Charlie Sweasy was a pro baseball player who played Second baseman. Sweasy was born on November 2, 1847, in Newark, New Jersey. Sweasy died on March 30, 1908, in Newark, New Jersey. This page will take a closer look at Charlie Sweasy’s net worth.
Sweasy batted Right and threw Right. Sweasy debuted in the MLB on May 19, 1871 for the Washington Olympics. In all, Sweasy played for the Irvington of Irvington, NJ, Buckeye of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Red Stockings, Washington Olympics, Cleveland Forest Citys, Boston years, Baltimore Canaries, Brooklyn Atlantics, St. Louis Red Stockings, Cincinnati Reds, Providence Grays, and St. Louis Red Stockings. Sweasy’s career ended with the Providence Grays in 1878.
Some of Sweasy’s most prominent statistics in the MLB included a Batting average stat of .194, a Home runs stat of 0, and a Runs batted in stat of 39.
Baseball player salaries can range widely. In Major League Baseball, the median pay is near $3 million per year. Top pro baseball players can earn $25 million or more annually, and less successful players earn $1 million or less. Outside the MLB, most contracts are worth less than $10,000 a year.
So what was baseball player Charlie Sweasy’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Charlie Sweasy’s net worth at death is:
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