Chipper Jones Net Worth

Chipper Jones Net Worth : $110 Million

Profile

An American Former Professional Baseball Player

Chipper Jones Annual Income

$13 Million (2012)

Nationality

American

Source of Wealth

Baseball

Date of Birth

April 24, 1972

Education

Acquired high school diploma from Bolles School

Marital Status

Divorced

Children

4

Chipper Jones’ Income & Total Net Worth

Chipper Jones,  the former American baseball player, has a total net worth of $110 million, which he has accumulated through his baseball career. His annual salary is $13 million. According to sources, he earns $24,4700 weekly and $38,370 daily. He has won various baseball matches and received awards for his outstanding performances on the field. He announced his retirement at the end of 2012 season.

Properties: Private Fortune

Chipper Jones owned a luxurious house in Roswell, Georgia. He bought it for $4.3 million in the year 2005. This house is spread over at 2.5 acres area. It has 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a huge theatre room, a beautiful dining room, 2 fireplaces, well-equipped kitchen, laundry room, a pantry, a private courtyard and a huge garage with parking facilities for 6 cars. The house also has a swimming pool, outdoor fireplace and beautiful landscapes around it. Now, this Roswell mansion is put on sale for $3.19 million. He is also associated with ‘Double Dime Ranch’. It is located towards west and south of San Antonio. It is developed to raise native wildlife. It has a rifle range, an automatic skeet range and tanks for fishing.

Chipper Jones’ Career

Jones was selected by Atlanta Braves, the professional baseball team of Atlanta, in 1990 Major League Baseball Draft. He signed a contract of $400,000 with the team. He played various minor leagues in 1991-93. He played major leagues in 1993-98. He debuted as the youngest player in the league on September 11, 1993. He won National League MVP (Most Valuable Player) in 1999. In 2008, he agreed to play for USA team in 2009 World Baseball Classic. In 2012, he retired, and undergone a surgery of his left knee, which was suffering from meniscus.

Awards and Honours

  • He was honoured as “First Overall Draft Pick” in 1990.
  • He was the “World Series Champion” in 1995.
  • He received “NL The Sporting News Rookie of the Year Award” in 1995.
  • He was honoured as “NL Most Valuable Player” in 1999.
  • He was the “NL Batting Champion” in 2008.
  • He was honoured “NL Player of the Week” in 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2008.
  • He won “NL All-Star” for eight times.

Charity Work

Chipper Jones runs a foundation, named Chipper Jones Family Foundation, which has contributed thousands of dollars to the youth baseball programs. The funds are utilized in repairing and reconstructing the ballparks in Florida and Georgia. Jones also raised funds for the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta by hosting the “Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament”. He, along with Tim Hudson, introduced the charity event, named “Eight Annual Tim Hudson and Chipper Jones Birdies and Baseball Charity Event”. The funds generated from this event were donated to the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.