas MacArthur High School.

John Gibbons: Professional Life, Career

John Gibbons had a brief 18-game MLB playing career as a catcher with the New York Mets in 1984 and 1986. He batted .220, with 1 home run and 2 RBIs (but 16 strikeouts) in 50 at-bats. Moreover, injuries also took a toll on him and forced him to retire as a player in 1990.

He started his coaching career with the Mets in 1990 as a minor league roving catching instructor. In 2002, he finally got a coaching role in the MLB. The Toronto Blue Jays appointed him in 2002, as a bullpen catcher. He slowly worked his way up to the manager position in 2004. He signed a contract at the end of the 2004 season. In his first full season as a big-league manager, he managed the Jays to an 80–82 record.

In 2006, his team finished second in the American League East division with an 87–75 record. He was fired in June 2008 with a record of 305 wins and 305 losses.

After brief stints at Kansas City Royals and San Antonio Missions, he returned as the manager of the Blue Jays for the 2013 season. His team finished the 2013 season with a 74–88 record. In 2015, the Blue Jays secured the American League East title. 

In September 2018, the Blue Jays confirmed that Gibbons would not be returning as the manager in 2019. He left with a 793–789 record as the manager there.

Recently, in 2020, he joined the Atalanta Braves as a scout.

John Gibbons: Net Worth, Salary

John Gibbons has an estimated net worth of around $2 million. Also, he has an annual salary of around $1 million.

Rumors and Controversy

Gibbons has been a controversial man. He has been involved in several controversies. In July 2006, Gibbons confronted Sean Hillenbrand, a Blue Jay player in a closed team meeting and challenged him to a fight which he declined. In August 2006, he confronted Ted Lilly and according to eyewitnesses, pushed him and just went at him.

In August 2016, he confronted the reigning MVP, Josh Donaldson, after he threw a bat very close to where John was standing.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

Gibbons has a height of around 5 feet 9 inches and weighs around 88 kgs. Moreover, he has brown hair and blue eyes.

Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

He is not active on social media sites. He does not have a Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter account.

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