Sol White was a pro baseball player who played Second baseman, manager, historian. White was born on June 12, 1868, in Bellaire, Ohio. White died on August 26, 1955, in Central Islip, New York. This page will take a closer look at Sol White’s net worth.
White batted Right and threw Right. White for the Pittsburgh Keystones. In all, White played for the Pittsburgh Keystones, Wheeling Green Stockings, Ohio State League, New York Gorhams, Cuban Giants, York Colored MonarchsEastern Interstate League, Boston Monarchs, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Western Interstate League, Page Fence Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Chicago Columbia Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Philadelphia Quaker Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Lincoln Giants, Boston Giants, Columbus Buckeyes, Cleveland Browns, and Newark Stars. White’s career ended with the Newark Stars (coach) in 1926.
Some of the highlights of Sol White’s career included: Managed Philadelphia Giants to four straight black baseball championships, 1904 to 1907., and Wrote first book on black professional baseball, Sol White’s Official Base Ball Guide..
Sol White was inducted into the National Hall of Fame during the 2006 induction period.
Baseball pay can range widely. In professional baseball, the average player earns near $3 million every year. Top pro baseball players can earn $25 million or more per annum, and lower rated players earn $1 million or less. Outside the MLB, most contracts pay less than $10,000 a year.
So what was baseball player Sol White’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Sol White’s net worth at death is:
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