Jim Edmonds is an American retired professional baseball center fielder currently working for Bally Sports Midwest as a broadcaster.
From 1993 to 2010, He played for the Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres, St. Louis Cardinals, California/Anaheim Angels, Milwaukee Brewers, and Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Jim Edmonds Age
Jim Edmonds was born in Fullerton, California, United States of America, on June 27, 1970. He is 52 years old.
Jim Edmonds Height
Edmonds stands at a height of 6 ft 2 inches ( Approx 1.88m).
Jim Edmonds Education
He graduated from Diamond Bar High School located in Diamond Bar, in eastern Los Angeles County with a high school diploma.
Jim Edmonds Family
Jim was born in Fullerton, California, United States of America to caring for his father and mother. His parents divorced when Edmonds was still a little boy and had joint custody. His caring dad lived within a few miles of Anaheim Stadium.
Jim Edmonds Wife
His first pretty wife was called Ann Horton. The duo had two pretty daughters before she lost her life to cancer in 2015.
He has been married twice, in 2015, with his first wife dying of cancer and divorcing the other two. Currently, His marital status is not publicly known.
There are no public records concerning his current girlfriend or fiance. On March 28, 2020, It was shared Jim had been hospitalized and was undergoing tests for COVID-19. Edmonds later made it clear that he had fully recovered from the illness.
Jim Edmonds Children
He had two pretty daughters with his late first wife named Lee Ann Horton. Edmonds has a son and a daughter with his first ex-wife named Allison Jayne Raski. Jim and his second ex-wife called Meghan King share a daughter and twins sons. So, in total, Jim is a father of 4 daughters and three sons.
Jim Edmonds Salary
Jim earns an annual salary of $69,375 per year. This is according to Bally Sports Midwest anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Jim Edmonds Net Worth
Edmonds has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Jim Edmonds Career
Currently, Jim serves for Bally Sports Midwest as a broadcaster. From 1993 to 2010, He played for the Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers, St. Louis Cardinals, California/Anaheim Angels, and Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball (MLB).
In June 2006, He made six starts after Albert Pujols suffered an oblique injury at first. In five seasons, Edmonds hit 30 or more home runs as he maintained a .284 career batting average.
Jim as well knocked in 1,199 runs in his career. Apart from that, He won eight Gold Glove Awards in the center field. Most of those awards come as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals.