Lenny Dinardo Bio | Wiki
Lenny DiNardo ( Full name: Leonard Edward DiNardo) is an American retired professional baseball pitcher who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 2004 until 2009. He played with the Kansas City Royals, Oakland Athletics, and the Boston Red Sox. Lenny threw and also batted left-handed.
Lenny made his professional debut in the summer of 2001 with the Mets’ Single-A affiliate, the Brooklyn Cyclones. In 2002, he played in the South Atlantic League for another Single-A farm team of the Mets, the Columbia Mets. In 2003, Lenny split time between Binghamton Mets (Double-A) and the St. Lucie Mets (Single-A). He pitched well enough that he was selected during the Rule 5 draft on December 15 by the Boston Red Sox.
Lenny Dinardo Age
He was born on September 19, 1979, in Miami, Florida, United States of America. Lenny is 42 years old.
Lenny Dinardo Height
He is a man of above-average stature. Lenny stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in ( Approx 1.88m).
Lenny Dinardo Family
He was born to his father and mother with a star sign of Virgo on September 19, 1979, in Miami, Florida, United States of America. However, Lenny has not shared any information regarding his parents or siblings.
Lenny Dinardo Wife
He is married to the love of his life called Julie DiNardo. The couple shares four beautiful children. Julie, Florida Gulf Coast University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing spent her childhood life in Narragansett. Julie is an avid runner who has earned three Guinness World Records after racing while pushing her children in a stroller. Currently, Lenny and his family live in Wakefield, RI.
Lenny Dinardo Nesn
Previously, Lenny lived in Miami and Micanopy, Florida before relocating to Wakefield, RI. He has worked as a pitching instructor in South Kingstown, Rhode Island as well as Florida (Fort Myers and Naples). As of 2021, Lenny serves the New England Sports Network (NESN) as their in-studio baseball analyst.
Lenny’s Colleagues at NESN Include:
Michaela Vernava – reporter
Lenny Dinardo Red Sox
He would remain on the Red Sox major league roster during the entire 2004 season as is the requirement with Rule 5 selections. Lenny started the season on the disabled list and later made his major league debut on April 23 in Yankee Stadium against the New York Yankees. Lenny spent most of the second half of the season back on the disabled list.
He made 22 appearances (all in relief) compiling a 4.23 ERA in 27+2⁄3 innings pitched with the 2004 Boston Red Sox but did not register a win or a loss. For his contributions to the 2004 World Series championship team, Lenny won a World Series ring. The Red Sox sent the pitcher to the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox after satisfying the Rule 5 requirement of keeping Lenny on the major league roster during 2004 to start the 2005 season.
During the year, Lenny was recalled to the major league club five different times. Lenny appeared in eight games (one start) for the 2005 Boston Red Sox and compiled an 0–1 record with a 1.84 ERA in 14+2⁄3 innings pitched. He made six starts in place of the injured David Wells in 2006. Lenny’s first MLB win was against the Baltimore Orioles on May 7. Due to a neck injury, he spent a lot of time on the disabled list himself.
Lenny Dinardo Baseball
The Santa Fe High School in Alachua, Florida graduated was selected by The Boston Red Sox in the 10th round of the 1998 Major League Baseball draft. However, Lenny did not sign, instead, he opted to attend Stetson University. Lenny was again selected by the New York Mets in the third round of the 2001 MLB draft. This time around, he signed with the team in July 2001.
Lenny appeared in 13 games (six starts) with the 2006 Boston Red Sox compiling a 1–2 record with 7.85 ERA in 39 innings pitched. He as well played for Italy at the 2006 World Baseball Classic. Also, Lenny played for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League as he prepared for the 2007 MLB season.
Lenny Dinardo Salary
He currently earns his monthly income from his job as an in-studio baseball analyst for the New England Sports Network (NESN). Lenny has an average salary of $72,369 per year.
Lenny Dinardo Net Worth
He accumulated a lot of wealth as a professional baseball pitcher and also as an analyst. Lenny has an estimated net worth of $2,576,925.
Who Is Lenny Dinardo
Lenny is an American retired professional baseball pitcher who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 2004 until 2009. He played with the Kansas City Royals, Oakland Athletics, and the Boston Red Sox. Lenny threw and also batted left-handed.
How Old Is Lenny Dinardo
Lenny is a 42-year-old American retired professional baseball pitcher who was born on September 19, 1979, in Miami, Florida.
Is Lenny Dinardo Married
Lenny married a beautiful woman called Julie DiNardo. Currently, Lenny lives in Wakefield, RI with his wife and their four kids.