Angel Hernandez Net Worth In 2022 Revealed: How Rich Is The Cuban Umpire?

Angel Hernandez's net worth is estimated at one million dollars as of 2022. He earned at least $0.5 million, given his three decades of umpiring career. 

According to the news portals, Major League umpires earn $120,000 every year, whereas expert umpires can earn up to $350,000, which excludes bonuses and travel expenses.

He started his umpiring career on May 23, 1991. Angel umpired the World Series times and the All-Star Game 3 times. Moreover, he has been judged in the 7 League Championship Series.

Angel was placed in 31st position out of 36 in the year 1999. He also helps handicapped children as a nonprofit. He organizes a celebrities tournament for fundraising every year.

Angel Hernandez Career Explored 

Angel Hernandez started his umpiring career on May 23, 1991. He has umpired the world cup series in 2002 and 2005 and the all-star game three times (1999, 2009, and 2017).

 He's also performed as a supervisor for the 7X League Championship Series and as well as the 11X League Playoffs during his career. He was the most controversial umpire of all time. 

Angel substituted in for Derryl Cousins in Game week 7 of the 2008 ALCS back injury. He was elected interim crew head after a dozen umpires went out of the 2020 game due to the COVID-19.

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Angel Hernandez Wife: Who Is Mireya?

Angel Hernandez is married to his beautiful wife, Mireya. The couple dated for a few years before getting married.

However, there is any further information about his wife and marriage on the internet. The pair are blessed with two beautiful daughters whose names are not revealed in public. 

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Meet Angel Hernandez On Instagram 

Angel Hernandez is not active on Instagram. Not only that, he is not active on any social media platforms. 

Hernandez filed the lawsuit case over MLB, charging discrimination prompted him to be overlooked for the World Game series and crew chief positions in July 2017.