Dave Winfield is a pro baseball player who plays Right fielder. Winfield was born on October 3, 1951, in St. Paul, Minnesota. This page will take a closer look at Dave Winfield’s net worth.Image Credit: Mario Casciano
Winfield bats Right and throws Right. Winfield debuted in the MLB on June 19, 1973 for the San Diego Padres. In all, Winfield played for the San Diego Padres, New York Yankees, California Angels, Toronto Blue Jays, Minnesota Twins, and Cleveland Indians. Winfield’s career ended with the Cleveland Indians in 1995.
Some of Winfield’s most prominent statistics in the MLB included a Batting average stat of .283, a Hit s stat of 3,110, and a Home runs stat of 465. Some of the highlights of Dave Winfield’s career include: 12× Major League Baseball All-Star Game, World Series champion, 7× Gold Glove Award, 6× Silver Slugger Award, Roberto Clemente Award, List of Major League Baseball annual runs batted in leaders, San Diego Padres retired numbers retired, and San Diego Padres Hall of Fame.
Dave Winfield was inducted into the National Hall of Fame during the Baseball Hall of Fame balloting, 2001 induction period with a vote of 84.5% (first ballot).
Dave Winfield was last under contract in 1995, according to USA Today, with a 1 (1995) year package worth $600,000. Over the years, Winfield earned $2 million in 1988, $2 million in 1989, $2 million in 1990, $3 million in 1991, $2 million in 1992, $3 million in 1993, $3 million in 1994, and $600,000 in 1995.
Player salaries can range widely. In professional baseball, the median pay is around $3 million annually. Top baseball players can receive $25 million or more per annum, and less successful players bring in $1 million or less.
In the minor leagues, most contracts are worth less than $10,000 a year.
So what is baseball player Dave Winfield’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Dave Winfield’s net worth as of 2018 is: $18 million
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