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Wilson Betemit was born on 2 November, 1981 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, is a Dominican baseball player. At 39 years old, Wilson Betemit height is 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm).

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Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 2 November 1981
Birthday 2 November
Birthplace Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Nationality Dominican Republic

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Wilson Betemit Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Wilson Betemit worth at the age of 39 years old? Wilson Betemit’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Dominican Republic. We have estimated Wilson Betemit's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Betemit was named as the Hitting Coach for the DSL Royals for the 2019 season.


On April 12, 2016, Betemit signed with the Olmecas de Tabasco of the Mexican Baseball League. He was released on May 10, 2016.


Betemit signed a minor league deal with the Tampa Bay Rays on February 6, 2014. Betemit failed to make the Rays Opening Day roster but accepted his outright assignment to AAA.

In July 2014 he joined the Rays' Triple-A affiliate Durham Bulls. On August 10, 2014, his team lost to the Buffalo Bisons. He became a free agent after the 2014 season.


On March 25, 2013, Wilson was carried out on a stretcher during a spring-training game against the Boston Red Sox with an apparent ligament injury to his right knee. He started a rehab assignment on August 6, serving time with the Gulf Coast League Orioles, Bowie Baysox, Frederick Keys, and Norfolk Tides. The Orioles activated him from the 60-day disabled list on August 27. He was designated for assignment on September 16, 2013. He was released on September 24.


On January 23, 2012, he signed a two-year, major league deal with an option for a third year with the Baltimore Orioles. In his first season with the team, he played in 102 games while hitting .261 with 12 home runs.


On July 20, 2011, Betemit was traded to the Detroit Tigers for left-handed pitcher Antonio Cruz and catcher Julio Rodriguez.


He hit home runs from both sides of the plate on June 10, 2010, in a 9–8 win against Minnesota Twins.


On June 3, 2009, the White Sox designated Betemit for assignment to call up prospect Gordon Beckham.

On November 12, 2009, Betemit signed a minor league contract with the Kansas City Royals. He began the 2010 season with Kansas City's Class AAA affiliate, the Omaha Royals of the Pacific Coast League.


On November 13, 2008, Betemit, and minor league pitchers Jeffrey Marquez and Jhonny Núñez were traded to the Chicago White Sox for first baseman Nick Swisher and minor league pitcher Kanekoa Texeira.


He was expected to be the Dodgers starting third baseman in 2007, but poor play resulted in his becoming a part-time starter and pinch hitter. He hit pinch hit home runs in consecutive games against the Braves in May 2007. He hit 10 home runs and 26 RBIs in 84 games.

On July 31, 2007, the Dodgers traded Betemit to the New York Yankees for relief pitcher Scott Proctor. On August 2, 2007, Betemit homered in his first Yankee at bat while filling in at shortstop for Derek Jeter and was given a curtain call by the fans in attendance. On May 9, 2008, Betemit was the victim of Detroit Tigers pitcher Kenny Rogers' record setting 92nd career pickoff.


On July 28, 2006, Betemit was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers for relief pitcher Danys Baez and infielder Willy Aybar. He made his debut for the Dodgers on July 30, 2006, playing third base against the Washington Nationals. He finished the season with a batting average of .241 with nine home runs and 24 RBIs.

In an interview in 2006, Atlanta Braves announcer Joe Simpson related that he had asked Betemit about halfway through that season how to pronounce his name, and when told the answer, apologized to him, saying, "I've been pronouncing your name wrong all this time, but I'm gonna pronounce it right from now on!"


Betemit finally broke out in 2005 as the Braves' principal reserve infielder, frequently filling in at third base for the Braves' oft-injured star third baseman Chipper Jones, hitting .305 for the season. He hit his first career home run on April 27 against New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine.

In the offseason, following shortstop Rafael Furcal's free agency in the winter of 2005, the Braves considered giving Betemit the starting shortstop job. However, they decided instead to trade for shortstop Edgar Rentería from the Boston Red Sox. Betemit continued to play a valuable role for the Braves as a pinch hitter and backup for second baseman Marcus Giles, Rentería, and Chipper Jones.


He spent most of 2003 and 2004 with Richmond, but appeared in 22 games with the Braves in 2004, recording his first Major League hit on May 8 against the Houston Astros.


In 2002, he was sent to the AAA Richmond Braves to start the season, but spent significant portions of the season on the disabled list due to various ailments. Despite a sub-par, injury-ridden season, he was still named the Braves second-best pro prospect after the season.


Betemit started 2001 with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans in Advanced-A ball (hitting the first inside-the-park home run in Pelicans history on June 11), and was promoted mid-season to the Greenville Braves in AA. He hit .355 with Greenville, and was named the Braves top prospect for the second year in a row. He was also the Braves Minor League Player of the Year, the Florida State League All-Star shortstop, and the Baseball America 2nd team minor league all-star shortstop.

Called up to the Braves in September, he made his major league debut on September 18, 2001, as a pinch runner against the Philadelphia Phillies. He was 0 for 8 for the Braves in limited pinch hitting opportunities.


In 2000, with the Jamestown Jammers, he hit .331 and was named the Braves' # 1 Minor League Prospect by Baseball America, as well as the Short-Season A Player of the Year and All-Star shortstop.


In 1999, he was the Player of the Year for the Danville Braves of the Rookie League, and Appalachian League All-Star shortstop after batting .320 in 67 games, though he made 33 errors in 67 games.


He began his professional career in 1997 with the Gulf Coast Braves.


Betemit is a 1996 graduate of Jurczak High School, where he played baseball. He was signed as an undrafted free agent shortstop by the Atlanta Braves on July 28, 1996 when he was 14 and a half years old. According to Major League Baseball's age restrictions regarding the signing of minors, teams are not allowed to sign anyone under the age of sixteen. Because of this rule violation, the Braves were fined $100,000 and prohibited from scouting and signing players from the Dominican Republic for six months in 2000.


Wilson Betemit (pronounced BAY-ta-mee) (born November 2, 1981) is a Dominican former professional baseball infielder. He is 6'2" and weighs 220 pounds. He has played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox, Kansas City Royals, Detroit Tigers and Baltimore Orioles.

There was some confusion surrounding Betemit's date of birth. His official Player Profile on MLB.com used to list it as July 28, 1980, while other sources, including Baseball-Reference.com, have it as November 2, 1981. An article from February 2000 in the Savannah Morning News offers an explanation for the discrepancy, saying that his real birthday is 1981-11-02.