The high-school player of the year named by USA Today at the age of 16 and all of the MLB franchises waiting to sign him in was the greatest moment in his life. Clayton Kershaw was loaded with baseball talent when he first pitched in his junior school. He was made for baseball, after earning a place as a pitcher for Los Angeles Dodgers, he made the quickest run to Major League becoming a youngest MLB pitcher, he kept the record for a year.
In 2008, he made his MLB debut against Cardinals, he struck a batter in the first seven pitches.
Clayton Kershaw net worth was reportedly tenfold by the end of 2010. By 2011, he was named as the starter for LA Dodgers, he won a CY Young Award, and NL Player of the week for the first time in 2011, after the MLB contract was renewed for a couple of years by Dodgers, he again contested and was runner-up in CY Young Award.
Net Worth of Clayton Kershaw:
Kershaw won his second CY Young Award in 2013, and third one in 2014. He also won an MVP Award in that season. Clayton had been on the list of all-star player for 6 years, he is one of the four Dodgers to consecutively play as a starter for four seasons straight in his career. His ERA and RBI are exceptional when compared to his teammates.
Clayton Kershaw net worth include monthly endorsements, draft cash per season, payouts from multinational firms as an ambassador and advertisements, cars, and house.
Net Worth: $100 Million
Monthly Pay: $1 Million
Annual Salary: $10 Million