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Bret Robert Boone Wiki/Biography
Born Bret Robert Boone on the 6th April 1969 in El Cajon, California USA, he is a retired Major League Baseball (MLB) second baseman, who played for the Seattle Mariners (1992-1993, and again from 2001 to 2005), Cincinnati Reds (1994-1998), Atlanta Braves (1999), San Diego Padres (2000), and Minnesota Twins in 2005, after which he retired. He came out of retirement in 2008 and signed with the Washington Nationals, but never made an MLB appearance again.
Have you ever wondered how rich Bret Boone is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Boone’s net worth is as high as $20 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a baseball player.
Bret Boone Net Worth $20 Million
Bret is the son of former major league player and manager Bob Boone and his wife Susan. He has a brother, Aaron, who is also a retired baseball player. His father him and his brother influenced a lot, but also Bret and Aaron started on their own to hang out in the Phillies clubhouse with Pete Rose Jr., who also became a baseball player, then Ryan Luzinski, and Mark McGraw.
Bret went to El Dorado High School, and after matriculation enrolled at the University of Southern California. He played baseball for the USC Trojans, but after only one year, he declared for the MLB Draft, and was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the fifth round, so signing his first professional contract, which started his net worth.
Bret made history the moment he stepped on to the field as he became a third-generation big-leaguer, the first-ever since his father Bob, and his grandfather Ray also played baseball.
In his rookie season for the Mariners, Bret posted four homeruns, but then in 1993 he set the team record for most homeruns scored by a second baseman with 12. Unfortunately, that wasn’t enough to stop his trade to the Cincinnati Reds, where he stayed until 1998, and won his first Golden Glove Award that year, while also receiving his first All-Star game invitation, thanks to his improving performance.
After the Reds, he played one year for the Atlanta Braves and the San Diego Padres, only to return to the Mariners in 2001. He stayed in Seattle for the next four years, and played his best baseball, earning his second and third All-Star game appearances, while also winning three Golden Gloves in consecutive years from 2002 to 2004. Also, he won two Silver Slugger Awards in 2001 and 2003, while in 2001 he was the AL RBI leader. Then in 2005 he was traded to the Minnesota Twins, who released him just after 14 games, due to his poor performance.
He decided to retire that year, but in 2006 he signed a minor league contract with the New York Mets, but didn’t make an MLB appearance. He then retired again, stating that he lacked passion for the game. However, that wasn’t the end of his career as in 2008 he signed a minor league contract with the Washington Nationals. Unfortunately, he just wasn’t good enough for the major league squad, and announced his retirement again.
He started his managerial career in 2010, assuming the position at the Victoria Seals that compete in the Golden Baseball League, but after only four games, it was announced by the club’s officials that Bret was leaving the team for good, due to family matters, without elaboration.
Regarding his personal life, Bret has been married to Suzi with whom he has two children, daughter Savannah Boone, and son Jacob Boone.
|Full Name||Bret Boone|
|Net Worth||$20 Million|
|Date Of Birth||April 6, 1969|
|Place Of Birth||El Cajon, California, USA|
|Height||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
|Education||University of Southern California|
|Children||Jacob Boone, Savannah Boone|
|Siblings||Aaron Boone, Matthew Boone|
|1||Flipping his bat after hitting a homerun|
|1||At times during my career, I would have to remind myself that they're not saying boo, they're saying Boone.|
|1||Currently a free agent after being cut for the second time this season. First by the Mariners and then by the Twins. [August 2005]|
|2||(May 28) Boone has decided to retire again. After hitting .189 for the Washington Nationals in 12 spring training games, he accepted an assignment to Triple-A Columbus, but left the team on 17 April 2008 to return to his family in San Diego. |
|3||(January 4) Agreed to a minor league contract with the New York Mets. |
|4||(February 18) Ended his retirement to sign a minor league contract with the Washington Nationals. |
|5||Played in final major league game 30 July 2005.|
|6||Made major league debut 19 August 1992.|
|7||Second baseman with the Seattle Mariners (1992-1993; 2001-2005[start]), Cincinnate Reds (1994-1998), Atlanta Braves (1999), San Diego Padres (2000), and Minnesota Twins (2005[end]).|
|8||Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson through male line of Daniel Boone, who in turn was a male line descendant of the ancient Norman noble family de Bohun.|
|9||Four-time Gold Glove Award winner|
|11||Brother-in-law of Laura Cover|
|12||Brother is Aaron Boone . Father is Bob Boone. Grandfather is the late Ray Boone. All have had successful major league baseball careers.|
|Sunday Night Baseball||1994-2004||TV Series||Himself - Seattle Mariners Second Baseman / Himself - Cincinnati Reds Second Baseman / Himself - Atlanta Braves Second Baseman / ...|
|2003 American League Championship Series||2003||TV Series||Himself - Color Commentator|
|2003 MLB All-Star Game||2003||TV Special||Himself - AL Second Baseman: Seattle Mariners|
|Sweet 116: The 2001 Seattle Mariners History Making Season||2001||Video||Himself|
|2001 American League Championship Series||2001||TV Series||Himself - Seattle Mariners Second Baseman|
|2001 MLB All-Star Game||2001||TV Special||Himself|
|1999 National League Championship Series||1999||TV Mini-Series||Himself - Atlanta Braves Second Baseman|
|1998 MLB All-Star Game||1998||TV Special||Himself|
|MLB on FOX||1996||TV Series||Himself|
|1995 National League Championship Series||1995||TV Series||Himself - Cincinnati Reds Second Baseman|
|Prime 9||2010||TV Series||Himself|