He played his entire career with Red Sox starting from 1997 to 2011.He was born on Sep 24 1997 and is currently at the age of 44. He is American player who belongs to white ethnicity is white.
Early Years In 1984, Jason Varitek participated and performed in the 1984 Little League World Series. He went to Lake Brantley High School, where he played for his school team. S Olympic team and manage to wins Dick Howser Trophy for National Collegiate Player of the Year.
Upon high school graduation, he attended Georgia Tech where he played for the Yellow Jackets baseball team and helped his team to win the 1994 College World Series.
In the year 1997, he was assigned by the Boston Red Sox.
He spent his entire NFL career with Boston Red Sox.
Only three players — Hall of Famers Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, and Jim Rice — have spent more time with the team without playing for another franchise.“He cares about us as an organization, how we’re perceived,’’ manager Terry Francona said. He’s special.’’“I’ve learned how to communicate a lot better. It’s been a fun transition.’’“Whenever you have tough times in your life, you come out one way or another,’’ Beckett said.
“It means something to him that we play the game the right way. “You either learn a lot or you feel sorry for yourself.
On Sep 27, 2012, he had been appointed as an assistant general manager.
Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington appointed him.
He played with Boston Red Sox for fourteen seasons. Numerous awards and rewards have honored Jason Varitek for his professional achievements. His first wife was Karen Mullinax with whom he married after having an affair in 1996.
In the year 1994, Golden Spikes Award, Rotary Smith Award, and Dick Howser Trophy honored him. Currently, they are not living together as a husband and a wife.
We’ll forever have to be a part of each other’s lives in raising these kids.’’“It’s a huge responsibility for me and a huge part even for her,’’ he said. My kids couldn’t have been happier than when I told them what was going to transpire and called them after.