Mike McCormick Net Worth 2018: What is this baseball player worth?

Mike McCormick is a pro baseball player who plays Pitcher. McCormick was born on September 29, 1938, in Pasadena, California. This page will take a closer look at Mike McCormick’s net worth.

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Mike McCormick Career, Earnings

McCormick bats Left and throws Left. McCormick debuted in the MLB on September 3, 1956 for the New York Giants. In all, McCormick played for the San Francisco Giants, Baltimore Orioles, Washington Senators, San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees, and Kansas City Royals. McCormick’s career ended with the Kansas City Royals in 1971.

Some of McCormick’s most prominent statistics in the MLB included a Win-loss record (pitching) stat of 134-128, a Earned run average stat of 3.73, and a Strikeouts stat of 1,321. Some of the highlights of Mike McCormick’s career include: 4× Major League Baseball All-Star Game -1961 Major League Baseball All-Star Game ), NL Cy Young Award, List of Major League Baseball annual wins leaders, and List of Major League Baseball annual ERA leaders.

Mike McCormick Net Worth 2018

Baseball salaries can range widely. In professional baseball, the median pay is around $3 million annually. Top MLB players can make $25 million or more every year, and less successful players bring in $1 million or less.

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In the minor leagues, most contracts are worth less than $10,000 a year. Salient points from Wikipedia about the contracts signed by Mike McCormick include:

  • “Although McCormick was committed to attending college at the University of Southern California, the Giants offered him a signing bonus of $50,000 to forego university and join the organization.”

So what is baseball player Mike McCormick’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Mike McCormick’s net worth as of 2018 is:

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