Albert Pujols Net Worth 2018: What is this baseball player worth?

Albert Pujols is a pro baseball player who plays First baseman for the Los Angeles Angels as # 5. Pujols was born on January 16, 1980, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. This page will take a closer look at Albert Pujols’s net worth.

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Albert Pujols Career, Earnings

Pujols bats Right and throws Right. Pujols debuted in the MLB on April 2, 2001 for the St. Louis Cardinals. In all, Pujols played for the St. Louis Cardinals, and Los Angeles Angels.

Some of Pujols’s most prominent statistics in the MLB included a Batting average stat of .304, a Hit stat of 3,010, and a Home runs stat of 620.

Albert Pujols Net Worth 2018

According to USA Today, Albert Pujols is under a 10 (2012-21) year contract worth a total of $240 million. Pujols is currently earning approximately $27 million per year.Over the years, Pujols earned $200,000 in 2001, $600,000 in 2002, $900,000 in 2003, $7 million in 2004, $11 million in 2005, $14 million in 2006, $13 million in 2007, $14 million in 2008, $14 million in 2009, $15 million in 2010, $15 million in 2011, $12 million in 2012, $16 million in 2013, $23 million in 2014, $24 million in 2015, $25 million in 2016, $26 million in 2017, and $27 million in 2018.

Player pay can range widely. In professional baseball, the average player earns approximately $3 million per year. Top pro baseball players can receive $25 million or more every year, and lower paid players make $1 million or less.

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In the minor leagues, most contracts pay less than $10,000 a year.

So what is baseball player Albert Pujols’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Albert Pujols’s net worth as of 2018 is: $100 million

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