The idea of doing what we love and getting paid handsomely for that occupation sounds good in everyone’s ears. Only few are able to make this dream a reality. Continue reading
With cold weather hitting many parts of the country, many of us find ourselves wishing for the warmer days of spring and summer. The coming of spring also means the beginning of baseball. While it’s still the offseason, teams are preparing their rosters for those warmer days.
Eric Sogard is signing a one year contract to play second base for the Milwaukee Brewers next season. Eric Sogard’s net worth currently sits at $2.5 million.
Eric Sogard’s Career Statistics
Although he was drafted 81st overall in the 2007 MLB draft, Eric finally made his MLB debut during the 2010 season. In his ten MLB seasons, Sogard has a career batting average of .243 including a season best in 2019 of .290.
Despite never being known as a home run hitter (he’s only hit 24 in his career), Eric belted 13 bombs in 2019. Additionally, Eric added 40 RBI’s (Runs Batted In) and had a WAR (Wins Above Replacement) of 2.6 for 2019.
Eric Sogard’s Career Earnings
Thus far in Eric Sogard’s professional career, he has earned nearly $7 million for his services on the baseball diamond. A second round pick in the 2007 MLB draft, Eric Sogard’s net worth got off to a quick rise thanks to a $400,000 signing bonus.
Sogard’s most lucrative year had previously come in 2017 when he was paid a handsome amount of $2.4 million as part of a one year extension with the Brewers. For the 2020 MLB season, Eric is returning to Milwaukee. He is signing a one year contract that will pay him $4.5 million, his highest salary yet.
Eric Sogard’s Net Worth Outlook
At 33 years of age, Eric still has a few years of life left in the majors. Eric Sogard’s net worth outlook does look quite promising. He will earn $4.5 million for the 2020 season which will raise his net worth by approximately $2 million.
Even though it is just a one year deal that Eric signed, if he has a good showing next season, he will have the opportunity to increase his net worth even more in the years to come.
Other MLB Players’ Net Worth
- Blake Snell’s Net Worth
- Jeff Samardzija’s Net Worth
- Yadier Molina’s Net Worth
- Matt Harvey’s Net Worth
- Giancarlo Stanton’s Net Worth
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The pitcher from Virginia, Justin Verlander reached a milestone in 2005 when he entered the major leagues. Before that, he spent time at The Richmond Baseball Academy where he improved his throwing velocity. Over the years, the star pitcher has improved his throwing velocity and a few other key metrics. Continue reading
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