The Estimated Net Worth of Ian Kinsler is $78 Million. The Net Worth of Ian Kinsler has seen a hike of 31% over the past few years. Ian Kinsler is an American professional baseball second baseman. While calculating the Net Worth of Ian Kinsler we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Ian Kinsler Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Investments, Car Collection, Brand Endorsements etc. Also read Net Worth details of Francisco Lindor, Jose Bautista and Russell Martin.
Ian Kinsler Net Worth
|Estimated Net Worth||$78.6 Million|
|Annual Average Salary||$15 Million|
|Brand Endorsements||$3.7 Million|
|Personal Investments||$56.8 Million|
|Luxury Cars – 4||$3.1 Million|
Ian Kinsler Cars included in his Net Worth
The Car collection of Ian Kinsler is quite Average. He owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Ian Kinsler include Range Rover, Buggatti Veyron, Ford and Ferrari.
Ian Kinsler House included in his Net Worth
Ian Kinsler Resides in Dallas. Dallas, a modern metropolis in north Texas. He bought this Luxury Home in 2009. Estimated Value of this Real Estate property around $3.9 Million.
Ian Kinsler Biography
Kinsler was born in Tucson, Arizona. He is Jewish, and was born to a Jewish father and a Catholic mother. His father, Howard, was a warden at a state prison on Tucson’s southeast side. He has been a major influence on Kinsler.
When Kinsler was four his father would toss him fly balls, and his dad says Kinsler would “get under them like he’d been doing it his whole life.”
His father coached him until high school, and was especially tough. When Kinsler was 13 years old, and the best player on a PONY league team coached by his father that was playing for a championship, his dad caught Kinsler rolling his eyes as he gave the team orders. “I benched him, without hesitation”, said his father. With Kinsler on the bench, the team lost the game.
Kinsler, who is Jewish, and whose father is Jewish while his mother is Catholic, has become a prominent figure in the Jewish community, and enjoys the attention that he attracts from it.
He was featured in the 2008 Hank Greenberg 75th Anniversary edition of Jewish Major Leaguers Baseball Cards, licensed by Major League Baseball, commemorating the Jewish major leaguers from 1871 through 2008.
He joined, among others, teammate Scott Feldman, Brad Ausmus, Kevin Youkilis, Ryan Braun, Gabe Kapler, Jason Marquis, Jason Hirsh, John Grabow, Craig Breslow, and Scott Schoeneweis. Kinsler was one of three Jewish players in the 2008 All Star Game, joining Youkilis and Braun.
He says that “Youkilis will always say something to me on the bases. ‘Happy Passover,’ he’ll throw something at me.” In July 2013 he passed Shawn Green with his 163rd steal, to become the all-time career steals leader among Jewish major leaguers.
Ian Kinsler Net Worth Growth Estimate
Ian Kinsler Net Worth is expected to continue to grow at a Medium pace. Over the next few years, Ian Kinsler’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 41% based on the Current Estimates.