Justin Bour Bio: Wife, Net Worth, Team, Contract & MLB

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The famous “Bourtobello Crushroom” or “The Bourtician” Justin Bour is an American professional baseball athlete. He made his very first MLB debut in 2014, playing alongside the Miami Marlins.

He has played alongside various famous teams like Chicago Cubs, Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Angels, and Hanshin Tigers with his exceptional skills.

Currently, Justin Bour plays as the first baseman for the LG Twins of the Korea Baseball Organization.

Justin Bour
Justin Bour

Furthermore, let’s dive a little deeper into Justin Bour’s early life, net worth, contracts, and all about his wife and children.

First, let’s look into some quick facts.

Quick Facts:

Full Name Justin James Bour
Birth Date May 28, 1988
Birth Place Washington, D.C.
Age 35 Years Old
Nickname “Bourtobello Crushroom,” “The Bourtician”
Religion Not Available
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Education Westfield High School, George Mason University
Horoscope Gemini
Father’s Name Jim Bour
Mother’s Name Tracey Bour
Siblings Jason Bour, Jenna Bour Clay
Height 6’4” (193 m)
Weight 122 kgs
Build Athletic
Shoe Size Not Available
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Brown
Position First-baseman, Infielder
League MLB
Team Hanshin Tigers
Number 41
Marital Status Married
Spouse Hayley Milon Bour
Children James Charles Bour
Profession Professional Baseball Athlete
Debut May 6, 2014
Former Teams  Chicago Cubs
Miami Marlins
Philadelphia Phillies
Los Angeles Angels
Hanshin Tigers
San Francisco Giants
Current Team LG Twins
Jersey number #44 (LG Twins), #41 (San Francisco Giants)
Net Worth $3 million
Career Highlights & Awards NL Rookie of the month – September 2015
Social Media Twitter, Instagram
Merch Plaques and Collages, Rookie card, Autograph photo
Last Update May, 2024

Justin Bour | Early Life, Family, & Education

Justin Bour “Bourtobello Crushroom,” “The Bourtician,” was born on May 28, 1988, in Washington, D.C, to his parents Jim Bour and Tracey Bour. 

The Secret Service employed Justin’s father, Jim Bour, and assigned him mainly for the presidential detail. He played volleyball during his college days.

Whereas Justin’s mother, Tracey Bour, played softball and volleyball during her college days. Moreover, Justin has two siblings, Jason Bour and Jenna Bour.

Jason, just like his younger brother, is a baseball player. The Cincinnati Reds drafted him in the 23rd round in 2007.

Also, Jason has a record of having the 12th highest batting average in the school’s history. Undoubtedly, both of the Bour brothers have phenomenal talent in baseball.

According to the zodiac, Justin is a Gemini. Geminis are mostly outgoing, adaptive, and intelligent.

We can unquestionably classify all of these traits in Bour during his career as a professional baseball athlete.

Age, Height, and Body Measurements

Moreover, Justin turned 35 Years Old in 2024.

Likewise, he stands at the height of 6’4” (193m) and weighs 122 kgs. In addition to that possesses an athletic body frame.


As for his education, Justin attended Westfield High School in Chantilly, Virginia. He had been playing baseball since his high school days as a pitcher and first base.

Bour helped lead his high school team to a division title. During the division title games, he was named Honorable Mention All-Met selection in his junior year in 2005.

Justin was also named First Team All-Met, while his high school won the division title. Later, Bour also earned First-Team All-Met honors in 2006.

On the other hand, Justin attended George Mason University, located in Fairfax, Virginia. His mother, father, and older brother Jason also went to the same university.

Justin Bour | College career

While attending George Mason University, Justin created his legacy, where he had 1,273 putouts that placed him first in the category among other players. He tied for second with 46 career home runs.

With 187 RBIs placing him at third position, 404 total bases placing him fourth, fielding percentage of .986 placing him fifth, slugging performance of .621 placing him in the sixth position, and lastly, with .347 batting average placing him in 11th position.

Justin achieved a lot during his three years at University. On March 6, 2007, he set a school record as he hit two grand slams,9 RBIs with a 28-1 victory against the Coppin State.

During 2008, Bour participated in collegiate summer baseball with the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League.

Justin with his brother, sister-in-law and niece
Justin with his brother, sister-in-law, and nephew 

These records and his hard work paid off as it led to Justin being drafted by the Chicago Cubs during the 25th 2009 Major Amateur Draft.

George Mason has many exceptional players that were signed or drafted, him being one of them. Justin still goes to the university to practice during the offseason.

Justin Bour | Professional Career

Chicago Cubs

After being drafted by the Chicago Cubs, Justin made his way through the Chicago Cubs minor league organization.

His talents peaked during 2012 games against the Double-A Tennessee Smokies.

Moreover, during the minor league, Bour achieved the name Southern League Postseason All-Star team.

He hit 16 home runs with Smokies but was blocked on the roster for first base by Anthony Rizzo during the second half of the following season.

Miami Marlins

In December 2013, Marlins drafted Bour in the Rule 5 draft. Also, he was called for the major games on June 1, 2014.

He proved his true talents while playing for the Marlins in the 2014 games and performed exceptionally well in the 2015 games.

Justin made the headlines by breaking Shelby Miller’s no-hit bid playing in at the Marlins Park with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning on May 17, 2015.

He also made consecutive home runs in four games straight, from June 30- July 3, 2015, and as a result, became the eighth Marlin in the franchise to ever accomplish the milestone.

Justin Bour playing in action
Justin Bour playing in action inside the field.

In October, Bour achieved the title of National League Rookie of the Month for September.

The production of 13 home runs and 46 runs by Justin helped balance the power-hitting that the Miami Marlins lost after Giancarlo Stanton’s injury in June.

