You will rarely see someone like this man who had loads of potential to make it big but injuries never favored him, and fate always had the upper hand in him. Cliff Floyd is the former Major League Baseball player who has 233 career home runs in spite of rarely getting a game time due to multiple injuries. The MLB star now gives his opinions as a game pundit on Sirius XM Radio.
Cliff is Engaged but What about His Marriage?
The baseball magician maintains a private life and doesn’t like to reveal anything about his personal life. But it is a known fact that he is in a long-term relationship with Mary Ann Manning.
The longtime couple met a long time ago in the early 2000s while Mary played in Toronto and has been dating ever since.
After dating for an extended period, the couple is now parent to three children two daughters, Bria, 13 and Layla, 9 and a son named Tobia, 11.Even after extending their family, there is no confirmed news of them getting married.
Though in an interview, he did mention that Mary is his fiancée and lives with him in Florida. Though the details of their engagement are yet to come in media, there is no doubt that the couple leads a peaceful life.
Caption: Floyd's Family on vacation on 29th June 2017
Recently the family had a vacation Sorrento, and Cliff posted the picture of his partner and children and captioned the photo “Perfection.”
Many wiki sources have claimed that the couple is married, and Cliff has accepted Mary as his wife, but the player is yet to make an official statement and clarify the situation. But he does mention his wife in many tweets which hint towards Mary being his wife.
Career Plagued with Injuries!
The highly talented star entered the scene as the three-sport maestro where he was equally competent in baseball, basketball, and football. He made baseball his professional career and fans were glad about his arrival.
He debuted in the major league in 1993 playing ten games, and his constant development caught the eyes of big clubs, but an injury to his hamstring in 2003 halted his progress. After his return to fitness in 2005, he recorded his career high stats with 34 home runs which were highest in his team.
In 2007, he signed a deal for Chicago Cubs but missed nine games due to unfortunate injury where he had a bone spur. After being released, he signed a $3 million contract with Tampa Bay Rays but was later released after just a season to show his real worth.
After being released by Padres on 8th October 2009, he debuted in a broadcasting career in Fox Sports Florida on 22nd February 2010. He currently hosts MLB Network Radio and Fantasy Sports Radio on SiriusXM.
How Much is Cliff’s Net Worth?
The baseball players are often known for their lavish lifestyle and inadequacy to manage their humongous salary, and Cliff is no different. After earning millions in his playing career, he featured in the show “Broke” since October 2012, which showcases players who summoned massive finance but blow their cash away.
The star now concentrates on resurrecting his broadcasting career after being broke and now possesses a decent net worth of $500,000.
A Short Bio of Cliff Floyd:
The MLB left fielder was born with the birth name Cornelius Clifford Floyd, Jr., graced the earth on 5th December 1972 which makes his age 44. As per his wiki, he was born in Chicago, Illinois to parents Olivia and Cornelius Clifford Floyd, Sr.
Cliff has a 13-year younger brother in Julius and an adopted sister named Shanta. His sister, Shanta died after a lengthy battle with cancer in 2006. Standing firmly at the height of 6 feet 4 inches, he maintains a buffed-up physique packed with raw power. Belonging to Afro-American ethnicity, he holds American nationality.