Harmon Killebrew was a pro baseball player who played First baseman / Third baseman / Left fielder. Killebrew was born on June 29, 1936, in Payette, Idaho. Killebrew died on May 17, 2011, in Scottsdale, Arizona. This page will take a closer look at Harmon Killebrew’s net worth.Image Credit: Unknown
Killebrew batted Right and threw Right. Killebrew debuted in the MLB on June 23, 1954 for the Washington Senators. In all, Killebrew played for the Washington Senators / Minnesota Twins, and Kansas City Royals. Killebrew’s career ended with the Kansas City Royals in 1975.
Some of Killebrew’s most prominent statistics in the MLB included a Batting average stat of .256, a Hit stat of 2,086, and a Home runs stat of 573. Some of the highlights of Harmon Killebrew’s career included: 13× Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 1959 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 1961 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 1961 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 1963 Major League Baseball All-Star Game-1971 Major League Baseball All-Star Game), AL MVP, 6× List of Major League Baseball annual home run leaders, 3× List of Major League Baseball annual runs batted in leaders, Jersey number retired, and Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame.
Harmon Killebrew was inducted into the National Hall of Fame during the Baseball year1984 induction period with a vote of 83.1% (fourth ballot).
Baseball player annual pay can range widely. In professional baseball, the average player earns around $3 million every year. Top baseball players can get $25 million or more per annum, and lower rated players earn $1 million or less. In the minor leagues, most contracts pay less than $10,000 a year.
So what was baseball player Harmon Killebrew’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Harmon Killebrew’s net worth at death is:
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