Willie Wells was a pro baseball player who played Shortstop. Wells was born on August 10, 1906, in Austin, Texas. Wells died on January 22, 1989, in Austin, Texas. This page will take a closer look at Willie Wells’s net worth.
Wells batted Right and threw Right. Wells for the St. Louis Stars. In all, Wells played for the St. Louis Stars, Detroit Wolves, Homestead Grays, Kansas City Monarchs, Chicago American Giants, Newark Eagles, Birmingham Black Barons, New York Black Yankees, Baltimore Elite Giants, Indianapolis Clowns, Memphis Red Sox, Veracruz, Tampico, Diablos Rojos del México, Newark Eagles, and Indianapolis Clowns. Wells’s career ended with the Memphis Red Sox in 1948.
Some of Wells’s most prominent statistics in the Negro League included a Plate appearances stat of 3144, a Batting average stat of .319, and a Slugging percentage stat of .510. Some of the highlights of Willie Wells’s career included: 10× East-West All-Star Game, 1939, 1942, 1942, 1945), 2× Cuban League Most Valuable Player Award, and Negro National League record for most home runs in a season, 27 in 1926..
Willie Wells was inducted into the National Hall of Fame by the Veterans’ Committee during the by1997 induction period.
Baseball player compensation can range widely. In professional baseball, the median pay is around $3 million annually. Top pro baseball players can receive $25 million or more per year, and less successful players earn $1 million or less. Outside the MLB, most contracts are worth less than $10,000 a year.
So what was baseball player Willie Wells’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Willie Wells’s net worth at death is:
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