Ryan Howard Net Worth|Wiki: Know the earnings and salary of baseball player, his wife, career

Ryan Howard Net Worth|Wiki: Know the earnings and salary of baseball player, his wife, career

Facts of Ryan Howard Net Worth|Wiki: Know the earnings and salary of baseball player, his wife, career

Net worth$60 million
Date of Birth:1979 November 19
First NameRyan James
Last NameHoward
NationalityAmerican
AkaThe Big Piece
Age:40 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 3 Inch

An American former baseball player, Ryan Howard has a net worth of around $60 million. He played for a single team, Philadelphia Phillies from 2004 to 2016. In the field of baseball, he is popularly known as "The Big Piece".

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What are the earnings of Ryan Howard? What are his sources of income? Know about it here:

Playing for a single team throughout his career, Ryan has collected a fortune of $60 million. Without a doubt, his main source of income is sports.

Moreover, Howard is also a writer. He has written six children's book. The book is co-authored by his wife and Erwin Madrid.

Ryan's house

Ryan Howard owns a house in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

We have listed the figures that Ryan Howard has collected from his playing career. Have a look:

Salary(2006)= $355,000
One-year contract(2007)= $900,000
Salary(2007)= $900,000
Salary(2008)= $10 million
Lawsuit settlement(2008)= $10 million
Incentive(2009)= $50,000
Salary(2009)= $15 million
Three-year contract(2009)= $54 million
Five-year extension(2010)= $125 million
Salary(2010)= $19 million
Incentive(2010)= $50,0000
Salary(2011)= $20 million
Salary(2012)=$20 million
Salary(2013)= $20 million
Endorsement earning(2014)= $700,000
Salary(2014)= $25 million
Salary(2015)= $25 million

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Know about Ryan Howard's Career Highlights Here:

Howard started playing college baseball for the Bears from 1998 to 2001. He also won the Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year award in 1999.

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Ryan was selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2001 draft but eventually, he was assigned to the Batavia Muckdogs of some other minor leagues.

He also played for the Scranton/Wilkies-Baree Red Barons of the Class AAA International League. In 2004, he made his first appearance in Major League.

A farewell to Ryan Howard

For the Phillies, Howard scored a total of 1,194 runs and 382 home runs. He became the fasted player in baseball history to reach 1,000 RBIs, 100 home runs, and 200 home runs.

In 2017, Howard agreed to join the Colorado Rockies of the minor league but he retired from baseball on September 4, 2018. And as of 2019, he joined ESPN as an analyst for Baseball Tonight.

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List of Awards and Achievements Received by Ryan Howard:

  • 3 * All-Star(2006, 2009, 2010)
  • World Series Champion(2008)
  • NL MVP(2006)
  • NL Rookie of the Year(2005)
  • NLCS MVP(2009)
  • Silver Slugger Award(2006)
  • NL Hank Aaron Award(2006)
  • 2 * MLB home run leader(2006, 2008)
  • 3 * MLB RBI leader(2006, 2008, 2009)

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When and where was Ryan Howard born? Also, know where did he go for education?

Ryan Joseph Howard was born on November 19, 1979, in St.Louis, Missouri, to the parents, Ron and Cheryl Howard. He has a twin brother, an older brother, and a sister also.

Ryan school yearbook picture

Concerning his education, Howard went to Lafayette High School. He later attended Missouri State University.

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Is Ryan Howard married? Know about his relationship status here:

Yes, Howard has already been married.

Howard and his wife Krystle Campbell

He married former Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader, Krystle Campbell in 2012. The couple has one daughter together.

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Is Howard fond of using social media? Let's check his accounts:

Yes, he is as his Twitter account shows a total of 225K followers and he has tweeted 1,256 times till the date.

Likewise, on Instagram, he has got around 53.5K followers and over there, he has made 170 posts so far.


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