Larry Wayne Jones Jr, aka chipper Jones, was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, who played for the Atlanta Braves for 19 seasons in his 23 years long professional baseball career.
He made millions playing for the Atlanta Braves, and now the former baseball player is enjoying retired life. Here’s what you should know about Chipper Jones’ net worth, salary, house, cars, and other assets.
Who Is Chipper Jones? Career Highlight
Chipper Jones is a retired American baseball player. He was born on 24th April 1972 to American parents, Larry Wayne Jones Sr and Lynne Jones, in DeLand, Florida. Jones began playing baseball in the Littel League from the age of 7. During his high school, he was a pitcher and shortstop also had won the state double-A championship.
Chipper Jones was the Atlanta Braves’ number one overall pick in the 1990 MLB Draft. Additionally, he was the third baseman for 17 years. In the initial phase, he started playing in minors, before heading up to the majors in 1993.
Moreover, he played the 1995 World Series championship, where he defeated the Cleveland Indians. Further, he is all-time second switch hitters behind Eddie Murray in RBI career.
He was the only switch hitter in MLB history with an average career batting of .300 and 4000 or more home runs. In his MLB career, he has accumulated 5,000 at-bats and finished with a .300 batting average, .400 on-base percentage, and .500 slugging percentage.
What Is Chipper Jones Net Worth In 2019?
Moving straight to his income, Chipper Jones’s net worth before his divorce was reportedly around $110 million. He retired from baseball in 2012 and now works as an adviser to young players. His salary before he retired was somewhere approximately $13 million.
However, after paying the divorce alimony to his ex-wife, Sharon Logonov, his net worth dropped rapidly; currently, his net worth is reportedly around $90 million.
When Jones was playing every arrangement and extensions, he penned would be something played in the news. He was one of the highest-earnings sports personalities then.
After Jones won the 1999 National League MVP, he signed his first pro contract. His first pro contract was a six-year deal worth $90 million in 2000.
Following the 2005 season, Chipper renewed his contract with the Braves but as an elite free agent and earned Braves $15 million over the next three years. Finally, in 2009, Chipper nailed a three years deal worth $42 million, which later rose up to $63 million in the fourth season. His annual salary was around $13 million, with an added signing bonus of $3 million.
Let’s take a look at Chipper Jones’ salary earned during his career:
|2005||$11 Million||$1.33 Million|
|2006||$11 Million||$1.33 Million|
|2007||$11 Million||$1.33 Million|
|2008||$11 Million||$1.33 Million|
|2010||$13 Million||$1 Million|
|2011||$13 Million||$1 Million|
|2012||$13 Million||$1 Million|
Jones also is endorsed by various sports brands such as Mizuno USA Inc, a sportswear company, Volvo, a car company, Wendy’s International, a restaurant company, Lowe’s Cos. retail company, Coca-Cola and Malley’s Chocolates.
The former MLB player resides in a Rosewell based house that he bought in 2012 for $1.22 million. The property lies on 4,500 square feet and features six-bedroom, six, and two half bathrooms.
Jones has listed his George’s home, up for sale. He recorded his 15,057 square-foot home in Alpharetta for $3,75 million. The house sits on a 4.46-acre plot and has eight bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, and a three-level library.
Also, it has a basketball ball court equipped with a sprawling backyard field and private batting cages.
Chipper also has another beautiful mansion in Rosewell, GA. He purchased the 23, 504 square-foot property in 2014 for $2.8 million.
Besides, he also owned a two-story house in Florida worth $700,000 in 2005. The property spread on 3,398 square feet area, featuring four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a spa, and a swimming pool.
Chipper Jones is a truck person. He took to Twitter and shared a snap of his new truck, back in 2014.
It looks like he is all about heavy-duty trucks, which accommodates his big family.
Quick Info about Chipper Jones
|Date of Birth||April 24, 1972|
|Age||47 years old|
|Profession||Former Baseball Player|
|Net Worth||$110 Million|
|Ex-Wives||Karin Fulford and Sharon Loginov|
|Height||6 feet 4 inches|