Graig Nettles Net Worth

Graig Nettles Net Worth is
$12 Million

Graig Nettles Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Graig Nettles (born August 20, 1944), nicknamed "Puff", is an American former Major League Baseball third baseman. During a 22-year baseball career, he played for the Minnesota Twins (1967–1969), Cleveland Indians (1970–1972), New York Yankees (1973–1983), San Diego Padres (1984–1986), Atlanta Braves (1987) and Montreal Expos (1988).Nettles was one of the best defensive third basemen of all time, and despite his relatively low career batting average, he was an excellent offensive contributor, setting an American League record for career home runs by a third baseman. As a part of four pennant-winning Yankee teams, Nettles enjoyed his best season in 1977 when he won the Gold Glove Award and had career-highs in home runs (37) and runs batted in (107) in leading the Yankees to the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Date Of BirthAugust 20, 1944
Place Of BirthSan Diego, California, USA
Height6' (1.83 m)
Star SignLeo
#Quote
1The best thing about being a Yankee is getting to watch Reggie Jackson play every day. The worst thing about being a Yankee? Getting to watch Reggie Jackson play every day.
2In one year, Sparky Lyle went from Cy Young to sayonara.
3When I was a little boy, I wanted to be a baseball player and join the circus. With the Yankees I have accomplished both.
#Fact
1Lenoir City, TN (near Knoxville): Retired and living close to his children and grandchildren. [March 2012]
2Retired and living in San Diego [June 2003]
3Led the American League in Home Runs (32), Extra-Base Hits (63) and At Bats per Home Run (18.2).
4Led the American League in Sacrifice Flies (11) in 1975.
5Finished 16th in voting for 1976 American League MVP for leading League in Home Runs (32) and Extra-Base Hits (63) and having .254 Batting Average (148 for 583), 88 Runs, 29 Doubles, 2 Triples, 93 RBI, 11 Stolen Bases, 62 Walks, .327 On base percentage, .475 Slugging Percentage, 277 Total Bases, 2 Sacrifice Hits, 5 Sacrifice Flies and 6 Intentional Walks in 158 Games.
6Finished 28th in voting for 1971 American League MVP for having .261 Batting Average (156 for 598), 78 Runs, 18 Doubles, 1 Triple, 28 Home Runs, 86 RBI, 7 Stolen Bases, 82 Walks, .350 On base percentage, .435 Slugging Percentage, 260 Total Bases, 1 Sacrifice Hit, 6 Sacrifice Flies and 6 Intentional Walks in 158 Games.
7Finished 6th in voting for 1978 American League MVP for playing in 159 games and having 270 Total Bases, 27 Home Runs, 9 Sacrifice Flies and Grounding into Double Plays 20 times.
8Finished 5th in voting for 1977 American League MVP for having 99 Runs, 292 Total Bases, 37 Home Runs, 107 RBI, 64 Extra-Base Hits and 8 Intentional Walks.
9Third Baseman for Minnesota Twins (1967-1969), Cleveland Indians (1970-1972), New York Yankees (1973-1983), San Diego Padres (1984-1986), Atlanta Braves (1987) and Montreal Expos (1988).
10Member of 1969 American League Western Division Champion Minnesota Twins team. Member of 1976 and 1981 American League Champion New York Yankees teams. Member of 1977 and 1978 World Series Champion New York Yankees teams. Member of 1980 American League Eastern Division Champion New York Yankees team. Member of 1984 National League Champion San Diego Padres team.
11Named to 4 American League All Star Teams (1975 and 1977-1980) and 1985 National League All Star Team.
12Won 1977 and 1978 American League Gold Glove Awards at Third Base.
131981 American League Championship Series MVP for having .500 Batting Average (6 for 12), 2 Runs, 2 Doubles, 1 Home Run, 9 RBI and 1 Walk.

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Night at the Hot Corner2007TV MovieHimself
The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame...2006TV SeriesHimself
ESPN 25: Who's #1?2004-2006TV Series documentaryHimself
100 Years of the World Series2003Video documentaryHimself
ESPN SportsCentury2000-2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Sunday Night Baseball1991TV SeriesHimself - New York Yankees First Base Coach
This Week in Baseball's Greatest Plays1991VideoHimself
1985 MLB All-Star Game1985TV SpecialHimself - NL Third Baseman
1984 World Series1984TV Mini-SeriesHimself - San Diego Padres Third Baseman
1984 National League Championship Series1984TV Mini-SeriesHimself - San Diego Padres Third Baseman
1981 World Series1981TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Third Baseman
1981 American League Championship Series1981TV SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Third Baseman
1980 American League Championship Series1980TV SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Pinch Hitter / Third Baseman / Himself - New York Yankees Third Baseman
1980 MLB All-Star Game1980TV SpecialHimself - AL Third Baseman
1979 MLB All-Star Game1979TV SpecialHimself - AL Third Baseman
1978 American League Championship Series1978TV SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Third Baseman
1977 World Series1977TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Third Baseman
1977 American League Championship Series1977TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Third Baseman
1977 MLB All-Star Game1977TV SpecialHimself - AL Third Baseman
1976 World Series1976TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Third Baseman
1976 American League Championship Series1976TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Third Baseman
1975 MLB All-Star Game1975TV SpecialHimself - AL Third Baseman
1969 American League Championship Series1969TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Minnesota Twins Pinch Hitter

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
ESPN 25: Who's #1?2005TV Series documentaryHimself
Reverse of the Curse of the Bambino2004TV Movie documentaryHimself

Known for movies

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