Scott Boras net worth: Scott Boras is an American sports agent who has a net worth of $100 million dollars. Scott Boras founded the successful sports agency, The Boras Corporation. He focuses primarily on baseball players and has over 175 high-profile clients including, Alex Rodriguez, Matt Holliday, Manny Ramirez, and Jayson Werth. Born Scott Dean Boras on November 2, 1952, in Sacramento, he grew up in Elk Grove, California as the son of a dairy farmer. Boras first started professional baseball career as a second baseman and center fielder for the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals. Having spent four years in the minor leagues, he retired due to three knee surgeries. Next, the Cubs awarded him a scholarship to attend the University of the Pacific. Since, Boras has concentrated extensively on his education and today he also holds a doctorate in industrial pharmacology, and specialization in medical litigation. Not being able to play, Boras realized that an agent is his call and by the 1980s he started representing his former minor league teammates just as they were about to enter the major leagues. It was in 1983, when he made his first multi-million dollar contract, which was a five-year $7.5 million deal with the Toronto Blue Jays for his former teammate Bill Caudill. Soon after, he founded the Scott Boras Corporation, a California-based sports agency that now represents roughly 175 professional baseball clients, including some of the highest profile baseball players.
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