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Brusdar Graterol Salary Revealed: Know His Earnings and Net Worth

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Brusdar is a renowned professional baseball pitcher from Venezuelan. He plays for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB). In 2019 he made his MLB debut for the Minnesota Twins. 

In 2014, he signed with Minnesota Twins as an international free agent. Likewise, he also made his professional debut in 2015 with the Dominican Summer League Twins. 

Moreover, he has also earned Southern League All-Star honors in 2019 with Pensacola Blue Wahoos.

Brusdar Graterol: Salary And Net Worth Revealed

Brusdar Graterol earns the basic salary of $28,000,000, as reported by spotrac

Likewise, he has earned an impressive sum of income from his profession as a successful baseball pitcher.

On the other hand, the high prolific baseball player Brusdar’s net worth is still under review as of 2021.

Is Brusdar Active On Instagram?

Brusdar Graterol is active on the Instagram profile under the account named brusdar14graterol.

The famous player has earned over 73k followers on his account. Moreover, he often posts about his love life and family pictures.

Quick Facts:

NameBrusdar Graterol
BirthdayAugust 26, 1998
Age22 years
GenderMale
NationalityAmerican
ProfessionBaseball Player
Salary$28,000,000
Married/SingleMarried
WifeAllison Landa Graterol
Instagrambrusdar14graterol

Some Interesting Facts on Brusdar Graterol

  1. The famous player was born on August 26, 1998, in Calabozo, Venezuela. He is 22 years old at the moment.
  2. According to the ESPN report, Brusdar has earned stats for 2020 seasons are listed as W-L 1-2, ERA 3.09, K 13, and WHIP 0.90.
  3. Brusdar, aka “Brother Gatorade,” lost his chain twice, to his exuberance on and off the field and even his apparent love for mangoes.
  4. Graterol is happily married to his wife, Allison Lande Graterol. The couple tied their knot recently.
  5. On September 1, 2019, he made his major league debut when the Twins selected him. He played opposite to Detroit Tigers, pitching a scoreless inning a relief.