Jim Bouton net worth: Jim Bouton is an American former professional baseball player who has a net worth of $40 million. Jim Bouton was born in Newark, New Jersey in March 1939. He was a pitcher who batted and threw right handed. Bouton made his Major League Baseball debut for the New York Yankees in 1962 and played for the Yankees until 1968. He played for the Seattle Pilots in 1969, the Houston Astros from 1969 to 1970, and the Atlanta Braves in 1978. Bouton won a World Series championship in 1962 with the Yankees and was an All-Star in 1963. He would go on to co-create Big League Chew and become a best-selling author as well as an actor and sportscaster. Bouton won two games during the 1964 World Series and authored the books Ball Four, I'm Glad You Didn't Take It Personally, I Managed Good, But Boy Did They Play Bad, Foul Ball, and Strike Zone.
Jim Bouton Net Worth
Date of Birth
Mar 8, 1939 (77 years old)
TV Anchor, TV Journalist, Baseball player, Writer, Author, Actor
United States of America
5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
185 lbs (83.9 kg)
James Alan Bouton, James Alan "Jim" Bouton
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