Harry Short was a pro baseball player who played Second basemanShortstopOutfielder. Short was born on April 16, 1878, in Plymouth, Indiana. Short died on November 20, 1954, in Garden City, Kansas. This page will take a closer look at Harry Short’s net worth.
Short batted Right and threw Right. Short debuted in the South Texas League for the Austin Senators. In all, Short played for the;Playing career, Austin Senators, Houston Buffaloes/Waco Navigators, Concordia Boosters, Concordia Travelers,;Managerial career, Concordia Boosters, and Concordia Travelers. Short’s career ended with the Concordia Travelers in 1911.
Some of Short’s most prominent statistics in the included a Batting average stat of .254, and a Stolen bases stat of 210. Some of the highlights of Harry Short’s career included: League leader stolen bases, 1907, and League championships 1906, 1907, 1910, 1911.
Baseball player salaries can range widely. In the MLB, the median pay is about $3 million annually. Top MLB players can get $25 million or more annually, and lower paid players make $1 million or less. Outside the MLB, most contracts are worth less than $10,000 a year.
So what was baseball player Harry Short’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Harry Short’s net worth at death is:
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