Jon Lester net worth, income profile and wages per season: Jon Lester is one of the hottest recipes of MLB at present; he is a power pitcher and one of the highest paid basemen in 2016.
Lester is involved in an active charity campaign to eradicate and cure cancer through his Charity Wines project. Jon Lester was diagnosed with Lymphoma in 2005; he recovered in less than two years. Boston Red Sox drafted Jon Lester in 2002 as their pitcher in MLB; Lester was on his career-high from the beginning; he was awarded Eastern League Pitcher of the Year award in the first season of his career.
Lester became an opening day starter by 2011; he received dozens of monthly and daily awards and records while playing for Boston Red Sox, plus his contract money was highest; he earned almost a million dollar every month playing for Red Sox.
Net Worth of Jon Lester:
Jon Lester finally broke up with Red Sox, initially joining Oakland Athletics, he signed a five-year contract with Chicago Cubs for $115 Million. Lester obtained an ERA of 3.34 in the first season with Cubs.
Lester and his wife are doing a great initiative to fight and help others combat cancer by providing financial support to the patients and their families. Jon Lester net worth and assets congregated from various online sources, and official franchise websites are listed in the chart.
Net Worth: $150 Million
Income Per Season: $30 Million
Annual Income(from all sources): $40 Million
Monthly Income: $1.5 Million