Carlos Rodon has been married to his wife Ashley Paddock since 2018. Not many details are available about Carlos’ wife Ashley Paddock. Additionally, they do not have children from this marriage.
The pair’s wedding ceremony took place on January 6, 2018. The venue of the wedding was in Playa Conchal, Costa Rica.
Recently, Carlos Rodon announced that he and his wife Ashley Paddock were expecting their first baby. Their first child is set to arrive in 2020.
Previously, Carlos Rodon dated Keely Warren. It was after this relationship ended that he decided to settle for good with his wife.
Carols is a famous professional baseball player. His plays as a pitcher in the Major League Baseball (MLB). His current team is the Chicago White Sox.
Carlos Rodon and Wife Ashley Paddock: Salary, Net Worth
Ashley Paddock’s husband Carlos Rodon salary in 2016 was reported to be $518,000 dollars. In addition, as of 2019, he makes $4,200,000 a year.
On January 11, 2019, he signed a 1 year $4.2 million contract with his current team, the Sox.
Playerswiki.com states that Carlos Rodon’s current net worth is over $5 Million.
Details about Carlos Rodon’s wife Ashley Paddock’s net worth and earnings is unavailable.
Carlos Rodon’s Fantasy Stats
According to multiple sites, Carlos Rodon is worth adding to one’s fantasy league account. He has managed to obtain a 1.59 ERA as of now which is quite an impressive amount of point.
Additionally, he has managed 15 strikeouts in 11 1/3.
Carlos Rodon and Ashley Paddock: Bio, Wiki, MLB Stats
Since there is no wiki page of Ashley Paddock, a bio about her is very hard to find. In one of the website, it has been suggested that Ashley might be working on the TV channel called Open Season TV.
Carlos initially played for the North Carolina State. In his high school years, he had an average of 0.80 earned run and he went 10–1 in the 2010 season. Next season, he managed 11–0 with a 1.40 ERA.
After an impressive showcase of skill, the Milwaukee Brewers drafted Carlos Rodon in the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft. He was drafted in the 16th round. But, to everyone’s surprise, he declined the offer, and eventually joined North Carolina State University.
In his college years, Carlos started strong with 9–0 and a 1.57 ERA in the 2012 season. He was successful in setting a new record of 436 career strikeouts in his junior year.
After the White Sox signed Carlos in 2014 Major League Baseball Draft, his professional career in baseball began. He was soon promoted to the Charlotte Knights.
Carlos’ much-awaited major league debut came on April 21 of 2015. In his debut game, he pitched 2.1 innings and gave up 2 runs.
In his 23 starts in 2015, Carlos was 9-6 and he had a 3.75 ERA. His 2016 season was doubtful after he suffered a left wrist sprain. However, he recovered after 15 days.
In the 2016 season, he had an ERA of 4.04. He played 165 innings and finished 9-10. He only started 12 games in the 2017 season due to injuries. His current season is also not looking good as he again suffered an injury on his shoulder.