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Tzu-Wei Lin grew up on 15 February, 1994 in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. Find Tzu-Wei Lin’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 26 years of age.

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How old? 27 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 15 February 1994
Born day 15 February
Birthplace Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
Nationality Taiwan

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Tzu-Wei Lin How tall, Weight & Measurements

At 27 years of age. Tzu-Wei Lin height is 1.75 m and Weight 70 kg.

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Weight 70 kg
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Who Is Tzu-Wei Lin’s Wife?

His wife is Kai-Li (m. 2014)

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Tzu-Wei Lin income

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2021. So, how much is Tzu-Wei Lin worth at the age of 27 years of age. Tzu-Wei Lin’s income source is mostly from being a successful . Born and raised in Taiwan. We have estimated Tzu-Wei Lin’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

income in 2021 $1 Million – $5 Million
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income in 2019 Pending
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2019

Lin played for the Chinese Taipei national baseball team in the 2019 Asian Baseball Championship, appearing at second base, shortstop, and left field, as the team won its first title in 18 years.

In 2019, Lin was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket prior to Opening Day. He was called up on April 6, when Brock Holt went on the injured list, and optioned back to Pawtucket on April 9, when Dustin Pedroia was activated. Lin was recalled to Boston on April 19 along with Michael Chavis, as both Pedroia and Eduardo Núñez were placed on the injured list. With the 2019 Red Sox only carrying two catchers, manager Alex Cora stated that Lin would be the team’s emergency catcher. On May 1, against Oakland Athletics, Lin recorded his 35th MLB hit, passing Chin-Lung Hu for most MLB career hits by a Taiwanese player; the majority of Taiwanese players in MLB have been pitchers. On May 3, Lin was removed from a game against the Chicago White Sox after spraining his left knee while sliding into second base; he was placed on the injured list the next day. On June 17, his rehabilitation assignment with Pawtucket was halted due to a right shoulder impingement. He resumed his rehabilitation assignment on June 26, then was activated and optioned to Pawtucket on July 1. Overall during 2019, Lin appeared in 13 games with Boston, batting .200 with one RBI, while with Pawtucket he batted .246 with four home runs and 22 RBIs in 59 games.

2018

Lin started the 2018 season with Triple-A Pawtucket. He was called up to Boston on April 10, made 14 appearances while batting 6-for-32 (.188), and was optioned back to Pawtucket on May 8. After being sent back to Pawtucket, he had a 16-game hitting streak and raised his Triple-A average to .299 for the season. Lin was recalled to Boston on June 23, and sent back to Pawtucket on June 29; he appeared in two games (one start) and batted 0-for-5 during his week with the Red Sox. He was recalled again on July 12, appeared in three games (batting 2-for-7), and was optioned back to Triple-A on July 24. He was recalled by the Red Sox on July 29, made one defensive appearance, and was returned to Pawtucket on July 31. Lin was called up to Boston on September 1, when rosters expanded. He hit his first major league home run on September 21, against right-handed reliever Dan Otero of the Cleveland Indians, he became the third Taiwanese player homered in MLB history. Overall with the 2018 Red Sox, Lin appeared in 37 games, batting 16-for-65 (.246) with one home run and six RBIs. Lin was not included on Boston’s postseason roster, as the team went on to win the World Series over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

2017

The Red Sox promoted Lin to the major leagues on June 24, 2017, directly calling him up from Double-A. He made his MLB debut that day, as a pinch runner. He recorded his first major league hit during his first major league at bat on June 26, in a 4–1 victory against the Minnesota Twins. After initially wearing uniform number 73 for Boston, he switched to number 5 on July 14. On July 20, Lin was optioned to the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox after Brock Holt returned from injury. During his time in Pawtucket, Lin appeared in 35 games, batting .227 with two home runs and nine RBIs. He was later recalled to Boston in September.

Overall with the 2017 Red Sox, Lin appeared in 25 MLB games, batting 15-for-56 (.268) with no home runs and two RBIs; defensively, he played ten games at second base, six games at shortstop, and nine games at third base. Lin was not included on Boston’s postseason roster for the 2017 American League Division Series.

2012

In 2012, Lin agreed to sign a contract with the Boston Red Sox, the Yankees’ rivals, receiving a $2.05 million signing bonus, the largest bonus for a Taiwanese position player, the second largest bonus for a Taiwanese player behind Chin-Hui Tsao, and the third largest bonus for an Asian amateur after Tsao and Byung-hyun Kim.

Lin spent the 2012 season with the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Red Sox, batting .255 with no home runs and 16 RBIs in 29 games. With the Class A Short-Season Lowell Spinners in 2013, he batted .226 with one home run and 20 RBIs in 60 games. Lin played for the Class A Greenville Drive in 2014, batting .229 with one home run and 42 RBIs in 102 games. During 2015, Lin split time between the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox and the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs, playing in a total of 119 games while batting .251 with two home runs and 48 RBIs. He then spent the 2016 season with Double-A Portland, batting .223 with two home runs and 27 RBIs in 108 games. Early in the 2017 season, Lin appeared in 48 games with Double-A Portland, batting .302 with five home runs and 19 RBIs in 48 games.

2011

In the 2011 Asian Youth Baseball Championship, Lin was named best outfielder of the tournament as he played mostly in left field. He also had a catchy nickname, “The Tzunami”, because he would destroy opponents like a tsunami does to objects.

2010

Lin led Taiwan’s team to victory in the Junior League World Series in 2010. He played in the 2010 World Junior Baseball Championship, in which Taiwan won the championship. He led all players in the tournament in batting average (.607), on-base percentage (.656), and slugging percentage (.907). For his efforts, Lin was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, best hitter, and to the All-Tournament Team as a third baseman.

Lin agreed to sign a contract with the New York Yankees in 2010, when he was 16 years of age. for a signing bonus of $350,000. Though Lin was eligible to sign at the time, the Chinese Taipei Baseball Association threatened to ban Lin from playing or coaching in Taiwan if he signed before completing high school, leading Lin not to complete the deal.

1994

Tzu-Wei Lin (Chinese: 林子偉 ; born February 15 1994), is a Taiwanese baseball infielder for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB). He made his MLB debut in 2017. Nicknamed Tzunami in Taiwan, Lin has been touted as the next “Linsanity” after Jeremy Lin.