Hansel Robles

Hansel Robles- Biography

Hansel Robles is a Dominican Professional Baseball player who played at the Pitcher position for the Boston Red Sox team at MLB.

Hansel Robles is one of the team’s most valuable players and has also played for the Los Angeles Angels, Minnesota Twins, and New York Mets.

Hansel Robles’s Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Hansel Robles was born on August 13, 1990, in Bonao, Dominican Republic, to a Christian family. He hasn’t revealed anything about his parents or their occupation, and he doesn’t have any siblings.

Hansel graduated from Esquela Basica Sonador in Bonao with a high school diploma. He is not known to have attended college, and after graduating from high school, he pursued a career in baseball.

Hansel Robles’s Net Worth & Salary

Hansel Robles has been a professional baseball pitcher since 2015, earning an estimated salary of $690,000 per year. His net worth is estimated to be around $4 million as of 2021, but this information has not yet been made public.

Hansel Robles
Hansel Robles in an ongoing match. Source: sportsnews

Hansel Robles Biography

Real Name Hansel Manuel Robles
Birth Date 13 August 1990
Age (as of 2021) 31 Years
Birth Place Bonao, Dominican Republic
Nationality Dominican
Profession Baseball Pitcher
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Leo

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimeters – 183 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 99 kg  –  in Pounds –  220 lbs
Shoe Size 12 (U.S.)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father Not Known
Mother Not Known
Sister Not Known
Brother Not Known

Qualification/Education

School Escuela Basica Sonador Bonao HS
College Not Known

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Who is his wife? Yasmilka Morel
Children One

Hansel Robles- Relationship, Married Life

Hansel is married to Yasmilka Morel at the moment. The couple married in 2019 and have a son whose name has not been revealed.

He lives a low-key and secretive life and does not like to share details about his personal life, so little is known about his family.

Hansel Robles- Professional Career

Hansel began his professional career as a free agent with the New York Mets in 2008. He began his career in the minor leagues with teams such as the Dominican Summer League Mets, the Kingsport Mets, the Brooklyn Cyclones, the Gulf Coast League Mets, the St Lucas Mets, and the Birmingham Mets. Robles first appeared in the major leagues in 2015, when he made his debut against the New York Yankees.

However, in a game against the Philadelphia Phillies, his quick pitch nearly injured the batter, and he was suspended for three games after receiving warnings. He also pitched in the Division Series and the World Series, maintaining excellent records and performances and finishing the season with a 3.67 ERA.

He was unable to play in the first few games of the following season due to an extended suspension, and he was demoted to AAA in 2017 due to his poor performance. During the 2018 season, he was promoted and had a 5.03 ERA. He was claimed by the Los Angeles Angels after being waived in 2018, and he pitched 37 relief pitches in 36 1/3 innings.

Hansel maintained his form the following season, but was once again waived by the team. Recently, he was signed by the Minnesota Twins in 2020 and played 45 games with a 4.91 ERA before being traded and eventually joining the Boston Red Sox team in 2021. He is a pitcher for the team and is currently playing in the minor leagues.

Hansel Robles- Social  Media Status

Hansel currently has 48k followers on his Instagram account, where he usually shares about his career, matches, and stadium photos. He also has a Twitter account, but he isn’t very active on it. He has 51 followers right now.

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Quick Facts of Hansel Robles

  • He appealed his suspension in 2015 and was allowed to play the rest of the season, but his suspension was extended until 2016.
  • He was also on the World Series roster in 2015.
  • His number is 56 on the jersey.
  • Caballo Blanco is his nickname.
  • Before joining MLB, he was a Doncaster Rovers Junior player.
  • Mark Rankine, his uncle, was also a baseball player and midfielder.