Dayán Viciedo Net Worth 2018: What is this baseball player worth?

Dayán Viciedo is a pro baseball player who plays Outfielder/First baseman for the Chunichi Dragons as # 66. Viciedo was born on March 10, 1989, in Remedios, Cuba, Cuba. This page will take a closer look at Dayán Viciedo’s net worth.

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Dayán Viciedo Career, Earnings

Viciedo bats Right and throws Right. Viciedo debuted in the MLB on June 20, 2010 for the Chicago White Sox, as well as for the NPB on March 26, 2016 for the Chunichi Dragons. In all, Viciedo played for the Chicago White Sox, and Chunichi Dragons.

Some of Viciedo’s most prominent statistics in the MLB included a Batting average stat of .254, a Home runs stat of 66, and a Run batted in stat of 211. In the NPB, Viciedo’s most prominent statistics included a Batting average stat of.263, a Home runs stat of 40, and a Runs batted in stat of 106.

Dayán Viciedo Net Worth 2018

Dayán Viciedo was last under contract in 2014, according to USA Today, with a 1 (2014) year package worth $3 million. Over the years, Viciedo earned $2 million in 2011, $3 million in 2012, $3 million in 2013, and $3 million in 2014.

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

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Dayán Viciedo net worth: soccer/football salary distribution

Outside the MLB, most contracts pay less than $10,000 a year. Salient facts from Wikipedia about the contracts signed by Dayán Viciedo include:

  • “The contract included a $4 million signing bonus, and paid $1 million in 2009, $1.25 million in 2010 and 2011, as well as $2.5 million in 2012.”

So what is baseball player Dayán Viciedo’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Dayán Viciedo’s net worth as of 2018 is: $10 million

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