Gerardo Parra was first called by the AA Mobile BayBears on 13th May 2009 and became the part of Arizona Diamondbacks. It was when Conor Jackson, the left fielder got placed on disables list. He did his first Major League and made history as the 100th player in the MBL to make a home run in the first at bat.
He then became the second player in the last 30 years after having at least one RBI in his first five games since Mie Lasing. Gerardo has also been named as the NL Rookie of the Month in May. Apart from that, he has reached the base in each of his first seventeen games.
Parra was awarded the 2011 National League Left Fielder Gold Glove award for his brilliant defensive skill. He collected career-high five hits at the 2013 Philadelphia Phillies. Later, the Diamondbacks made a deal with Milwaukee Brewers and took Gerardo giving minor leaguers Mitch Hangier on 31 July 2014.
The next year on 31st July, he was again traded to Baltimore Orioles for Zach Davies. Parra again set his career-high with five on 16th August in an 18-2 win over Oakland Athletics. Again on 19th January of the same year, he signed a 3 years contract with Colorado Rockies.
Gerardo Parra was awarded the Gold Glove Award in 2011 and 2013.
Net Worth and Salary
Gerardo Parra is earning a handsome amount of salary and his net worth is estimated in millions. He is said to be having the salary of $8,000,000 so he must have a high amount of net worth. He has played for Arizona Diamondbacks from 2009 to 2014, Milwaukee Brewers from 2014-2015, Baltimore Orioles in 2015, and Colorado Rookies since 2016.
Gerardo Parra has been active in this field for years and it is sure that during these long periods, he must have won multiple fans and followers in his career. He has over millions of the followers on his Twitter account. Additionally, he is also active on Instagram where he has got more than thousands of followers.
He also has a page on Wikipedia and IMDb and we can also follow him on those websites for staying more updated about his stats, personal and professional life.