Published On: Mon, Oct 2nd, 2017

Chase Utley Net Worth; What Is The Net Worth Of Chase Utley?

Chase Utley Net Worth in 2018: $50 million

Chase Utley is known as one of the best baseball players in the world, he is a professional American Baseball player who is currently serving as second baseman and his total net worth according to different estimates is $50 million.

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The American professional second baseman Chase Cameron Utley was born in Pasadena, California on December 17, 1978 to David and Terrell Utley; during his school days at Long Beach Polytechnic High School.

He started to play the baseball while later he moved to University of California, Los Angeles where he played for the UCLA Bruins, later he was picked up by Los Angeles Dodgers in second draft for major league baseball draft in 1997 and now he is considered as one of the best players in world.

He got his fame during his high school days as his teacher said that he never see a fastest baseball player in school like him, he was offered by the Dodgers to play for Los Angeles for $850,000.

On July 2000, Philadelphia Phillies signed him for a big amount $1,780,000, in extension he signed a contract with Phillies for $85-million for seven years and later Utley played for many other teams where he set the historical records.

According to estimates, the American player Chase signed another contract with extension for 2 next years with Phillies in 2013 for $27 million while now he is earning about $15 million every year.

In recent years he signed a contract for $25 million with a 16-18 vesting option in 2015 for 2 years and he proved most valuable player for the team.

Utley has won a World Series championship for his team Phillies, his most fortune earnings came from his contracts with the same franchise and now his total net worth is $50 million.

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