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Al Bumbry’s Son, Steven Bumbry, is a Star Baseball Player for Dulaney High School

Steven Bumbry, Al Bumbry’s son, is an outstanding baseball player at Dulaney High School who is drawing the attention of professional scouts.

He made nine appearances for the Orioles during 1972 season and made one pinch hitter appearance as well as making an error at center field.

Early Life and Education

Steven Andrew Bumbry was born in Baltimore, Maryland. As a youth, Bumbry played baseball at Ralph Bunche High School on a basketball scholarship before attending Virginia State University on an academic scholarship. Bumbry was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 11th round of their 1968 amateur draft; later that same year he made his professional debut playing for Stockton Ports of Class A California League before serving in United States Army as platoon leader during Vietnam war, earning himself a Bronze Star medal award.

He returned to baseball as a September call-up with the Baltimore Orioles in 1972, eventually becoming a regular in center field and winning four AL East titles and two American League pennants during his eleven-year run with them.

Professional Career

Bumbry was an Orioles outfield regular during the late 1970s and 1980s. He played 14 major league seasons, collecting over one thousand hits while also becoming known for his speed; stealing 254 bases over his career.

Bumbry played on Orioles teams that won four AL East titles and two American League Pennants; however, he is most infamous for making an error that allowed Rod Carew to score and cost his team the series victory in 1979.

Since retiring from baseball, he has served as co-founder of Bee Well Living, a company which makes CBD products. Additionally, he works as both yoga instructor and massage therapist, using CBD products for pain, mood disorders and muscle spasms.

Achievement and Honors

Bumbry was honored to be honored by both the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame and Virginia Sports Hall of Fame, earning himself both accolades during his life. Bumbry served in Vietnam with the US Army, earning himself a Bronze Star. Later he coached minor league baseball for both Orioles and Indians minor league clubs before co-owning a sports memorabilia store in Baltimore.

His son Steven played outfield for six seasons in professional baseball before being sidelined due to injuries. Initially drafted by the Orioles and twice reaching AA Bowie before succumbing.

Al Bumbry will participate in the Brooks Robinson Golf Classic on July 27 at Royal Manchester, benefiting York City Little League and York County YMCA. Other notable participants will include Orioles legend Dave Johnson and Revolution co-owner Ross Grimsley.

Personal Life

Steven Bumbry was drafted by the Orioles in 2009 but never made it out of the minor leagues due to a series of injuries including herniated disks and concussions before retiring from professional baseball in 2014.

After his baseball career had concluded, he served in the U.S. Army for two years as platoon leader during combat operations and earned a Bronze Star Medal. Later he was hired as Orioles coach for one season (1993-1995).

Steven Bumbry is an entrepreneur, massage therapist, and yoga teacher whose deep passion for living and teaching holistically drives everything he does. He finds great fulfillment working directly with clients; teaching others in his fields; and certifying others.

Net Worth

Bumbry amassed significant wealth during his professional career and currently boasts an estimated net worth of $10 Million. Even after retiring from MLB, his wealth and lifestyle remain intact.

Once his baseball career had concluded, he transitioned into becoming a yoga instructor and licensed massage therapist, in addition to starting up a business that highlights the advantages of CBD products.

He is the son of Carol Clements and Al Bumbry and has two children – Steven being part of both organizations – currently playing for Baltimore Orioles organization as a player/coach and coaching staff member of Cleveland Indians coaching staff, earning him his degree in Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Technology Management while currently attending University of Maryland College Park as a full-time student.

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