Edwin Rios Wife Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Wiki

Is Edwin Rios Married? 10 Facts To Know About Puerto-Rican Baseball Player Edwin Rios is a baseball player who plays as a professional infielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He made his debut in Major League Baseball (MLB) in 2019.
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Edwin Rios
April 21, 1994
6 feet 3 inches
99 Kg
Puerto Rican
Baseball Player
Edwin Rios, Sr., Heyda Rosario
Giancarlos Rios, Gustavo Rios
Lacey Rios
Florida International University
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Being born on April 21, 1994, Edwin Rios is 26 years of age. His full name is Edwin Gabriel Rios. He is Puerto Rican and thus holds an American nationality.
Edwin Rios married his then-girlfriend, Lacey Rios, in 2020 and wished his wife their first anniversary on January 11, 2021.
About his body stature, Edwin Rios is quite tall and possesses a height of 6 feet 3 inches, which is 1.92 meters. Being an athlete, he has quite a good built.
Although Edwin’s exact net worth could not be found, Edwin’s Dodgers 2020 opening day salary was $566,000, as per True Blue LA.
With a fanbase of 66.6k and a verified Instagram account, Edwin Rios shares his personal and professional life there. He also owns a Twitter account with 11k followers as of January 2021.
Just in his 20s, Edwin has succeeded in booking himself a spot on Wikipedia. Not only that, this talented baseballer has been featured on many other websites such as ESPN, MLB (Major League Baseball), etc.
About his family, this 26-year-old is not the only child of his parents: Edwin Rios, Sr. and Heyda Rosario. He has two younger brothers named Giancarlos Rios and Gustavo Rios.
Regarding his education, Rios played baseball at Osceola High School. Then, he headed on to continue his passion for baseball at Florida International University.
In 2020, Edwin was listed among the top rookie hitters as per Dodgers Nation.
Lastly, about his professional career, his baseball journey started with the Arizona League Dodgers in 2015. There, he was quickly promoted to the Ogden Raptors of the Pioneer Baseball League. In 2016, Edwin went on to be named the Dodgers organizational minor league player.