John Watkins was a pro baseball player who played Catcher / Manager . Watkins was born on May 18, 1857, in Plantation near Durham, North Carolina. Watkins died on February 22, 1924, in Durham, North Carolina. This page will take a closer look at John Watkins’s net worth.
Watkins for the Fox Hunters of South Carolina. In all, Watkins played for the Fox Hunters, Quick Steps, Cuban Giants “Cuban Giants to Play Here” The Evening World, New York, NY, Thursday Evening, April 10, 1904, Page 10, Column 5″Genuine Cuban Stars and vs. Cedars” The Evening World, New York, NY, Thursday Evening, June 7, 1906, Page 10, Column 7, Terry McGovern’s Cuba Winter Team “Terry McGovern Will Leave for Cuba Tomorrow” Albuquerque Evening Citizen, Albuquerque, NM, Saturday, December 8, 1906, Page 2, Column 2, Pop Watkins Stars, Pop Watkins Giants “Would Meet All Comers.” Indianapolis Freeman, Indianapolis, IN, Saturday, June 5, 1909, Page 7, Column 3, Havana Red Sox, Gouverneur, New York, Ganonoque, Ontario, Charlotte Red Sox https://img0.newspapers.com/img/thumbnail/63442417/400/300/890_5692_901_637.jpg, Harbison College, Irmo, SC, Shaw University, and Manhattan College. Watkins’s career ended with the Cuban Giants in 1907.
Player compensation can range widely. In professional baseball, the average player earns around $3 million annually. Top players can earn $25 million or more annually, and less successful players earn $1 million or less. In the minor leagues, most contracts are worth less than $10,000 a year.
So what was baseball player John Watkins’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for John Watkins’s net worth at death is:
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