Born in Cincinnati, played for Cincinnati, served as a coach for American Baseball Team, manager for Brazilian Baseball Team, as an analyst of baseball on ESPN, won three Gold Gloves Awards, nine Silver Slugger Awards and lot more, Barry Louis Larkin is a real gem of American pro baseball.
He started his career in 1986, he remained with Cincinnati Reds throughout his career, from debut to retirement in 2004.
He was drafted by Reds as a shortstop first time for $27 Million as a result of 5-years contract, later extended to three more years for $20 million, he blocked a trade offer to New York Mets, remained with Reds despite expensive auction by Mets.
He quit after back-to-back finger and knee injuries.
Larkin’s entire family is involved in pro sports, his son Shane is NBA Player, he is currently playing for Dallas Mavericks in NBA.
|Full Name||Barry Louis Larkin|
|Annual Income||$9 Million|
|NET WORTH||$68 Million|
|Monthly Salary||$500,000 approximately|
Net Worth: $68 Million
Annual Income: $9 Million
Monthly Salary: $500,000 approximately