The Estimated Net Worth of Stephen Vogt is $5.2 Million. The Net Worth of Stephen Vogt has seen a hike of 17% over the past few years. Stephen Vogt is a Major League Baseball catcher. While calculating the Net Worth of Stephen Vogt we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Stephen Vogt Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Investments, Car Collection, Brand Endorsements etc. Also read Net Worth details of Yasiel Puig, Jacob deGrom and J. D. Martinez.
Stephen Vogt Net Worth
|Estimated Net Worth||$5.2 Million|
|Annual Average Salary||$2.9 Million|
|Brand Endorsements||$1.1 Million|
|Personal Investments||$2.4 Million|
|Luxury Cars – 2||$0.5 Million|
Stephen Vogt Cars included in his Net Worth
The Car collection of Stephen Vogt is quite Small. He owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Stephen Vogt include Range Rover and Ford.
Stephen Vogt House included in his Net Worth
Stephen Vogt Resides in Libertyville is a village in Lake County, Illinois, United States. He bought this Luxury Home in 2015. Estimated Value of this Real Estate property around $0.7 Million.
Stephen Vogt Biography
Stephen Vogt Born and raised in Visalia, California, Vogt went to Central Valley Christian High School where he was a three-year letter winner in basketball and baseball. Vogt later went on to NCAA Division II Azusa Pacific University, graduating in 2007.
At Azusa Pacific, Vogt led the team to its first NAIA World Series since 1984, and was an NAIA All-American. During his career at the school, Vogt batted .448 with 31 home runs, 294 hits, and 199 RBIs.
The Rays traded Vogt on April 5, 2013, to the Oakland Athletics for a player to be named later or cash considerations. To make room on the roster, Oakland designated recent waiver claim Dan Otero for assignment.
Vogt’s first Major League hit was a home run against the St. Louis Cardinals on June 28, 2013. Vogt appeared in 47 games with Oakland as a reserve catcher in 2013, hitting .252 with 4 HR and 16 RBIs.
In 2015, the A’s produced a bobblehead of Vogt, which was given away to fans on May 28. The bobblehead was modeled after Vogt’s appearance on the MLB Network talk show, “Intentional Talk,” where he performed a bit dressed up as a basketball referee.
The bobblehead featured Vogt dressed as a basketball referee and included a sound chip in the base, with three audio clips.
While the first two featured bits of audio from his MLB Network interview, the third clip featured the fans of Oakland’s right field bleachers performing the chant. The A’s ended up winning the game 5–4 over the New York Yankees.
Stephen Vogt Net Worth Growth Estimate
Stephen Vogt Net Worth is expected to continue to grow at a Medium pace. Over the next few years, Stephen Vogt’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 22% based on the Current Estimates.