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Rickey Henderson Net Worth

Rickey Henderson Net Worth is
$20 Million

Rickey Henderson Bio/Wiki 2018

Rickey Henderson Net Worth $28 Million

Former Major League Baseball left fielder who played for nine teams from 1979 to 2003, Rickey Henley Henderson, has an estimated net worth of $28 million. An outfielder with all the Oakland Athletics (1979–84, 1989–93, 1994–95, 1998), New York Yankees (1985–89), Toronto Blue Jays (1993), San Diego Padres (1996–97, 2001), Anaheim Angels (1997), New York Mets (1999–2000), Seattle Mariners (2000), Boston Red Sox (2002), and Los Angeles Dodgers (2003), he was the most prolific base stealer in major-league history, with 1,406 stolen bases. Able both of breaking a match open having a home run and of interrupting adversaries’ defenses along with his baserunning, he was nearly unique among leadoff hitters, probably the finest in baseball history. In 1982 the home stole 130 bases, a single-season record, and in 1991 he stole his 939th base, breaking Lou Brock’s career record. In 2001 the home stroked his 3,000th hit and broke Ty Cobb’s career record for runs scored and Babe Ruth’s for walks, ultimately scoring 2,295 runs and receiving 2,190 walks.



Full NameRickey Henderson
Net Worth$20 Million
Date Of BirthDecember 25, 1958
Place Of BirthChicago, Illinois, United States
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight195 lbs (88.5 kg)
ProfessionBaseball athlete
EducationOakland Technical High School
NationalityAmerican
SpousePamela Palmer (m. 1983)
ChildrenAlexis Henderson, Adrianna Henderson, Angela Henderson
SiblingsTyrone Henderson, Paula Henderson
Nicknames瑞奇·韓德森
AwardsAmerican League Most Valuable Player Award
MoviesMajor League Baseball: Memorable Moments, Billy Martin: The Man, the Myth, the Manager
#Trademark
1Referring to himself in the third person
#Quote
1After breaking Lou Brock's stolen base record "Today I am the greatest of all time."
#Fact
1Spring Training Instructor for the New York Mets. [February 2006]
2Holds major league records for most home runs by a leadoff batter (first inning) in a career (81) and the American League (73).
3Made major league debut on 24 June 1979.
4Elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2009 (first year of eligibility).
5Outfielder with the Oakland Athletics (1979-1984; 1989[end]-1993[start]; 1994-1995; 1998), New York Yankees (1985-1989[start]), Toronto Blue Jays (1993[end]), San Diego Padres (1996-1997[start]; 2001), Anaheim Angels (1997[end]), New York Mets (1999-2000[start]), Seattle Mariners (2000[end]), Boston Red Sox (2002), and Los Angeles Dodgers (2003).
6Finished 24th in voting for 1983 American League MVP for leading League in Walks (103) and Stolen Bases (108) and having .292 Batting Average (150 for 513), 105 Runs, 25 Doubles, 7 Triples, 9 Home Runs, 48 RBI, .414 On-base percentage, .421 Slugging Percentage, 216 Total Bases, 1 Sacrifice Hit, 1 Sacrifice Fly and 8 Intentional Walks in 145 Games.
7Finished 10th in voting for 1982 American League MVP for leading League in Walks (116) and Stolen Bases (130) and having .267 Batting Average (143 for 536), 119 Runs, 24 Doubles, 4 Triples, 10 Home Runs, 51 RBI, .398 On-base percentage, .382 Slugging Percentage, 205 Total Bases, 2 Sacrifice Flies and 1 Intentional Walk in 149 Games.
8Finished 2nd in voting, to Rollie Fingers, for 1981 American League MVP for leading League in Runs (89), Hits (135) and Stolen Bases (56). Also had .319 Batting Average, 18 Doubles, 7 Triples, 6 Home Runs, 35 RBI, 64 Walks, .408 On-base percentage, .437 Slugging Percentage, 185 Total Bases, 4 Sacrifice Flies and 4 Intentional Walks in 108 Games.
9Finished 10th in voting for 1980 American League MVP for leading League in Stolen Bases (100) and having .303 Batting Average (179 for 591), 111 Runs, 22 Doubles, 4 Triples, 9 Home Runs, 53 RBI, 117 Walks, .420 On-base percentage, .399 Slugging Percentage, 236 Total Bases, 6 Sacrifice Hits, 3 Sacrifice Flies and 7 Intentional Walks in 158 Games.
10Named 1989 American League Championship Series MVP for having .400 Batting Average (6 for 15), 8 Runs, 1 Double, 1 Triple, 2 Home Runs, 5 RBI, 7 Walks, .609 On-base percentage, 1.000 Slugging Percentage and 8 Stolen Bases in 5 Games.
11Won 1981 American League Gold Glove Award as Outfielder.
12Won 3 American League Silver Slugger Awards as Outfielder (1981, 1985 and 1990).
13Member of 1981 and 1992 American League Western Division Champion Oakland Athletics teams. Member of 1989 World Series Champion Oakland Athletics team. Member of 1990 American League Champion Oakland Athletics team. Member of 1993 World Series Champion Toronto Blue Jays team. Member of 1996 National League Western Division Champion San Diego Padres team. Member of 2000 National League Champion New York Mets team.
14Holds New York Yankees record for most Stolen Bases in a season (93 in 1988).
15New York Yankees All-Time Leader in Stolen Bases (326).
16Holds Oakland Athletics record for most Stolen Bases in a season (130 in 1982).
17Oakland Athletics All-Time Leader in Runs (1,270), Walks (1,227), Stolen Bases (867) and Times on Base (3,050).
18Collected 1406 stolen bases in 25 MLB seasons.
19Batted .279 in 25 MLB seasons.
20He is a 10 time all-star.
21Baseball's all-time stolen base leader

