Kenny Lofton Net Worth: Kenny Lofton is a former American professional baseball player who has a net worth of $25 million. Kenny Lofton was born in East Chicago, Indiana, in 1967, and played basketball at the University of Arizona on a scholarship. He helped guide the Wildcats to a Final Four appearance; baseball was not on Lofton's radar screen until he joined the team as a junior in college. He made his MLB debut on September 14, 1991 with the Houston Astros. He went on to play with a handful of teams, including the Cleveland Indians (1992-1996), the Atlanta Braves (1997), the Cleveland Indians (1998-2991), the Chicago White Sox (2002), the San Francisco Giants (2002), the Pittsburgh Pirates (2003), the Chicago Cubs (2003), the New York Yankees (2004), the Philadelphia Phillies (2005), the Los Angeles Dodgers (2006), the Texas Rangers (2007), and the Cleveland Indians a second time (2007). Lofton's career as a journeyman paid off as he appeared in eleven postseasons with two trips to the World Series. He is a six-time MLB All-Star (1994-1999) and a four-time Gold Glove Award winner (1993-1996). Lofton led the American League in stolen bases five straight seasons from 1992 until 1996. He finished his pro career with a .299 career batting average, 2,428 hits, 130 home runs, and 622 stolen bases. Lofton was a left-handed center fielder. He was eligible for the Hall of Fame in 2013, but failed to receive enough votes for ballot consideration in 2014. Lofton owns his own TV production company and has appeared on several TV shows since his retirement. He has also worked as a coach and broadcast analyst for the Dodgers.

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Net Worth:
$25 Million
Date of Birth:
May 31, 1967 (55 years old)
Place of Birth:
East Chicago
Baseball player
United States of America
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