Since the Astros won the World Series in the 2017 campaign Jose Altuve was consolidated as one of the most important faces in Major League Baseball (despite the fact that he previously had four elections to the All-Star Game) and thanks to his 11 brilliant years as a Major League player, the Venezuelan a significant sum of greenbacks has been pocketed.
José Altuve: I am a different player. I am not 6’5 or I weigh the 240lbs of other players. I am not only small, but the smallest of all. My game has to be diverse and do a bit of everything. I made technical adjustments and they have given good results. #josealtuve #astros pic.twitter.com/uDYzQyUzIE
– DANIEL HABIF (@DanielHabif) October 28, 2021
How much money has José Altuve made in MLB?
According to the portal CelebrityNetWorth.com, José Altuve has an estimated fortune of $ 20 million.
This figure is the product of the Venezuelan second baseman has pocketed 83.19 million USD throughout more than a decade as a professional. That figure is divided into 61.35 MDD as a salary concept and an additional 21.84 million as signing bonuses.
Notably, Altuve has made most of his fortune in the past four seasons. Between 2008, year in which it began to operate in the branches of the planets, and until 2017, the South American only received 9.47 million dollars.
Much of Altuve’s nearing $ 100 million is a contract extension for seven years and $ 163.5 million that he signed after winning the World Series. With three years remaining on his current deal, the Astros still owe him $ 78 million and at the end of the deal, the player’s earnings will go up to $ 161.19 million for life.
In the sponsorship department, it is reported that the 31-year-old infielder has agreements with the automobile company Chevrolet and with New Era, the organization in charge of providing the Big Top game caps.
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