Here all that there's to know about Mike Napoli's net worth collection!
If you follow the news of baseball, then the name Mike Napoli must be quite familiar to you. He's one of the most talented American professional baseball First baseman and catcher who received his first career championship ring as the Red Sox won their eighth World Series.
Although Napoli announced retiring from his career in baseball on December 8, 2018, Napoli was hired by the Chicago Cubs as their quality assurance coach on On December 9, 2019.
Throughout his career, he's managed to gain success not only professionally but also financially as well, which is just what we are going to uncover today.
Mike Napoli began his career's first play with the rookie-level Butte Cooper Kings, batting .231, and has come off a long way since then. He's definitely one of the people who know the value of money since he worked so hard for it.
Mike Napoli while playing with Cleveland, Indiana.
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Speaking about his net worth collection, according to Celebrity Net Worth, his net worth is $35 million. His MLB debut for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2006 and played there until 2010.
Though there is no record of how much he signed the contract with clubs, this athlete has played with four clubs. Napoli is a party freak who likes to party.
Mike Napoli's New Mansion.
According to the relator website, Napoli has bought a $7M Brand-New Florida Mansion. Being a Florida native, he’s been known to spend the off-season in the Sunshine State.
Mike Anthony Napoli is an American former professional baseball first baseman and catcher. Napoli holds the all-time single-season records for most strikeouts. He led all American League catchers in errors, and in 2016 he led all AL first baseman in errors.
He made his MLB debut for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2006 and played there until 2010. Mike Napoli played for the Texas Rangers from 2011 to 2012 and the Boston Red Sox from 2013 to 2015.
Mike Napoli playing as a catcher.
He played for the Texas Rangers in 2015, the Cleveland Indians in 2016, and the Texas Rangers again in 2017. Napoli won the World Series with the Boston Red Sox in 2013 and was named an All-Star in 2012. He signed a one year deal for $7 million with Cleveland in 2016. In total, Mike Napoli earned a little over $80 million in salary alone during his time in the MLB.
After signing a minor-league deal with the Cleveland Indians, he suffered a gruesome knee injury in April, tearing his right ACL and meniscus, which ended his season and possibly his baseball career.
Napoli announced his retirement on December 8, 2018, and On December 9, 2019, Napoli was hired by the Chicago Cubs as their quality assurance coach.
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