Chuck Knoblauch Net Worth

How much is Chuck Knoblauch Worth?

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Chuck Knoblauch net worth:
$22 Million

Chuck Knoblauch, a Major League Baseball player, has a net worth of $22 million. That net worth has been accumulated through play in more than one position with a variety of different teams, including the Minnesota Twins, the New York Yankees, and the Kansas City Royals. Knoblauch's major league career began with the Minnesota Twins. And it wasn't a bad start to a career, earning both a World Series ring and an American League Rookie of the Year award. This earned him popularity in Minnesota that turned out to be short lived, after he made a controversial request to be traded away from the Twins to the New York Yankees. This action earned him the hatred of Twins fans everywhere, and he is still greeted with jeers (and projectiles) whenever he enters the Metrodome in Minneapolis. His career with the Yankees was about as promising as his start, considering that the team won the World Series championship for every year he was on it. But as an individual player, Knoblauch soon showed signs of deterioration with the Yankees, even before moving to Kansas City (and retiring in 2003). He began to develop what's known as "the yips," characterized by his difficulty making accurate throws to first base. Knoblauch hit a new low when one of his many throwing errors resulted in broadcaster Keith Olbermann's mother getting hit in the face.

Chuck Knoblauch Net Worth

Chuck Knoblauch Net Worth

Chuck Knoblauch

Baseball player
Date of Birth
Jul 7, 1968 (48 years old)
Nationality
United States of America
Weight
170 lbs (77.1 kg)
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