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Farrah Lester (Jon Lester’s Wife) Bio, Age, Husband, Children and Net Worth
January 12, 2022
Who is Jon Lester’s Wife?
Farrah Lester is well known for being the wife of Jon Lester, an American former professional baseball pitcher. Jon has played in Major League Baseball for the Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, Washington Nationals and St. Louis Cardinals.
Jon Lester’s Wife
Farrah and Jon Lester married on January 9, 2009 a year after Lester finished his first full season in the majors and pitched a no-hitter while leading the Red Sox to their second straight appearance in the ALCS. Farrah was a nursing student in South Carolina when she met Jon.
Jon Lester’s Children
Jon Lester is blessed with two beautiful children, Hudson, who was born in 2010, and Walker, born in 2013, the year the Sox won their third World Series title in 10 years and second of Lester’s career.
Jon Lester Net Worth
Lester has an estimated net worth of $50 Million U.S dollars.
Jon Lester Retirement
Three-time World Series champion and 200-game winner Jon Lester is retiring after a 16-year career.
Lester, 38, told ESPN that his body just isn’t up for the rigors of a major league season anymore. He made 30 or more starts 12 times during his career and 28 during his final season split between the Washington Nationals and St. Louis Cardinals.
His résumé includes five All-Star appearances and a 2.51 postseason ERA.
“It’s kind of run its course,” Lester said. “It’s getting harder for me physically. The little things that come up throughout the year turned into bigger things that hinder your performance.
“I’d like to think I’m a halfway decent self-evaluator. I don’t want someone else telling me I can’t do this anymore. I want to be able to hand my jersey over and say, ‘Thank you, it’s been fun.’ That’s probably the biggest deciding factor.”
Lester leaves a legacy of postseason success. He won two World Series titles with the Boston Red Sox in 2007 and 2013 and a third ring with the Chicago Cubs in 2016, helping break a 108-year title drought. Additional playoff appearances in 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018 made him an October fixture.