Harrison Bader Net Worth (2024): Height, Age, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On April 27th, 2022

An American baseball player Harrison Bader was born in a city in the United States called Bronxville on June 3, 1994. Harrison is currently playing for the St. Louis Cardinals of the Major League Baseball. The talented young baseball star made his MLB debut in 2017 and left an impression on all Major League Baseball.

Harrison played for a number of Minor League teams to gradually improve his baseball skills before joining the Major Baseball Leagues. Besides being an excellent baseball player, Harrison is also a known person in the fashion industry. Moreover, Harrison also got nominated for the biggest award named ‘Global Globe award’ only at the age of 26.

Harrison Bader's Net Worth

As of 2024, Harrison Bader's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.

Net Worth$3 million
Famous NameHarrison Bader
Source(s) of FameBaseball Player
Date of BirthJune 3, 1994
Place of BirthBronxville, New York, United States
RelationshipsSingle, ,
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Early Life

Harrison and his sister ‘Sasha Bader’ took birth in the United States. Since Harrison dreamt of being a player in the Major Baseball Leagues, he found a supportive and concerned family behind him standing throughout his tenure. Even knowing his interest, Harrison’s father pushed him for batting practice when he was hardly five years old. At the ‘Horace Mann School’ of Bronxville, Harrison played as a member of the high school baseball team.

Furthermore, Harrison played as a football player for three colleges. Later, he joined ‘The University of Pittsburgh’ which he left without signing any documents due to some personal issues. Then he enrolled in the University of Maryland and left that university because they were not offering scholarships. Finally, Harrison got admission to the University of Florida by considering a partial scholarship.

Career Highlights

Though the young baseball star started his sports career in his childhood but officially got his first Major Baseball League hit on July 25, 2017. In the Major League Baseball draft of 2015, the St. Louis Cardinals selected Harrison Bader who made his first professional debut by hitting two home runs in his first game. He started the 2016 period along with the Springfield Cardinals of the Class AA Texas League, and due to his excellent performance, he made ‘Springfield Club Record.

Additionally, in the All-Star Games of the Texas League, Harrison was named an outfielder by scoring a double run on four hits in five at-base. Harrison finished 2016 by winning the award of ‘Minor League Player of the Year’. After that, he got assigned to the Glendale Desert Dogs of the Arizona Fall League. In 2017 Harrison was sponsored by the Cardinals to play Major Leagues as a replacement for injured Dexter Fowler. Due to his excellent performance, the Cardinals won that season by 11-6 over an opposite team of San Francisco Giants. After that season, Harrison was awarded the title ‘Minor League Player of the year’ by the Cardinals.

Later in 2018, he was promoted as one of the best players who played Major League, and he was also ranked as the Cardinals’ fifth-best prospect by MLB.com. By competing opposite teams, he became the fourth MLB outfielder with 19 Defensive Runs Saved. In 2019 Harrison got his first biggest achievement by receiving the title ‘Gold Glove’. In 2021, due to his commendable performance again, he won the title ‘Golden Glove Award’ again.

Personal Life

Harrison has a supporting family, including a sister Sasha. Harrison’s father is Jewish by sect, while his mother has Italian nationality. Moreover, from his mother’s side, Harrison is the first cousin of Vampire Weekend and a distant cousin of famous actors ‘Happy Days’ and ‘Scott Baio .’Additionally, Harrison is still single and is not dating anyone.

Social Media

According to the sources, Harrison Bader is a social media activist who likes updating his fans through Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. He has 62.2k followers on Twitter and 157k followers on Instagram.


Harrison Bader is a famous baseball star who has achieved so much that no other baseball player could ever achieve in their life. In 2022 Harrison and the Cardinals decided on a two-year deal with a net worth of $10.4 million to sidestep the arbitration. He earned not only fame through his bright career but also net worth of 3 million dollars at the very little age of 26.