Lexie Elkins is a pro baseball player who plays Catcher/Outfielder for the Chicago Bandits as # 33/7. Elkins was born on August 6, 1995, in Victoria, Texas. This page will take a closer look at Lexie Elkins’s net worth.
Elkins bats Right and throws Right. Elkins debuted in the NCAA on February 8, 2013 for the Texas Tech Red Raiders softball, as well as for the NPF on June 7, 2016 for the Pennsylvania Rebellion. In all, Elkins played for the Texas Tech Red Raiders softball, Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns softball, Pennsylvania Rebellion, and Chicago Bandits.
Some of Elkins’s most prominent statistics in the NPF included a Batting average stat of .414, a Hit stat of 21, and a Home runs stat of 9. Some of the highlights of Lexie Elkins’s career include: James J. Corbett Award Winner, NFCA Diamond Sports NCAA Division I Catcher of the Year, NFCA First Team All-American, NFCA First Team All-Central Region, Sun Belt Conference Tournament All-Tournament Team, Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year, All-Sun Belt First Team, All-Louisiana First Team, USA Softball Player of the Year Top 26 Finalist, Sun Belt Conference Preseason Player of the Year, USA Softball Player of the Year Top 50 Watchlist, USA Softball Selection Camp Invitee, NFCA Third Team All-American, NFCA First Team All-Central Region, Sun Belt Conference Tournament All-Tournament Team, Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year, All-Sun Belt First Team, Louisiana Sports Writers Association Hitter of the Year, Louisiana Sports Writers Association Newcomer of the Year, and All-Louisiana First Team.
Player annual pay can range widely. In professional baseball, the median pay is near $3 million annually. Top baseball players can receive $25 million or more per year, and less successful players bring in $1 million or less.
In the minor leagues, most contracts are worth less than $10,000 a year.
So what is baseball player Lexie Elkins’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Lexie Elkins’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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