Bartolo Colón Net Worth

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Bartolo Colón's Net Worth is $70 million

1993-1995

Bartolo Colón was marked by the Cleveland Indians as a free operator in 1993.

In 1995, pitching for Kinston of the Single-A Carolina League, he completed second in wins with 13 and ERA with 1.96 and drove the circuit with 152 strikeouts. He was named the group’s Pitcher of the Year, in spite of closing down on August 1 with a wounded elbow. He was named the Indians’ 1995 Minor League Player of the Year (accepting the “Lou Boudreau Award”).

1997-1999

He played Triple-A ball with the Buffalo Bisons in 1997 and turned into the main player in group history to toss a no-hitter at Coca-Cola Field.

Colón made his Major League Baseball make a big appearance at the Anaheim Angels on April 4, 1997, accepting a no choice. In his first MLB season, Colón ran 4–7 with a 5.65 ERA. The next year, he set the current however informal MLB record for tossing the most pitches (20) in a solitary at-bat on June 26, 1998, against Ricky Gutiérrez, who in the end struck out. Later that season, Colón won his exclusive begin of the 1998 American League Championship Series, pitching a four-hit, one run finish diversion. In his 1999 season, Colón completed 18–5, pitching more than 200 innings with 161 strikeouts and a 3.95 ERA.

2000-2002

On September 18, 2000, he hurled a one-hitter against the New York Yankees. In 2000, Colón obscured his strikeouts number by 51, finishing with 212. He likewise posted a vocation high 98 strolls.

Only preceding the 2002 exchange due date, Colón and Tim Drew were exchanged to the Montreal Expos in return for Lee Stevens, Brandon Phillips, and prospects Grady Sizemore and Cliff Lee. Colón completed 2002 with a joined 20–8 record and a 2.93 ERA, incorporating 76 earned keeps running with 70 strolls in ?233 1/3 innings, three shutouts, and eight finish amusements. As of the 2016 season, Colón is the main dynamic player to have played on the Expos.

2003-2007

Before the 2003 season, Colón was exchanged to the Chicago White Sox with small time player Jorge Nunez for Orlando Hernández, Rocky Biddle, Jeff Liefer and money.

Colón (left), with Mike Napoli, amid his residency with the Los Angeles Angels in 2007

A free operator after the season, he marked with the Anaheim Angels. Colón won 18 diversions with Anaheim in 2004. Amid the 2005 season, he ran 21–8 with a 3.48 ERA, and turned into the principal Angels pitcher to win the Cy Young Award since Dean Chance in 1964. Due to an in part torn rotator sleeve that he got in a playoff amusement against the Yankees in 2005, Colón spent a significant part of the 2006 season on the DL with soreness or irritation in his correct shoulder. In 10 begins, Colón ran 1–5 with a 5.11 ERA.

On April 21, 2007, his first begin of the 2007 season taking after his arrival from the DL, Colón pitched 7 innings, permitting one keep running on seven hits for his first win in 2007.

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Bartolo Colón Biography

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