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Amy Goldschmidt Biography; Explore her Personal and Professional Life

Amy Goldschmidt Biography; Explore her Personal and Professional Life

Facts of Amy Goldschmidt

Full Name: Amy Goldschmidt
Gender: Female
Country: United States
HusbandPaul Goldschmidt
Eye ColorHazel Blue
Hair ColorDark Brown
KidsJake Goldschmidt
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Amy Goldschmidt is popular as the celebrity wife of Paul Goldschmidt. Her husband is an American professional baseball first baseman.

Who is Amy Goldschmidt Husband?

Amy Goldschmidt’s husband Paul GoldschmidtGoldy” is an American professional baseball first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball (MLB). In the year 2011, he made his MLB debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He played baseball for The Woodlands High School and Texas State Bobcats prior to playing professionally.

Amy Goldschmidt's Husband
Caption: Amy Goldschmidt’s Husband (Photo: Pinterest)

Similarly, he got selected for Diamondbacks in the eighth round of the 2009 MLB draft after playing at Texas State. He came into the limelight through the minor leagues, reaching the major leagues on August 1, 2011. During the 2018-2019 offseason, the Diamondbacks traded him to the Cardinals.

Goldschmidt also became a six-time MLB All-Star. During the 2013 season, he led the National League in home runs and runs batted. Similarly, he has won the National League (NL) Hank Aaron Award, Gold Glove Award, and Silver Slugger Award. In the years 2013 and 2015, he has twice finished runner-up for the NL Major League Baseball Most Valuable Player Award.

Amy & Paul love story

Amy & Paul met when they attended college at Texas State. She is also played on the college golf team. However, there is not much information revealed about their love story. Her husband also admitted years ago but she was way better than him.

Amy also appeared in the interview with Fox Sports. In the interview, with five other Diamondback player wives, she was also there. The friendships they formed together. Similarly, all agreed it’s great to be able to travel together and bring their kids. Also, she mentioned that mothers’ lookout for all the kids.

Amy & Paul Married in 2010 & Kids

The couple married in 2010 after dating for several years. However, the wedding date and venue information are missing. They maintain a very good relationship and together in ups and downs of life. After the 5 years of their married life, the couple blessed with their first son Jake Goldschmidt born in 2015.

Amy Goldschmidt with her husband and kid
Caption: Amy Goldschmidt with her husband and kid

The couple both are taking care of their son. In an interview with ABC Arizona, 

Amy said she thinks their son is more of a mama’s boy because he spends so much more time with her than with Paul. He appeared not to like to hear that, although it does make sense.

As new parents, the couple talks about raising their son in a homely environment.

What is Amy Goldschmidt Net Worth and Salary as of 2022?

Amy’s husband has a net worth of $4.5 million as of 2022 earned from his professional career. However, his base salary in the year 2018 was $11 million. Previously, he earned a base salary of $8.75 million and $5.75 million in 2017 and 2016 respectively.

Her husband Career Statistics

  • During Paul three-year-long college career, set records for home runs (36), doubles (45), walks (110), and RBI (369) at Texas State before catching the attention of major league coaches and turning professional player.
  • Goldschmidt went on to become the first Texas State position player to play in the Major League.
Amy Goldschmidt with her husband
Caption: Amy Goldschmidt with her husband (Photo: Zimbo)
  • After being drafted by the Diamondbacks and played in the minor leagues. Overall though his two and a half minor league seasons, managed a batting average of .317 with a .407 on-base percentage and 83 home runs.
  • So far, throughout his 8-year long major league career, he has played 1013 games, managing a batting average of 296 with 193 home runs and 669 RBIs.