Jeff Kent net worth: Jeff Kent's net worth is $50 million dollars. Born in Bellflower, California, Jeff Kent played for the UC Berkeley baseball team, and was subsequently drafted to the Toronto Blue Jays in 1989. He played for their minor league squad until 1992, and was then invited to join the major league team. He was quickly traded to the New York Mets, where he played well, but was not popular with his teammates and earned a reputation for being difficult. He was traded to the Cleveland Indians in 1996, and then almost immediately traded again, finding himself with the San Francisco Giants alongside Barry Bonds. He clicked with the Giants, and played exceptionally well over the course of his time with the team. He was named to the All-Star team three times while with San Francisco, and won the Silver Slugger Award three times while with the team, as well. His relationship with teammates and management eventually soured, however, and he moved on to the Houston Astros, and then to the Los Angeles Dodgers. He holds the record for the most home runs ever hit by a second baseman, and won the Silver Slugger Award one more time, and was named to the All-Star team two more times, before his retirement in 2008.
Jeff Kent Net Worth
Date of Birth
Mar 7, 1968 (48 years old)
United States of America
6 ft (1.85 m)
210 lbs (95.3 kg)
Jeffrey Franklin Kent
Penny Hardaway Is Absolutely Crushing His "Retirement" Yearson Apr 29, 2016
Ozzie Silna, One Of The Brothers Who Made $800 Million Off The Best Business Deal Of All Time, Dies At 83on Apr 28, 2016
An Inappropriate Tweet Cost Laremy Tunsil $8-13 Million At The NFL Drafton Apr 29, 2016
Prince Has Sold A Staggering Amount Of Music Since His Untimely Deathon Apr 29, 2016
UFC Owners Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta Are About To Make Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollarson Apr 29, 2016
The Time A Professional Gambler Turned $50 Into $40 MILLION... And Eventually Ended Up Brokeon Apr 26, 2016
You Won't Believe Ludacris's Ridiculous Demands For A 13-Minute Performance!on Apr 26, 2016
Rob Kardashian And Blac Chyna Could Rake In Over A Million For TV Wedding Specialon Apr 28, 2016
Renting A House To Prince Was An Interesting Experience. Just Ask Carlos Boozer...on Apr 27, 2016
Tom Brady Restructured His Contract And It Will Save Him $2 Million During His Suspensionon Apr 29, 2016
Jeff Kent Earnings
Click to Expand
- Los Angeles Dodgers (2008-09)$9,000,000
- Los Angeles Dodgers (2007-08)$9,814,117
- Los Angeles Dodgers (2006-07)$9,400,000
- Los Angeles Dodgers (2005-06)$7,350,000
- Houston Astros (2004-05)$10,000,000
- Houston Astros (2003-04)$7,500,000
- San Francisco Giants (2002-03)$6,000,000
- San Francisco Giants (2001-02)$6,000,000
- San Francisco Giants (2000-01)$6,000,000
- San Francisco Giants (1999-00)$5,750,000
- San Francisco Giants (1998-99)$3,400,000
- San Francisco Giants (1997-98)$2,625,000
- New York Mets (1996-97)$1,960,000
- New York Mets (1995-96)$710,000
- New York Mets (1994-95)$437,500
- New York Mets (1993-94)$195,000
- Toronto Blue Jays (1992-93)$109,000
All net worths are calculated by applying a proprietary algorithm. The results are then fact checked and confirmed by a team of editors. We scan all publicly available data and resources and work diligently to ensure that our numbers are the most accurate and up to date net worth data you will find anywhere on the internet.
Did we make a mistake?
Submit a correction suggestion and help us fix it!Submit a Correction
Have something to add to this net worth? Share it by adding comments below.
- Billionaire Roundup: Shenanigans, Bamboozling, And Other Problems Of The 1%As the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign marches on, more and more bizarre things keep happening. Billionaire George Soros has been analyzing China's economy and he notices a troubling pattern, and remember when Sheldon Adelson bought the Las Vegas Review Journal and people started freaking out? Well now one respected columnist has a real reason to worry.
- Original Handwritten "Laws of Base Ball" Sold For $3.26 Million At AuctionThe documents dating back to the 1800s and now known as the "Laws of Base Ball" are now an incredibly valuable historical object, having fetched $3.26 million at auction over the weekend.
- Millionaire Coal Baron Gets One-Year Prison Sentence for Mine Safety ConspiracyThe millionaire former-CEO of a coal mining company was recently sentenced to a one-year prison term and a $250,000 fine after he was found guilty of violating mine safety standards. In 2010, an explosion linked to unsafe working conditions in one of his company's mines killed 29 workers.
- More NBA Teams Willing To Pay Top Dollar For The Head Coach They WantThe Minnesota Timberwolves and Washington Wizards have talented rosters, but have not been able to form a winning team with that talent for some time. However, by paying top dollar for their next head coaches, they hope to reverse that trend and start winning.