Odalis Pérez was a Dominican figure who played baseball by trade as a starting pitcher. He was the enduring baseball player who made a notable start with the Atlanta Braves (1998–2001). Despite this, he has also worked with other national teams, including the Los Angeles Dodgers (2002–2006), the Kansas City Royals (2006–2007), and the Washington Nationals (2008).
He was the former MLB pitcher who reportedly died on March 10, 0222 Thursday. The cause of death is reported as having fallen off a ladder while he was alone in the house. His brother found him lying on the ground with a ladder next to him. At the time of his death he was 43 years old.
Odalis Perez, in full, Odalis Amadol Pérez was born on June 11, 1977 and was a 1995 graduate of Damian David Ortiz High School who received his elementary education in his native country. His father’s name is Miguel Perez while Viterba is his mother and he also has two siblings Roberto and Carlos Perez.
Odalis Pérez career
He began his MLB pitching career with the Braves in September 1998 after going 0-1. He won the game for the Braves in the 1998 postseason, becoming the first pitcher in MLB history to earn the playoff win without winning a regular season.
Later, on January 15, 2022, Perez was traded by the Braves to the Dodgers, where he played for two years beginning in the 2002-2003 season. He won at least 27 games with 15 in 2002 and 12 in 2003, making him the third most celebrity winner in the left pitcher category in the National League.
Perez became the first Dodger to be left-handed and record with at least 12 games on the winning streak in consecutive seasons. During the same period, he had the sixth-most strikeouts among any major leftists in the National League.
On July 25, 2006, Perez and two other minor league pitchers were traded to the Kansas City Royals, where cash payments have already been remitted to the pitchers.
Perez signed the minor league contract with the Washington Nationals and was subsequently invited to spring training where Perez agreed to the minor league contract ahead of the 2009 season. But Perez had concerns and didn’t report for training, after which he was fired from the team.
Odalis Pérez biography
|Real name||Odalis Amadol Pérez|
|Date of birth||June 11, 1977|
|Died||March 10, 2022|
|Age (as of 2022)||44 years|
|Place of birth||Las Matas de Fafran, Dominican Republic|
|profession||Professional baseball player|
|Height||in feet inches – 6′ 0” – in centimeters – 182 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 96kg – in pounds – 212 pounds|
Odalis Pérez Family
|Brothers||Two (Roberto & Carlos Perez)|
|school||Damian David Ortiz High School|
|University||College of Mercy|
|Who is his wife?||Evelina Garcia|
|children||Three (Odalis Jr., Odalis Angel & Ambar Evelina)|
Odalis was married to the only woman in his life, Evelina Garcia, with whom he had an official relationship and married in 2008 but shortly after they divorced. Evelina herself was popular at the time. She was a TV presenter and model. The couple had many problems during their marriage and eventually broke up.
Perez had a son who is believed to attend community baseball clinics for the Dodgers and schools in the surrounding Los Angeles areas while he is part of the Dodger Jams program. He had a daughter by his wife Evelina Garcia named Ambar Evelina who is now 13 years old. He also had two other children from his other relationships that existed in his life without official marriage. His other two children are named Odalis Jr. and Odalis Angel.
Odalis Pérez Net Worth
Odalis was reported to have a net worth of $2 million before his death. He earned a fairly humble and luxurious lifestyle that was enough for him and his family to lead a peaceful life. Perez reached a career high when he defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 0-1 aggregate at Dodger Stadium on August 28, 2022, where he had 8.0 innings scoreless and with the first run of his career at home for the only game personality of the season. With that win, he became the first major league personality to win the game by an aggregate score of 0-1 with the game-winning homer. This winning streak marked the beginning of Eric Gagné’s record-breaking record.