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wiffle Ball2008Short special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Making of Mr. October2016Documentary
School of Rickey2016TV Movie documentary
Prime 92010TV SeriesHimself
Late Show with David Letterman2009TV SeriesHimself - Top Ten List Presenter
ESPN SportsCentury2000-2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Sunday Night Baseball1991-2003TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Left Fielder / Himself - New York Mets Left Fielder / Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Left Fielder / ...
2000 American League Championship Series2000TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Seattle Mariners Left Fielder
1999 National League Championship Series1999TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Mets Left Fielder
1993 American League Championship Series1993TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Toronto Blue Jays Left Fielder
1992 American League Championship Series1992TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Left Fielder
Baseball 1991: A Video Yearbook1991VideoHimself
1991 MLB All-Star Game1991TV SpecialHimself - AL Left Fielder
1990 World Series1990TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Left Fielder
1990 American League Championship Series1990TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Left Fielder
1990 MLB All-Star Game1990TV SpecialHimself - AL Left Fielder
1989 World Series1989TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Left Fielder
1989 American League Championship Series1989TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Left Fielder
1988 MLB All-Star Game1988TV SpecialHimself - AL Center Fielder
1987 MLB All-Star Game1987TV SpecialHimself - AL Center Fielder
1986 MLB All-Star Game1986TV SpecialHimself - AL Left Fielder
1985 MLB All-Star Game1985TV SpecialHimself - AL Center Fielder
Late Night with David Letterman1984TV SeriesHimself
1984 MLB All-Star Game1984TV SpecialHimself - AL Outfielder
1983 MLB All-Star Game1983TV SpecialHimself - AL Outfielder
1982 MLB All-Star Game1982TV SpecialHimself - AL Left Fielder
1981 American League Championship Series1981TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Left Fielder
1980 MLB All-Star Game1980TV SpecialHimself - AL Outfielder

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Hall for Heroes: The Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction of 19392010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Rome Is Burning2007-2010TV SeriesHimself
Prime 92009TV SeriesHimself
DHL Presents Major League Baseball Hometown Heroes2006TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
MC Hammer: 2 Legit - The Videos2002Video documentaryHimself (segment "Too Legit to Quit")

Known for movies

Source
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