Bo Jackson net worth: Bo Jackson is a retired American baseball and football player who has a net worth of $16 million. Bo Jackson accumulated his net worth through his athletic abilities and years playing professional baseball and football. Jackson earned $6.8 million and $6.1 million in salary alone from his baseball and football careers, respectively. Vincent Edward "Bo" Jackson was born in November of 1962 in Alabama. In high school, he broke records as a running back, while having hit 20 home runs in 25 games for his high school team. He also broke state track records and won Alabama's state title for decathlon twice. Though he was drafted by the New York Yankees in 1982, Jackson opted to attend Auburn University on a football scholarship. He said he promised his mother he would be the first from his family to go to college. Jackson also played baseball and ran track and field while at Auburn. Receiving impressive stats in all three sports, he is known for his rare ability to excel in a number of sports. In 1986, Jackson was the first pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, though he chose to play for the Kansas City Royals instead, who were the defending World Series champions. The Royals chose Jackson in the amateur draft, and after 53 games he was moved to play with the pro team. Jackson also went on to play professional football, being listed as one of few athletes to successfully venture into both sports.
Bo Jackson Net Worth
Date of Birth
Baseball player, American football player, Businessperson, Actor, Athlete
United States of America
6 ft (1.85 m)
230 lbs (104.33 kg)
Vincent Edward Jackson, Vincent “Bo” Jackson
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Bo Jackson Earnings
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- California Angels (1994-95)$1,000,000
- Chicago White Sox (1993-94)$2,410,000
- Chicago White Sox (1992-93)$109,000
- Chicago White Sox (1991-92)$1,010,000
- Kansas City Royals (1990-91)$1,000,000
- Kansas City Royals (1989-90)$610,000
- Kansas City Royals (1988-89)$383,000
- Kansas City Royals (1987-88)$330,000
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