Shea Hillenbrand is an American former baseball player who played in MLB for Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers. As of 2018, Shea Hillenbrand net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.
Born on July 27, 1975 in Mesa, Arizona, Shea played minor league for the Low-A Lowell Spinners in the New York-Penn League. In 1997, he was promoted to Sarasota Red Sox of the Florida State League and was promoted again to the Michigan Battle Cats of the Midwest League.
Hillenbrand signed with Boston Red Sox in 2001. He played 139 games for the Sox in his rookie season but had the lowest range factor among all the AL third baseman (2.46). In 2002, he came back stronger hitting 20 home runs with a .330 on base percentage and .459 sluggish average. As a result of that, he earned the starting third base in the All Star Game.
In 2003, due to some controversy, Shea was transferred to Arizona Diamondbacks. He finished his first season with Arizona with a combined .280 batting average and career high in RBI (97) and home runs (20). Next year, he hit a career high .310 with 15 home runs and 80 RBI over 148 games.
Hillenbrand then moved to Toronto Blue Jays in 2005 where he stayed there for only one year. In 2006, he then moved to San Francisco Giants and then Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim the year later. In 2007, he was then transferred to Los Angeles Dodgers.
Regarding his personal life, She has three adopted children from his first marriage, Austin, Dakota and Noah. He first married Jessica Rice in 1997 and then divorced in 2012. Hillenbrand then got married for second time in 2014. Through his second marriage, he has two stepchildren.