Edwin Jackson Net Worth

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Edwin Jackson net worth:
$37 Million

Edwin Jackson Net Worth: Edwin Jackson is an American professional baseball player who has a net worth of $37 million. Born in Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, West Germany in 1983, Edwin Jackson grew up on a military base in Germany before his family moved back to the United States. The Los Angeles Dodgers drafted Jackson during the sixth round of the 2001 MLB Draft. He played with the Dodgers until 2005, making his pro debut on September 9, 2003. He has since played for Tampa Bay, the Detroit Tigers, the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Chicago White Sox, the St. Louis Cardinals, the Washington Nationals, and the Chicago Cubs. As of the fall of 2014, Jackson pitches with the Cubs. He was named an MLB All-Star in 2009 and pitched his first career no-hitter against the Rays on June 25, 2010. He was part of the 2011 World Series championship team with the Cardinals. Through the middle of August 2014, Jackson has an 84-102 win-loss record, a 4.58 earned run average, and 1,225 strikeouts. The six-foot, three-inch, 210-pound pitcher bats and throws right. He has appeared in two postseason series with the Tampa Bay Rays and the St. Louis Cardinals in 2008 and 2011. He recorded a 1-2 win-loss record during the playoffs with the Cards the year St. Louis won the World Series.

Edwin Jackson Net Worth

Edwin Jackson

Baseball player
Date of Birth
Sep 9, 1983 (33 years old)
Nationality
United States of America
Height
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight
209 lbs (95 kg)
Ethnicity
African American
Nicknames
艾德溫·傑克森
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