Ryan Howard Net Worth – $120 Million
Ryan Howard’s Salary – $25 Million
Ryan Howard’s net worth and salary: Ryan Howard has a net worth of $120 million as an American professional baseball player. As a former first baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies, Ryan Howard has amassed a substantial net worth. Howard earned the National League MVP in 2006, earning the moniker “The Big Piece.” He weighs 240 pounds and stands at 6 feet 4 inches tall. Left-handed, he bats and throws.
On November 19, 1979, Ryan Howard was born in the city of St. Louis, Missouri. He also has an elder brother and a sister, as well as a fraternal twin brother. Howard holds the record for becoming the only player in MLB history to hit 100 and 200 home runs in the same season.
Howard was known as an excellent pull hitter, and his 48 home runs in 2004 matched him with Adrian Beltre of the Los Angeles Dodgers for the most in major league baseball. In September of 2005, he was awarded the National League Rookie of the Month after hitting.278 with 10 home runs and 22 RBIs. The Sporting News 2006 Player of the Year and the National League Hank Aaron Award were among his honors during the 2006 season.
Howard’s contract was extended by the Phillies on March 2, 2007, for a one-year contract worth $900,000. This was the largest wage ever offered to a non-salary-arbitration player. On February 21, 2008, Howard was awarded $10 million in arbitration against the Phillies, far more than the Phillies’ offer of $7 million, making him the most successful player in an arbitration case.
After signing a three-year, $54 million contract with the Phillies in spring training of 2009, Howard led all players in home runs with 10. Howard’s final three years of salary arbitration eligibility were purchased when he accepted this contract. He’s worked as a marketing ambassador for Adidas and Subway restaurants, as well as appearing on the cover of MLB 08: The Show. Ryan Howard earned a high of $25 million over his career. The Phillies signed Howard to a five-year, $125 million deal in 2010. During his MLB career, he was paid a total of $190 million.