Jack Clements Net Worth

Jack Clements Net Worth is

Jack Clements Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

John J. "Jack" Clements (July 24, 1864 – May 23, 1941) was a baseball player who played for 17 seasons in the Major Leagues. A catcher for nearly his entire career, despite being left-handed, Clements caught 1,073 games, almost four times as many as any other left-handed player in major league history and was the last left-hander to catch on a regular basis. He is credited with being the first catcher to wear a chest protector.Born in Philadelphia, Clements began his major league career in 1884 in the Union Association. He played as a catcher/outfielder for the Philadelphia Keystones until the team folded in August. Clements then went to the National League, signing with the Philadelphia Quakers to finish the year.Clements spent the next 13 seasons with the Quakers (who became the Phillies in 1890), and became the team's regular catcher in 1888. He also served as a player-manager during part of the 1890 season when manager Harry Wright suffered temporary blindness. During the 1890s, he established himself as one of the National League's top hitters, finishing among the top 4 in batting average on 3 occasions. Clements also hit for power, finishing second in the NL with 17 home runs in 1893 and finishing third in the NL with 13 in 1895. Also in 1895, he finished with a .394 batting average, the highest single-season average by a catcher in major league history.After the 1897 season, Clements was traded to the St. Louis Browns. He played one season for the Browns, during which he became the first player (of either handedness) to catch 1,000 games in his career.Before the 1899 season, Clements was assigned to the Cleveland Spiders. The move took place after Spiders owners Frank and Stanley Robison purchased the Browns and re-distributed players among the two franchises. Clements appeared in only 4 games for the Spiders before being released.He played his final Major League season in 1900, playing in 16 games for the Boston Beaneaters.At the time of his retirement, he held the single-season and career records for home runs by a catcher. Both of his records were broken by Gabby Hartnett in the 1920s; the single-season record fell in 1925, while the career record fell in 1928. Clements is also the only 19th-century baseball player of prominence to retire with more home runs than triples.He died of an illness in Norristown, Pennsylvania, in 1941, at age 76. He is buried at Arlington Cemetery in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania.In his Historical Baseball Abstract, Bill James ranked Clements as the 58th greatest catcher in baseball history.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJuly 24, 1864, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
DiedMay 23, 1941, Norristown, Pennsylvania, United States
Height1.74 m
Weight92 kg
ProfessionProducer, Production Manager, Miscellaneous Crew


The Player2015TV Series co-executive producer - 3 episodes
Franklin & BashTV Series co-executive producer - 30 episodes, 2011 - 2013 executive producer - 10 episodes, 2014
The Bridge2013TV Series co-executive producer - 1 episode
Mockingbird Lane2012TV Movie co-executive producer
Common Law2012TV Series co-executive producer - 1 episode
Happy Valley2012TV Movie co-executive producer
Chaos2011TV Series co-executive producer - 1 episode
The Cleaner2008-2009TV Series co-executive producer - 12 episodes
Eva Adams2009TV Movie co-executive producer
Cane2007TV Series supervising producer - 11 episodes
Jericho2006-2007TV Series supervising producer - 21 episodes
Company Town2006TV Movie co-executive producer
Threshold2005TV Series supervising producer - 2 episodes
Summerland2004-2005TV Series supervising producer - 26 episodes
The Lyon's Den2003TV Series supervising producer - 3 episodes
The Pennsylvania Miners' Story2002TV Movie producer
V.I.P.TV Series producer - 20 episodes, 2000 - 2002 co-executive producer - 17 episodes, 2000 - 2002
M.Y.O.B.2000TV Series producer - 1 episode
Martial Law1998TV Series producer
Bella Mafia1997TV Movie producer
The Price of Heaven1997TV Movie producer
High Incident1996-1997TV Series producer - 11 episodes
VR.51995-1997TV Series producer - 13 episodes
Sweet Temptation1996TV Movie producer
Deadly Pursuits1996TV Movie producer
Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All1994TV Movie producer
Me and the Kid1993line producer
To Save a Child1991TV Movie producer
Tonight's the Night1987TV Movie producer
Act of Vengeance1986TV Movie producer
Right to Kill?1985TV Movie producer
Space1985TV Mini-Series coordinating producer - 4 episodes
Second Sight: A Love Story1984TV Movie associate producer
Hunters of the Reef1978TV Movie associate producer

Production Manager

Threshold2005TV Series unit production manager - 1 episode
V.I.P.2000-2002TV Series unit production manager - 38 episodes
Lethal Weapon 41998unit production manager: second unit
Bella Mafia1997TV Movie unit production manager
Sweet Temptation1996TV Movie unit production manager
Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All1994TV Movie unit production manager
Me and the Kid1993unit production manager
Body Snatchers1993unit production manager
To Save a Child1991TV Movie unit production manager
WIOU1991TV Series executive in charge of production - 1 episode
Baywatch1989-1990TV Series executive in charge of production - 21 episodes
Panic at Malibu Pier1989TV Movie executive in charge of production
As Summers Die1986TV Movie executive in charge of production
Better Off Dead...1985unit production manager
Silence of the Heart1984TV Movie unit production manager
The Burning Bed1984TV Movie unit production manager
Joy of Sex1984unit production manager
Calendar Girl Murders1984TV Movie unit production manager


Mission: Impossible1972-1973TV Series production coordinator - 22 episodes

Location Management

Sharon: Portrait of a Mistress1977TV Movie location manager
Washington: Behind Closed Doors1977TV Mini-Series location manager - 6 episodes
Marathon Man1976location manager - uncredited
Law and Order1976TV Movie location manager
Barnaby Jones1973-1974TV Series location manager - 4 episodes

Assistant Director

Kentucky Woman1983TV Movie first assistant director
Pandemonium1982second assistant director
The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story1980TV Movie second assistant director
Taxi1979TV Series second assistant director - 3 episodes


The Cleaner2009TV Series 1 episode
Summerland2005TV Series 1 episode
V.I.P.2001TV Series 2 episodes
Martial Law1999TV Series 1 episode

Won Awards

1998GeminiGemini AwardsCanada's Choice AwardThe Arrow (1997)

Nominated Awards

1998GeminiGemini AwardsBest TV Movie or Dramatic Mini-SeriesThe Arrow (1997)
1994Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding MiniseriesOldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All (1994)
1987ACECableACE AwardsMovie or MiniseriesAct of Vengeance (1986)
1985Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Limited SeriesSpace (1985)

Known for movies

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