Sharon Logonov is known for being the ex-wife of MLB Hall of Famer, Chipper Jones. She was the second wife of the baseball legend and is the mother of his three sons, Larry, Tristen, and Shea Jones.
Sharon Logonov is known for having been previously married to Chipper Jones. Jones is a retired baseball superstar who used to play for the Atlanta Braves and was known for his exceptional hitting ability and considered one of the most feared hitters of his era.
Logonov’s net worth has been estimated to be $500,000. He shares three sons with Jones named, Larry Wayne Jones III, Tristen Jones, and Shea Jones. Chipper today is married to a woman named, Taylor Higgins. She stands at the height of 5 Feet and 7 Inches (173 cm) and has a body weight of 132 lbs (60 kg).
Was Married To Chipper Jones
Sharon Logonov was married to baseball legend, Chipper Jones. The former couples were husband and wife for more than two decades. They had walked down the aisle on March 26, 2000, before ending their marriage on November 16, 2012. They had wed in Kissimmee, Florida, the place where Jones grew up.
The reason for Logonov and Jones’s divorce is yet to be known as it has not been disclosed to the public. Since the divorce, she has lived a low-profile life and has not provided any information to the media regarding her relationship.
Net Worth Of Sharon Logonov
Sharon Logonov’s net worth is estimated to be around $500,000, similar to Emma Hunton’s. She has maintained a very low profile without revealing much about herself and that includes her income source. Besides that, she has kept information on divorce settlement fees under wraps.
Logonov’s ex-husband, Chipper Jones is a really rich man having an estimated net worth of $110 Million. He made most of the money during his playing days with the Atlanta Braves and was once also on a six-year contract of $90 million with the club.
Besides that, Jones has worked as a commentator for various networks, including ESPN and Fox Sports South. He has bought and sold several properties over the years, including a $3.75 million mansion in Roswell, Georgia.
Mother Of Three Sons
Logonov and Jones, who are no longer in a married relationship are still connected because of their kids. They have three sons that they are proud of. The names of their sons are Larry Wayne Jones III, Tristen Jones, and Shea Jones.
Larry is the oldest of the three having been born in 2000 as per Jones’s IMDb page. He popularly goes by the name, Trey. Shea, their second child was born four years later in 2004 and the youngest Tris was born the following year, 2005.
A little fact about Logonov’s second son, Shea is that he was named by Jones after a stadium. Cut 4 has mentioned in their article that he chose this name because of his success in the Shea Stadium, the home ground of the New York Mets, his rival during his playing days.
Sharon Logonov Isn’t Jones’s First Wife
Chipper Jones had already exchanged his wedding vows with someone before Sharon Logonov. Her name is Karin Fulford. They had gotten hitched on September 12, 1992, and ended their marriage on January 2000. Unlike the divorce with Logonov, the reason behind their marriage ending is well known and it was due to Jones cheating.
Jones’s cheating is no secret as he had also publicly apologized to his first wife for it. He had engaged in an extramarital affair with a waitress from Hooters. And, he had been doing it for 18 months. Things only got worse, when she discovered he also had a son with her in 1997. The child was named Matthew Jones.
Despite everything, it seems like, Fulford has forgiven Jones as she publicly congratulated him when he got inducted into the Hall of Fame. This wasn’t the only time he had broken her heart as they had gone through therapy but it didn’t work in the end.
Jones Has Moved On From Logonov
While Sharon Logonov has been quiet about her relationship status, her famous ex-husband, Chipper Jones has moved on and is married to another woman. Her name is Taylor Higgins and they have been a wedded pair since, June 15, 2015.
Higgins used to work as a model for Playboy. She is also the stepmother to Logonov’s three sons. Their love is visibly apparent as they frequently post about each other on social media, showcasing their unwavering commitment and devotion to their relationship.
Logonov wasn’t Popular Among Jones’s Parents
Logonov didn’t make the best impression on Jones’s family as the former Atlanta Braves player has revealed that she wasn’t liked by his family and friends. He brought it up while talking about his current wife, Higgins.
In an interview published in Jacksonville, Jones, in his words said that his parents had significant reservations and concerns about her. The same thing also goes for his first wife, Fulford. However, the opposite is the case with his current wife, Higgins as in the same interview, he said that his parents love her.
Logonov’s ex-husband, Jones also revealed that throughout his 12-year marriage to her, it was a rare occasion for his parents to have dinner with them, occurring perhaps only once annually during the holiday season. The exact reasons for this infrequency remain to be known, but it’s speculated that her relations with her in-laws may have caused this.
About Logonov’s Ex-Husband, Chipper Jones
Larry Wayne “Chipper” Jones Jr., better known as Chipper Jones, is a retired American professional baseball player who spent his entire 19-year career with the Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball (MLB). Born on April 24, 1972, in DeLand, Florida, Jones was a standout baseball player at Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida.
Jones was selected first overall by the Braves in the 1990 MLB draft and made his MLB debut in 1993. He was a switch-hitter and played primarily as a third baseman but also spent some time as a left fielder. Throughout his career, he was named an All-Star eight times, won the National League (NL) Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award in 1999, and helped lead the Braves to a World Series championship in 1995.
Jones was known for his impressive offensive abilities, finishing his career with a .303 batting average, 468 home runs, and 1,623 runs batted in (RBIs). He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2018, his first year of eligibility.
Jones despite having a brilliant career is also disliked by some because of some of his actions. His cheating on his first wife already made him unpopular among a few people. Besides that, he has also been an anti-vaxxer and has previously called the Sandy Hook school shooting fake, making him a disliked celebrity by some.
Check Out the Featured Biography for more bios.