How rich is Yogi Berra?

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How rich is Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra?

Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra Net Worth:
$5 Million

Birth date: 12th May 1925, in St. Louis, Missouri USA,
Death date: 22nd September 2015 in West Caldwell, New Jersey,
Birth place: St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Height:1.7 m
Weight:88 kg
Profession: An American professional baseball catcher, manager,
Nationality: American,
Spouse: Carmen Berra (1949),
Children: Dale Berra, Tim Berra, Larry Berra,
Parents: Pietro Berra, Paolina Berra,
Siblings: Josie Berra, John Berra, Tony Berra, Mike Berra
Awards: American League Most Valuable Player Award
Movies: That Touch of Mink, Henry and Me, Yogi Berra: American Sports Legend
TV shows: Yogi and a Movie

Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra Net Worth:

Yogi Berra Net Worth $5 Milliopn

Lawrence Peter Berra also called Yogi is an American former Major League Baseball catcher, Manager and trainer with a net worth of $5 million dollars. During his long-term profession in Baseball, he’s played nearly his entire 19-year baseball career (1946-1965) for the New York Yankees. As a player, trainer, or manager, Berra appeared in 21 World Series, winning 13 of them.

Lawrence Peter Berra was born in a predominantly Italian area of St. Louis called “The Hill”, to Italian immigrants Pietro and Paolina Berra. Yogi Berra started playing baseball in local American Legion leagues, where he got opportunity to master the fundamentals of catching while playing outfield and infield positions at the same time. Berra has additionally played to get a Cranston, Rhode Island team under an assumed name. Berra appeared in fourteen World Series, winning ten tournaments, each of which are records. In part because Berra’s playing career coincided with the Yankees’ most consistent amount of World Series involvement, he created Series records for the most matches (75), at bats (259), hits (71), doubles (10), singles (49), matches caught (63), and catcher putouts (457).

89 years old Yogi Berra is broadly regarded as among the best catchers in baseball history. He was named to the Major League Baseball All-Century Team in a voting of supporters in 1999. According to the triumph shares formula developed by sabermetrician Bill James, Berra is the greatest catcher of time as well as the 52nd best non-pitching player in major league history.


Source: Wikipedia