Adam LaMarque Jones is an American professional baseball center fielder. Jones had a real tough life back in his childhood, the reason his nerves are strong enough to handle the pressure of MLB.
He is now associated with Baltimore Orioles. Jones career got a kickstart in 2003 in MLB when drafted by Seattle Mariners; he was already doing great outside MLB.Through Minor League system, Adam Jones performed consistently before getting transferred to Orioles. He started his career as a pitcher and shortstop; he made his MLB debut for Mariners. The net worth and assets of Adam Jones were $30 Million in MLB 2014 season. He would be worth $190 Million in 2020.
Interesting Fact: Adam Jones was unaware of Baseball until his stepfather took him to some baseball match when he was 12.
Jones completed his first full MLB season in 2008 with incredible achievements that included breaking a record at Yankee Stadium and ending the first season with .270 batting average and nine home runs.
Jones was out of the league in early rounds due to his ankle injury, his comeback was speedy and productive for Orioles, in 2010, he ended up with .284 average in batting. Those three years appeared his best in the whole career; he won gold gloves, MLB all-star, and Silver Slugger awards in those years.
Jones became the highest paid center fielder in franchise history and the second-largest in MLB history, his contract worth $91.5 Million for six years made him an exclusive player for MLB 2012 season. He hit his 100th home run of his career in 2012, and 26th in the season.
Net Worth Of Adam Jones:
Jones has been successful in his professional career since 2003; he played for American national baseball team, won five MLB all-time awards, four gold gloves, and countless cheers from his fans. Adam Jones is now the highest home run achiever for his franchise. The net worth of Adam Jones and his income per year along with his cars, houses, boats, etc. is specified.
Net Worth: $110 Million
Income per year: $10 Million
Monthly Salary: $1 Million