Leo Shoals was a pro baseball player who played First baseman / Manager . Shoals was born on October 3, 1916, in Camden-on-Gauley, West Virginia. Shoals died on February 23, 1999, in Abingdon, Virginia. This page will take a closer look at Leo Shoals’s net worth.
Shoals batted Left and threw Left. Shoals debuted in the MiLB. In all, Shoals played for the Monessen Cardinals, New Iberia Cardinals, Albuquerque Cardinals, Johnson City Cardinals, Tyler Trojans, El Dorado Oilers, Clarksdale Ginners, Marshall Tigers, Kingsport Cherokees, Charlotte Hornets, Chattanooga Lookouts, Reidsville Luckies, Columbia Reds, Kingsport Cherokees, Rock Hill Chiefs, Kingsport Cherokees, Knoxville Smokies, and Kingsport Cherokees.
Some of Shoals’s most prominent statistics in the MiLB included a Batting average stat of .337, a Hit stat of 2,125, and a Home runs stat of 362. Some of the highlights of Leo Shoals’s career included: Appalachian League, Carolina League MVP, Appalachian League Major League Baseball Triple Crown winner, 3× Appalachian League batting champion, 5× Appalachian League home run champion, 2× Appalachian League RBI champion, Carolina League RBI Champion, Carolina League runs scored champion, Carolina League’s 50th Anniversary team, Northeast Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, and Carolina League single season home run record with 55.
Baseball player pay can range widely. In Major League Baseball, the median pay is about $3 million annually. Top pro baseball players can earn $25 million or more per annum, and less successful players make $1 million or less. Outside the MLB, most contracts are worth less than $10,000 a year.
So what was baseball player Leo Shoals’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Leo Shoals’s net worth at death is:
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