Josh Naylor Biography

Josh Naylor is a young and handsome Canadian professional baseball player. He is popularly known to the world as the first baseman for the Cleveland Indians which is of the Major League Baseball who previously played for the team San Diego Padres. He also plays at the position of an outfielder for his team and bats and throws with the left hand. Currently, he is off-field because, in a recent collision with Earnie Clement, he suffered a leg fracture and due to which he is hospitalized.

Early Life

Josh Naylor was born on June 22 in 1997. He is the son of his father Chris Naylor and his mother Jenice Naylor. Josh has only revealed their names and not anything about their profession. He was born in Mississauga located in Ontario, Canada, and has two siblings. Josh as a student, attended the St Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School from where he completed his high school graduation. After his high graduation, Josh started going to college but his field of major is not yet known.

Josh Naylor Career

Josh’s professional career began when he started playing for his school’s team when he was 15 years old. Josh then committed to play for the Texas Tech University to play baseball for them. He was available for the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft and was selected by the Miami Marlins in the 12th overall draft. Naylor signed a bonus of $ 2.25 million USD after which he made his debut. He then began the 2016 season but he was suspended in June as he accidentally injured a teammate of the opposition team with a knife.

Josh played for Team Canada in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. He ended the game with a .280 average with 10 home runs. Naylor then played again for San Antonio in 2018 he then played the 2019 season with the El Paso Chihuahuas of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. He played in the 2020 American League Wild Series and recorded five hits in his first five career post-season. In June 2021, he played against Minnesota Twins but he suffered from a gruesome injury as he collided with Ernie Clement.

Josh Naylor Biography

Real Name Josh Douglas Naylor
Birth Date June 22, 1997
Age (as of 2021) 24 Years
Birth Place Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Profession Professional Baseball Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Cancer

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 1” – in Centimeters – 185 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 102 kg  –  in Pounds –  225 lbs
Hair Color Light Golden
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father Chris Naylor
Mother Jenice Naylor
Sister
Brother Two (Bo & Noah Taylor)

Qualification/Education

School St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School
College Texas Tech University

Relationship Status

Marital Status In Relation
Affair Yes
Who is her Girlfriend? Not Known

Personal Life

As for his personal life, Josh is currently in a relationship. He has not mentioned the name of any kind of details about the girl he has been dating but the couple is in a happy relationship for a long time now. The couple is expected to have a happy future together and get married soon. He has not dated before or has not been previously engaged.

Josh Naylor Net Worth

Josh is a 22- year- old man who earns an estimated net worth of $3 million USD. He earns this huge sum of money through his profession as a baseball player. Josh is expected to earn more after he gets more opportunities to show his talent and skills in his game. He has been improving a lot through the experiences he gets through his work.

Trivia

  • Josh has also been a basketball player.
  • He was the winner of the under 18 Baseball World Cup in 2012 held in South Korea.
  • He was selected to appear in the 2016 All-Star Futures Game.
  • Josh was called up to San Diego Padres in 2019 and made his MLB draft against Toronto Blue Jays.
  • He is also known as the Power Hitter.
  • Josh coached under Greg Hamilton who was the coach for the Canadian national junior team.

2 thoughts on “Josh Naylor Biography”

  1. I love Josh. He is such a positive influence on the Cleveland Indians team. He is always rooting for the team in the dugout & is the first to pat a player on the back. I love his enthusiasm. I am heartbroken over his injury. I know if it is possible for him to make a comeback he will do it. Josh I pray for you everyday. I believe in miracles & hope to see you back on the field one day. Josh you are the best, may God Bless you in your recovery ❤️‍🩹. Hope to see you soon.

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  2. i have come to love Josh’s passion for the game and his willingness to do whatever is asked of him. I was heartbroken over his injury but I believe that he will become like a “Peaceful Warrior” and overcome this setback. He has many, many, people who believe in him. Prayers for you Josh.

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