Alex Rodriguez Net Worth

Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez is a retired American professional baseball player. He hails from New York and is one of the most successful players in the history of the game.

The American star is a 14 time All-Star, has won three American League and Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards, ten Silver Slugger Awards, and two Gold Glove Awards.

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Rodriguez has achieved immense success and with it has signed most lucrative offers with teams in his career. In the year 2000, he signed a 10 year contract worth $252 million with the Rangers team, followed by a new 10-year, $275 million deal with the Yankees after the 2007 season.

Alex Rodriguez’s net worth is estimated to be around $300 million as of year 2018.

Alex Rodriguez’s Earnings

Alex has made immense money from baseball as a player. All the top contract he signed for the Rangers or the Yankees had bonus earnings of about $500,000 for winning the Most Valuable Player award which he did multiple times.

Rodriguez also owns a formal Mercedes-Benz automobile dealership in League City, Texas. He is an investor in the esports team NRG Esports and is also an art collector and buyer.

Alex Rodriguez’s Luxuries and Investments

Alex has taste for a few luxury cars like BMW 3 series, Maybach 57 S, Ferrari 599 GTB and Rolls Royce Drophead. The baseball superstar owned a house in Miami which he sold of $30 million in 2013. He also owns a Manhattan Condo with an estimated worth of $15,316,715. The place has 4,033 square feet space, with 3 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. He also owns a 11,000-square-foot mansion space in Florida.

Alex Rodriguez’s Endorsements

Rodriguez earned not only from his on field career but also from the brands who followed him throughout. He has tie up with world class companies like Nike, Louisville Slugger, Rawlings, PepsiCo, Giorgio Armani, Radio Shack and others. He has reportedly earned about $35 million from his endorsements.

Alex Rodriguez’s Charity

Alex has donated a sum of $3.9 million to the University of Miami for the renovation of their baseball stadium. He has also supported charities like Keep A Child Alive, Raising Malawi, Soles4Souls and UNICEF. The american baseball legend has also showed his contribution towards socials causes like Adoption, Fostering, Orphans, AIDS and HIV, Children, Disaster Relief, Family/Parent Support, Health, Human Rights, Poverty, Refugees, Slavery and Human Trafficking.

AgeSources of Wealth
43Endorsements and Business
Salary Endorsements
New York CityNike, Louisville Slugger, Rawlings, PepsiCo, Giorgio Armani, Radio Shack
Marital Status Social Commitments
MarriedKeep A Child Alive, Raising Malawi, Soles4Souls and UNICEF.