Will Middlebrooks Bio

(Baseball Analyst)

Relationship Statistics of Will Middlebrooks

What is Will Middlebrooks marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did Will Middlebrooks get married ? (married date):February 14, 2016
How many children does Will Middlebrooks have ? (name):Two(Madison Dell Middlebrooks, Makenzie Grey)
Is Will Middlebrooks having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Will Middlebrooks lesbian ?: No
Who is Will Middlebrooks husband ? (name):Jenny Dell

More about the relationship

Will Middlebrooks is a married man. His wife’s name is Jenny Dell. She is a field reporter and covered the Red Sox for the New England Sports Network.

They started dating in 2012 and the couple got engaged in July 2014. The pair exchanged wedding vows on February 14, 2016, on Valentine’s Day.

The wedding was in Scottsdale, Arizona in a four-day ceremony which started with a welcome party at their new home and ended with a Presidents Day brunch.

The couple gave birth to their first child, a baby girl, in October 2018, and named her Madison Dell Middlebrooks. The couple was blessed with a second daughter, Makenzie Grey who was born in December 2019.

Jenny had struggled to get pregnant and had to use fertility treatments. Thankfully, the treatments worked and they gave birth to two children.

Previously, Will was engaged to Ann Lux, who was a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. However, they decided to break up in August 2012.

Who is Will Middlebrooks?

Will Middlebrooks is an American former professional baseball player. He used to play as the third baseman in the MLB. During his career, he played for the Boston Red Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, the San Diego Padres, and Texas Rangers.

In 2011, he was selected in the All-Star Futures Game. He announced his retirement on January 10, 2019. Currently, he works at CBS Sports as a baseball analyst.

Will Middlebrooks: Age, Parents, Family, Childhood, Ethnicity

Will Middlebrooks was born on September 9, 1988, in Greenville, Texas. As of 2020, his age is 31. He was born to Tom Middlebrooks(father) and Julie Middlebrooks(mother).

He has two younger sisters, Mary and Lacey. Middlebrooks spent his childhood with his family in Texarkana, Texas.

His father is the head baseball coach and the assistant football coach of Liberty-Eylau. Also, his younger sister, Lacey played softball for the University of Tulsa and is currently an assistant softball coach at Columbus State University. His mother and his other sister, Mary, are artists.

His ethnicity is English.

Education: School/College, University

Talking about his education, Will went to Liberty-Eylau High School in Texarkana, Texas. After completing high school, he joined Texas A&M University on a baseball scholarship.

Will Middlebrooks: Professional Life, Career

Amateur Career

Middlebrooks went to Liberty-Eylau High School and played for his high school team as the shortstop and pitcher. He averaged .555 batting with 48 runs batted in and 22 stolen bases. Moreover, he had a 12-0 win-loss record as a pitcher. Similarly, he played as an athletic defensive player and power hitter for his university team, Texas A&M Aggies.

Professional Life, Career

The Boston Red Sox drafted him in the 5th round of the draft and selected him as a shortstop. He made his professional debut in 2008 with the Lowell Spinners where he batted .254 with a home run. In 2009, he played for the Greenville Drive of the Class A South Atlantic League, where he batted with an average of .265 with 7 home runs and 57 RBIs. In 2010, he played for the Salem Red Sox and batted with an average of .276 with 70 RBIs, and 12 home runs.

On May 2, 2012, he was finally promoted in the Major League by the Red Sox. In his first forty-one games with the Boston Red Sox, he batted .326 with 9 home runs and 34 RBIs.

In the 2012 season, he lost playing time due to a sprained back. He batted .192 that season and the Red Sox optioned him to Pawtucket. However, the same year, he was recalled. The Red Sox won the world series against Cardinals the same season.

The 2014 season saw Middlebrooks face more injuries. He strained a calf and injured his hands which kept him out of a lot of games. On December 19, 2014, the Boston Red Sox traded him to the San Diego Padres. On December 2, 2015, the San Diego Padres non-tendered Will and made him a free agent. He had stints with the Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, and  Philadelphia Phillies before announcing his retirement on January 10, 2019.

He works at CBS Sports as a baseball analyst.

Will Middlebrooks: Net Worth, Salary

During his playing career, he had an average annual salary of around $1.2 million. He has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.

Rumors and Controversies

There was some controversy regarding his obstruction call on Allen Craig as he scored the game-winning run in the 2013 World Series to give the Cardinals a 5-4 win over the Red Sox. Will got in the way during a wild throw in the bottom of the ninth inning.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

He has a height of 6 feet 2 inches and weighs around 99.8 kg. Moreover, his eye color is blue and he has brown hair.

Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

He is active on Twitter and Instagram. He has around 148.5k followers on Twitter and around 1.3k followers on Instagram.

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