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Justin Verlander Net Worth 2022 | Salary | Biograpy

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May 10, 2022

Net Worth: $150 Million
Salary: $33 Million

What is Justin Verlander’s Net Worth?

American professional baseball pitcher Justin Verlander has a net worth of $150 million. In 2017, he won the World Series with the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball. Previously, he played for the Detroit Tigers, where he helped the team win four consecutive AL Central Division titles and two AL pennants. Verlander is a multiple-time MLB All-Star and two-time Cy Young Award winner.

 

Contracts

Justin signed a seven-year, $180 million contract with the Detroit Tigers in 2013. Between 2017 and 2018, Justin Verlander earned $30 million in salary and endorsements. This was sufficient to make him one of the highest-paid athletes on the planet. He signed a two-year, $66 million contract with the Houston Astros in March of 2019.

 

Early Life and Professional Career

Kathy and Theodore Verlander welcomed their son, Justin, on February 20, 1983 in Manakin-Sabot, Virginia. Ben is his younger sibling. As a child, Verlander attended the Richmond Baseball Academy, where he demonstrated his talent by throwing an 84 mph fastball. He then attended Goochland High School and Old Dominion University. Three years were spent as the pitcher for the baseball team at Old Dominion. In 2003, Verlander set a single-season school record with 139 strikeouts; the following year, he broke his own record with 151 strikeouts. Verlander concluded his collegiate career as Old Dominion University’s all-time leader in strikeouts.

 

In 2003, while still a student, Verlander pitched for the United States national baseball team in the Pan American Games. The team won the silver medal, and Verlander was named to the All-CAA team. In 2005, he began his professional baseball career after being drafted by the Detroit Tigers. Verlander played for two of the organization’s minor league affiliates: the Erie SeaWolves and the Lakeland Flying Tigers.

 

2006-2013 Detroit Tigers

2006 marked Verlander’s first full Major League Baseball season with the Detroit Tigers. During the course of the season, he struck out 124 batters in 186 innings and was named AL Rookie of the Year. Verlander and the Tigers advanced to the World Series, where they were defeated in five games by the Cardinals. The following year, Verlander recorded 183 strikeouts and a 3.50 ERA. In 2009, he led Major League Baseball in strikeouts with 269, the most by a Tiger since 1971.

 

In the spring of 2011, Verlander struck out 1,000 batters in a victory over the White Sox. Shortly thereafter, he pitched a no-hitter against the Blue Jays for the second time in his career. By the end of the season, Verlander had won the coveted AL Pitching Triple Crown, having led the league in victories, strikeouts, and earned run average. In addition, he won the AL MVP Award and the AL Cy Young Award in a unanimous vote.

In 2012, Verlander helped the Tigers advance to the ALCS and then the World Series against the San Francisco Giants. In the end, the Giants swept the Series. In a close race for the AL Cy Young Award, Verlander finished second to David Price of the Rays. Before the 2013 season, Verlander signed a seven-year, $180 million contract with the Tigers, making him the highest-paid pitcher in Major League Baseball history. During the following season, he recorded his 1,500th career strikeout and helped lead the Tigers to another ALCS appearance.

 

2014-2017 Detroit Tigers

Early in the 2014 season, Verlander underwent surgery on his abdominal muscles and struggled with his performance. He was omitted from the AL All-Star team for the first time since 2008, and his 159 strikeouts were his lowest total since 2006. Due to a triceps strain, Verlander began the following season on the disabled list. In June, he returned to the Tigers after completing a rehab assignment with the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens.

 

Following a difficult 2015 campaign, Verlander returned in 2016 to record his 2,000th career strikeout. He concluded the season with 254 strikeouts, leading the AL for the fourth time in his career. Again, Verlander finished second in AL Cy Young voting, just behind Rick Porcello. In his final season with the Tigers in 2017, Verlander tied the franchise record for Opening Day strikeouts with ten. He also recorded his first RBI of his career.

 

The Houston Astros

Verlander was traded to the Houston Astros in 2017. His first season with the team was a tremendous success, as he won all five of his regular-season starts and finished with 219 strikeouts. Verlander and the Astros reached the ALCS, where they defeated the Yankees to reach the World Series for the second time in franchise history. Verlander won his first World Series championship after the Astros defeated the Dodgers in seven games. Next season, he threw a complete game shutout against the Angels and recorded his 2,500th career strikeout. He finished the 2018 season with a career-high 290 strikeouts and once again led the Astros to the ALCS. In addition, he again finished second in Cy Young voting.

 

In 2019, Verlander was selected to the AL All-Star team for the eighth time. Later, at the beginning of the regular season, he became only the 18th pitcher in Major League Baseball history to record 3,000 career strikeouts; more history was made when he finished the season with a career-high 300 strikeouts. The Astros appeared in the World Series once more, losing to the Washington Nationals this time. Subsequently, Verlander received his second Cy Young Award. Verlander missed the majority of the COVID-delayed 2020 season due to injuries to his groyne and forearm. The following season, he was placed on the injured list while recovering from Tommy John surgery.

 

Private Life

Early in 2014, Verlander began dating model and actress Kate Upton; the couple became engaged in 2016. Two days after Verlander won the 2017 World Series in November, the couple wed in a mediaeval church in Italy. They have a daughter named Genevieve.

 

Real Estate

In 2016, Upton and Verlander paid $5.25 million for a Beverly Hills mansion with an impressive Hollywood pedigree. The 5,706 square foot residence was built in 1976. It was previously owned by tennis legend Pete Sampras, who purchased it from musician Kenny G. It was formerly owned by actress Kate Jackson, producer Jon Peters, and television producer-director William Asher. The 1.5-acre property features a pool and spa, a tennis court, multiple outdoor lounge areas, a maid’s room, and a bonus room with its own entrance. In January 2022, Justin and Kate listed their home for sale at $11.75 million.

 

In August of 2021, Justin and Kate paid $6.5 million for a home in Jupiter, Florida. They also own a large parcel of undeveloped land in the same town, where they intend to construct a home from scratch.

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