|About Chelsea Nimmo|
|Known As||Chelsea Bradley|
|Birth||July 30, 1995 Georgia|
|Spouse||Brandon Nimmo (2017-present)|
|Parents||Lori Daniel Bradley (Mother)|
|Alumni||Valdosta State University|
Brandon Nimmo’s free agency has led to rumors about which franchise he will sign with next. And the attention is not only on the former New York Mets outfielder but also on his personal life. Brandon Nimmo’s wife, Chelsea Nimmo, has been private on social media after a controversy. Now other fans want to know more about who this WAG is. The MLB pro only shared glimpses of their relationship with social media followers. We delve more into her background and their marriage in this Chelsea Nimmo wiki.
Chelsea Nimmo’s Family
Chelsea Nimmo (nee Bradley) was born on July 30, 1995, and hails from Savannah, Georgia. She is the daughter of Lori Daniel Bradley.
Her mother is a former paramedic. She is currently living in Florida.
Chelsea Nimmo’s Education and Career
Chelsea Nimmo attended Valdosta State University in Georgia from 2013 to 2017. She graduated with a BS in Nursing and is a registered nurse.
In 2018, she worked as an orthopedic trauma/surgical in-patient unit nurse at a New York hospital. She was then employed as a registered nurse at NYC Health + Hospital, the largest municipal health care system in the U.S., between 2018 and 2019.
As of 2020, Chelsea Nimmo is an ER/mobile IV nurse. She provides in-home IV therapy.
Chelsea Nimmo and Brandon Nimmo’s Relationship
The couple met when the outfielder was playing for the Savannah Sand Gnats, a Mets minor league affiliate, in 2013. The following year, Chelsea was in St. Lucie when the baseball pro was playing in the Florida State League. They reconnected via social media and have been together since.
On November 10, 2017, they married in Savannah, where they first met. A total of 66 of their closest family and friends were present at the nuptials, including a couple of Brandon Nimmo’s teammates.
The outfielder had a health scare in 2020, when a routine check-up turned up an irregular heartbeat. He had known about his condition since 2016 but went through a round of tests for fans and the media before getting a clean bill of health to return to practice.
Meanwhile, Chelsea Nimmo took to social media, assuring Mets Nation that her husband is fine and he only wants to keep playing. According to experts back then, Brandon Nimmo’s condition is common in athletes, and his heart has adapted to his physical exertion.