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Christopher Trotman Nixon Wiki/Biography
Born Christopher Trotman Nixon on the 11th April 1974 in Durham, North Carolina USA, Trot is a retired professional baseball right fielder, who spent 12 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) playing for the Boston Red Sox (1996, 1998-2006), Cleveland Indians (2007), and New York Mets (2008). During his career, he won the World Series with Boston in 2004.
Have you ever wondered how rich Trot Nixon is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Nixon’s net worth is as high as $13 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a baseball player. Also, Trot has been serving as co-host of the “The 5th Quarter” football show aired on WWAY-TV, which improved his wealth as well.
Trot Nixon Net Worth $13 Million
Trot went to New Hanover High School, located in Wilmington, North Carolina, where he started playing baseball but also excelled in football. In his senior year, he earned State Player of the Year honors in both sports. To speak of his baseball career he led his team to the State 4A title, and had a .512 batting average with 12 home runs, while also posting a state-record of 56 RBI. He was also used as a pitcher, and had 12-0 record with an ERA of 0.40. When it comes to football, he played quarterback position and broke the school’s record for passing which was held by Sonny Jurgensen and Roman Gabriel. He received a football scholarship from the North Carolina State University, however, he was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 1993 MLB Draft, and decided to start his baseball career.
He was chosen by the Red Sox as the seventh overall pick, but spent three seasons in minor leagues, before making his debut in1996 for the Red Sox, but played only two games before being sent back to the minors. He was recalled in 1998, and from1999 he became a consistent player for the Red Sox. With the team, he won the World Series in 2004 when they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 in the series; he was a crucial part as he batted .357 and had 3 doubles and 3 RBIs. Also, he scored last points in the third game for Boston which gave them a 3-0 lead. However, from 2004 his numbers began to decline, and after his contract expired in 2006, the Red Sox decided not to re-sign him.
Trot subsequently signed a contract worth $3 million over one year with the Cleveland Indians, which increased his wealth, and in 99 games he scored three home runs with 31 RBI and a .251 batting average.
After his contract expired he signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks to a minor league contract, and played for the Tucson Sidewinders, but after several successful plays, he was acquired by the New York Mets. Unfortunately, after only 11 games, he finished his season on the disabled list.
He didn’t end his career there, however, as he felt he could still play baseball, and signed a minor contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, but was soon put on the inactive roster, and was released from the team in March 2009, at which point he retired.
He career statistics were 137 home runs, a .274 batting average, and 555 RBIs.
Regarding his personal life, Trot has been married to Kathryn Nixon since 1996; the couple has two children together, and the family resides in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Trot is a devout Christian and has been known to preach his faith with teammates in the clubhouse.
|Full Name||Trot Nixon|
|Net Worth||$13 Million|
|Date Of Birth||April 11, 1974|
|Place Of Birth||Durham, North Carolina, USA|
|Height||6' 1" (1.85 m)|
|Education||New Hanover High School|
|Spouse||Ex-spouse: Kathryn Nixon|
|Children||Luke Nixon, Chase Nixon|
|1||Inducted into the American Legion Department of North Carolina Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005.|
|2||Inducted into the Greater Wilmington [North Carolina] Sports Hall of Fame in 2012.|
|3||Signed to a minor league contract by the Milwaukee Brewers with an invitation to spring training. [December 2008]|
|4||Traded by the Arizona Diamondbacks to the New York Mets for future considerations. [June 2008]|
|5||As a free agent, signed a 1-year, three-million-dollar contract with the Cleveland Indians. [January 2007]|
|6||Has two sons, Chase (b. September 11, 2001) and Luke (b. October 1, 2004). Missed Chase's birth because of the terrorist attack in New York.|
|7||Was named Natioanl High School Baseball player of the year in 1993|
|8||Mad major league debut on 21 September 1996 (first of 2 games played that season).|
|9||Outfielder with the Boston Red Sox (1996, 1998-2006), Cleveland Indians (2007), and New York Mets (2008).|
|Fever Pitch||2005||Trot Nixon|
|Prime 9||2009-2010||TV Series||Himself|
|2007 American League Championship Series||2007||TV Series||Himself - Cleveland Indians Right Fielder|
|Sunday Night Baseball||1999-2007||TV Series||Himself - Boston Red Sox Right Fielder / Himself - Cleveland Indians Right Fielder / Himself - Boston Red Sox Pinch Hitter / ...|
|The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame...||2006||TV Series||Himself|
|History Rings True: Red Sox Opening Day Ring Ceremony||2005||Video documentary||Himself|
|Faith Rewarded: The Historic Season of the 2004 Boston Red Sox||2004||Video documentary||Himself - Red Sox Right Fielder|
|2004 World Series||2004||TV Mini-Series||Himself - Boston Red Sox Right Fielder|
|2004 American League Championship Series||2004||TV Series||Himself - Boston Red Sox Right Fielder|
|Still We Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie||2004||Documentary||Himself|
|2003 American League Championship Series||2003||TV Series||Himself - Boston Red Sox Right Fielder|
|1999 American League Championship Series||1999||TV Mini-Series||Himself - Boston Red Sox Right Fielder|
|Knuckleball!||2012||Documentary||Himself - Boston Red Sox Outfielder (uncredited)|
|Reverse of the Curse of the Bambino||2004||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History||2001||Video documentary||Himself|