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Apart from that, Justin led the Miami Marlins with 73 RBIs and 23 home runs, eventually placing him second behind Stanton in the season.

He became a regular in the Marlins lineup during 2016 after finishing fifth in the National League Rookie of the Year.

2016 Season

As soon as Bour joined the team full-time, he started strong by hitting 15 home runs and 46 RBIs by the end of June.

His continuous streak ended when Justin injured his ankle on June 2 while playing against Atlanta Braves, placing him on the disabled list on July 6.

After his injury, Justin returned to the Marlins at the beginning of August and participated in infield and batting practice.

Since the 15 days disabled leave turned into a 60-day disabled leave for Bour, he did not return to the team until September 6.

2017 Season

Bour had a successful season in 2017 for his Major League career, where he stole a base against the Arizona Diamondbacks, including the second base.

Justin was also invited by the 2017 Home Run Derby to participate in the Home Run Derby games.

He used his famous doughnut power during his home run derby competition and was even given doughnuts by his teammate Stanton.

During the competition, he hit 22 home runs in the first round, setting a record for the fourth-most home runs in that round but was later knocked out by Aaron Judge in the competition, who hit 23 home runs.

Later, he finished the season with 25 home runs and 83 RBIs.

Philadelphia Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies acquired Bour under cash considerations from the Miami Marlins for minor league LHP on August 10,2018.

He was a bench player for the Phillies. After the 2018 season, Bour was put through waivers, removing him from their 40-man roster.

The Philadelphia Phillies did not tender Justin a contract offer, and as a result, he was considered a free agent.

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Los Angeles Angels

The Los Angeles Angels tendered Bour a one-year contract worth $2.5 million on December 15, 2018.

Baseball Blunder

In April 2018, the baseball industry witnessed one of the cutest baseball blunders, as showcased by Justin Bour.

During the match Los Angeles Angels-Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field, Bour had everyone in awe when he made a blunder. 

Back then, Justin was featured as Angel’s first baseman with Cubs’ right fielder Ben Zobrist.

Following it, the first base he threw bounced off Bour’s cleats to the backstop. Likewise, his second base was caught by catcher Willson Contreras. 

All in all, Bour was called safe; however, Bour walked away, and Javier Baez was following after thinking he was out.

Therefore, it left everyone in confusion, and those 20 seconds pulled out pure chaos. In the end, Bour was able to lead the team on to win the game 6-5. 

Hanshin Tigers

Justin signed with the Hanshin Tigers of the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) on December 14, 2019.

San Francisco Giants

Justin Bour signed a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants organization on March 2, 2021. Later, he was assigned to the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats.

LG Twins

The professional baseball player signed with the LG Twins of the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) on June 27, 2021.

Justin Bour | Career stats

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Philadelphia Phillies
Miami Marlins
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Justin Bour | Salary and Net Worth

Looking back at Bour’s last contract details, his 2014’s average salary is estimated to be around $500,000. 

During 2015, his salary increased to $507,500. Likewise, it grew to $552,500 in 2017.

Justin’s contract was worth $2,449,440 in the year 2018, and currently, in the year 2024, he is signed with the Hanshin Tigers with a deal worth $2.5 million.

Likewise, Justin Bour’s net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.

You can find the latest stats, scouting reports, rankings, and much more information about  Justin Bour on Baseball America.

Justin Bour | Wife and Children

Handsome Justin Bour, famous as the “Bourtobello Crushroom,” was always very private about his relationship.

However, there were rumors about his affair with the renowned reporter Hayley Milon now Hayley Milon Bour.

Their relationship came to light in the public eye when Justin proposed to Hayley and posted it on his Instagram on April 20, 2018.

Justin bour with his wife
Justin Bour with his wife.

The couple tied the knot on December 6, 2018. Justin and his wife Hayley announced their pregnancy on March 13, 2019.

Further on August 19, 2019, their beautiful baby boy James Charles Bour “Jimmy,” was born.

You can find the latest stats, Fantasy Profile, game log, play log, graphs, and much more information about Justin Bour on the Fangraphs website.

Social Media Presence:

Justin Bour is quite active on his social media. He usually posts about his game highlights and the beautiful moments with his family and dogs on his Instagram.

Apparently, his Instagram handle goes by his real name, Justin Bour (@bour41), and he has around 45.6K followers.

He also has a Twitter handle that goes by his real name Justin Bour (@bour41), with around 24.6K followers in total.

Interesting Facts About Justin Bour

  1. Justin is a dog lover. We can see him posting a lot about his dog on his social media.

2. Justin loves kids. We can see that through his social media, where he often posted about his nieces and nephews. Besides, he has also volunteered to teach young children baseball number of occasions.

3. Apart from baseball, Justin is interested in shooting.

Some FAQs:

What team does Justin Bour Play?

Justin Bour is currently playing with the  LG Twins of the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO). They signed a contract on June 27, 2021.

What position does Justin Bour play in?

Justin Bour currently plays as the first baseman for the LG Twins.

What happened between Justin and the Marlins?

Justin Bour was involved in an arbitration case with the Marlins during the 2018 off-season games. Justin won his case, and hence, his salary for 2018 got settled by both parties at $3.4 million. 

How much is Justin Bour LG Twins contract worth?

Justin Bour signed a one-year contract with the LG Twins worth $350,000.

What is Justin Bour’s average batting?

Justin Bour has an average batting of 0.253.

Is Justin Bour injured?

No, Justin Bour is not currently injured. However, he had an ankle injury during the 2016 season while playing for the Miami Marlins.

Where did Miami Marlins trade Justin Bour?

The Miami Marlins traded Justin Bour to the professional baseball team Philadelphia Phillies.

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