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On May 10, 1987, Brayan Villarreal was born in La Guaira, Venezuela. Find out the latest information about Brayan Villarreal’s job, family, dating/affairs, height, age, and physical attributes. Find Out How Much Money He Has This Year and How Much He Spends? Discover how, at the age of 36, he made the majority of his net worth as well.

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Age36 years old
Net Worth $1 Million – $5 Million
Zodiac SignTaurus
Born10 May, 1987
Birthday10 May
BirthplaceLa Guaira, Venezuela

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Brayan Villarreal Height, Weight & Measurements

Brayan Villarreal is 36 years old, 1.83 meters tall, and weighs 77 kg.

Physical Status

Height1.83 m
Weight77 kg
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Dating & Relationship status

As of right now, he is unmarried. He’s not in a relationship. Regarding His prior relationships and engagements, we don’t know a lot. Our databn/aase indicates that he is childless.




In a three-team deal that sent José Iglesias to the Detroit Tigers, Francellis Montas and Avisail García to the Chicago White Sox, and Villarreal to the Boston Red Sox, on July 30, 2013, Jake Peavy was also transferred. On January 22, 2014, he was designated for assignment by the Red Sox.

It was at the championship ring ceremony at Fenway Park in April 2014 when Villarreal, despite throwing just four pitches for the Red Sox in 2013 (a walk-off, bases-loaded walk against the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park), was awarded a 2013 World Series ring. At the end of the 2014 season, he was a free agent.

Three armed robbers raided Villarreal’s family home in Venezuela in March 2013, threatening to abduct his relatives in the future. A neighbor reported suspicious activity to the police. When the police came, the thieves had already beaten Villarreal’s father and had threatened to murder his mother and younger brother if they made any disturbance.

On April 8, 2012, Doug Fister’s side injury put him on the disabled list, and Villarreal was called up from Triple-A Toledo. Villarreal had thrown one inning for Toledo. Villareal has a 3–5 record with a 2.63 ERA, 66 strikeouts, and nine holds in 54.3 innings pitched. He was left off of the Tigers’ postseason roster, which went on to win the American League pennant. He has in the minors

a 1.29 ERA in eight relief appearances that year.

Villarreal made the Tigers out of spring training in 2011, bypassing the Triple-A level. He made his major league debut on April 2 against the New York Yankees.

On April 12, 2011, Villarreal achieved a rare feat. Entering the game with a man on first and two outs, he picked off the runner immediately. With that, Villarreal recorded a hold without throwing a single pitch.

He spent 16 games at the major league level in 2011, going 1–1 with a 6.75 ERA. In 16 innings, he allowed 21 hits and 10 walks, while striking out 14 batters. He spent much of the season in the minor leagues, going 3–5 with a 5.05 ERA in 17 games (10 starts) for Triple-A Toledo.

10 games) with Toledo of the Triple-A.

After the 2009, 2010, and 2011 seasons, Villarreal was listed by Baseball America as one of the top 20 Tigers prospects.

In 2006, Villarreal signed a contract with the Detroit Tigers to start his professional career. He pitched for the VSL Marlins/Tigers, going 0–2 in 14 games (five starts) with a 3.48 ERA. Although he only pitched in one game that season—for the GCL Tigers, with whom he went 0–0 with a 6.23 ERA—he transferred to the United States in 2007. He pitched for the West Michigan Whitecaps (one start) and GCL Tigers (eleven games, six starts) in 2008, going 1–6 overall with a 4.69 ERA. He made his pitching return to the Whitecaps in 2009, finishing 5–5 with a 2.87 ERA.

26 games (16 starts), 103 1/3 innings pitched, 118 hitters struck out. He played for the Lakeland Flying Tigers and the Erie SeaWolves in 2010 and was 7–8 in 24 starts with a 3.55 ERA between the two teams. In 129 1/3 innings pitched, he struck out 136 hitters.

Born on May 10, 1987, Brayan Rene Villarreal is a former professional baseball pitcher from Venezuela. He was a player with the Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers in Major League Baseball (MLB). He weighs 170 pounds and is 6’0″.
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