Damion Easley Net Worth 2018: What is this baseball player worth?

Damion Easley is a pro baseball player who plays Second baseman. Easley was born on November 11, 1969, in New York City. This page will take a closer look at Damion Easley’s net worth.

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Damion Easley Career, Earnings

Easley bats Right and throws Right. Easley debuted in the MLB on August 13, 1992 for the California Angels. In all, Easley played for the California Angels, Detroit Tigers, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Florida Marlins, Arizona Diamondbacks, and New York Mets. Easley’s career ended with the New York Mets in 2008.

Some of Easley’s most prominent statistics in the MLB included a Batting average stat of .253, a Home runs stat of 163, and a Run batted in stat of 684.

Damion Easley Net Worth 2018

Damion Easley was last under contract in 2007, according to USA Today, with a 1 (2007) year package worth $900,000. Over the years, Easley earned $100,000 in 1993, $200,000 in 1994, $200,000 in 1995, $300,000 in 1996, $400,000 in 1997, $1.9 million in 1998, $3 million in 1999, $4 million in 2000, $5 million in 2001, $6 million in 2002, $300,000 in 2004, $800,000 in 2005, $700,000 in 2006, and $900,000 in 2007.

Baseball compensation can range widely. In the MLB, the average player earns about $3 million annually. Top pro baseball players can get $25 million or more per year, and less successful players earn $1 million or less.

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Outside the MLB, most contracts pay less than $10,000 a year. Interesting facts from Wikipedia about the contracts signed by Damion Easley include:

  • “In 2000, Easley signed a $28.9-million, five-year contract extension with the Tigers, making him amongst the highest paid second baseman in baseball.”

So what is baseball player Damion Easley’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Damion Easley’s net worth as of 2018 is: $20 million

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