Cliff Floyd is a former Major League Basketball player with a net worth of $200 thousand. Cliff Floyd made his net worth as an outfielder for the Montreal Expos, New York Mets and San Diego Padres before leaving the game in 2009. In high school, Floyd led the school basketball team to Class AA Selection. His achievement led to him to be regularly recruited by the Arizona State University, Stanford and Creighton University. He was eventually picked up by Montreal Expos for the 1991 Major League Basketball Draft – but Floyd opted for the minor leagues. He did eventually make his major league debut in 1993 for the Expos. By 1997, Floyd switched to Florida Marlins, earning a position as an outfielder before making a returned to the Expos in 2002. Within months of his return, Floyd went to Boston Red Sox. A year later he switched to the New York Mets, where he made his best performance of his career, leading the team to 34 home runs. In 2007, Floyd struck a deal with Chicago Cubs but with the death of his father, he missed nine games. Towards the end of 2007, Floyd signed a $3 million contract with Tampa Bay Rays before agreeing a year contract with San Diego Padres in 2009 – but months later, Floyd was released by Padres. He's now a host on Sirius XM Radio.