Carlos Peña NESN, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Baseball, Salary, and Net Worth

Carlos Peña Bio | Wiki

Carlos Peña (Full name: Carlos Felipe Peña) is a Dominican former professional baseball first baseman. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Texas Rangers, Detroit Tigers, Oakland Athletics, Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Devil Rays/Rays, Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, and Kansas City Royals.

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Carlos donated food and medical supplies to the victims and made fundraising appearances. Additionally, he is also a spokesman for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and, in 2008, was the Rays’ nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. He has also worked with Uncork for a Cause and “Rays on the Runway”.

Carlos Peña Age

Carlos was born on May 17, 1978, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He is 43 years old.

Carlos Peña Height

He is quite a tall man and stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in (Approx. 1.88 m).

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Carlos Peña Family

He was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to Felipe and Juana Marisela Peña. Carlos is the oldest of four children and has a sibling named Omar Pena. When he was 12 years old, his family moved to the United States from the Dominican Republic, where they initially lived with one of Carlos’s uncles.

Carlos Peña Wife

Carlos is married to his lovely wife, Pamela. The couple held their wedding in 2003. Together, they share three children.

Carlos Education

He attended Haverhill High School in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and graduated in 1995. Initially, Carlos enrolled at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, however, returned home after one year. Later, he enrolled at Northeastern University in Boston where he studied electrical engineering. As a collegiate player, Carlos competed in the Cape Cod Baseball League (CCBL), which showcases top amateur prospects every summer.

Carlos Peña NESN

He joined the NESN broadcast team for the Red Sox 2019 season in February 2019. Carlos fills in when regular color commentators Jerry Remy and Dennis Eckersley are not available. Additionally, he contributes to Cubs Postgame Live on Marquee Sports Network. In 2018, Carlos was featured on a Season 7 episode of Impractical Jokers during punishment for Joe Gatto.

In September 2017, he appeared on New England Sports Network (NESN) as a studio analyst. Moreover, he also served as a color commentator with Jerry Remy and Dave O’Brien during the Red Sox’ final series of the regular season, against the Houston Astros. Previously, Carlos served as a studio analyst at MLB Network. He joined the MLB Network team in December 2014.

Carlos Peña Baseball

On June 17, 2014, Carlos had a minor league deal to return to Rangers and played 18 games. He batted .136/.190/.237 with 2 runs batted in 59 at-bat. Carlos later retired. He was first selected by the Texas Rangers in the 1998 MLB draft. Carlos was then promoted to the double-A Tulsa Drillers where he batted .299 with home runs in 2000.

Previously, Carlos served for the Tampa Bay Rays. he signed a minor league contract on February 1, 2007, with an invitation to spring training. Additionally, Carlos finished the 2007 season with a .282 batting average, 46 home runs, and 121 RBIs. Moreover, he was drafted for the 2009 MBL All-Star Game, replacing Dustin Pedroia, and Participated in the 2009 Home Run Derby.

Carlos Peña Salary

He serves as a fill-in color commentator at NESN, he, therefore, receives a satisfactory salary. Carlos’s average salary is $87,675 per year.

Carlos Peña Net Worth

He has played baseball and worked as a journalist for many years. Therefore, there is no doubt he has accumulated decent wealth over the years. The estimated net worth of Carlos is $1 million.

Was Carlos Peña Ever An All-Star

Carlos was a Triple-A All-Star in 2001. In his career, he was an all-star, a gold glove winner, and a silver slugger winner.

How Long Did Carlos Play For The Tampa Bay Rays

Carlos played for five years of his fourteen-year Major League career for the Tampa Bay Rays.

What Is Carlos Peña Doing Now

He currently serves as a fill-in color commentator at NESN.