Rubén Amaro Jr is a former General Manager and baseball outfielder. He is the son of a former MLB infielder and coach Rubén Amaro Sr.
Since July 2020, He has been serving as an MLB Analyst for NBC Sports Philadelphia. Since April 2022, Amaro has been working at the MLB Network as a broadcast analyst.
Before NBC Sports, Amaro was the first base coach from 2016 to 2017 for the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets in 2018. As an MLB player, Ruben battled switch and threw right for Cleveland Indians, California Angels, and Philadelphia Phillies.
Rubén Amaro Jr Age
Ruben was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States on February 12, 1965. He is 57 years old.
Rubén Amaro Jr Height
Amaro stands at a moderate height of 6 ft (Approx 1.83 m).
Rubén Amaro Jr Education
He attended William Penn Charter School for his high school education and graduated in 1983, where he played soccer and baseball.
Rubén joined the University of Stanford and graduated in 1987. Amoro with the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod Baseball League in 1985 played collegiate summer baseball.
Rubén Amaro Jr Family
Ruben was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States to his caring father and mother Rubén Amaro Sr a Catholic Mexican-Cuban, and Judy, a Russian-Jewish. His father served from 1980 to 1983 as their first base coach while he was the Phillies’ batboy. Amaro also has a handsome brother called David Amaro born in 1962
Rubén Amaro Jr Wife
He married his second wife called Jami Schnell, a children’s reading specialist, in November 2014. Previously, Ruben was first married on December 6, 1996, to Virginia Machado and had two pretty daughters namely Andrea and Sophia.
Rubén Amaro Jr Salary
Rubén’s annual salary is $80,540 per year. This is according to NBC Sports Philadelphia anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Rubén Amaro Jr Net Worth
Amaro has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.
Rubén Amaro Jr Career
He has been serving since July 2020 as an MLB Analyst for NBC Sports Philadelphia. Amaro also does color commentary for other games.
Since April 2022, Ruben has been working at the MLB Network as a broadcast analyst. Before NBC Sports, Jr was the first base coach for the Boston Red Sox from 2016 to 2017 and in 2018 New York Mets.
Previously, Amaro spent over ten years at Philadelphia Phillies as Assistant General Manager for Baseball Operations.
In addition, he also served for the Phillies as the Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Head of Baseball Operations.