Chuck Finley has a net worth of $28 million as a retired American professional baseball player. Chuck Finley, born in Monroe, Louisiana, in 1962, made his Major League Baseball debut on May 29, 1986, with the California Angels. He played first base and served as the team's designated hitter for most of the season before being replaced by Mark McGwire after June 1. In 1987, Chuck Finley was named to the All-Star Game as a reserve player. He finished the season with a.272 average, 30 home runs and 99 RBIs while helping the Angels win their second straight World Series title.
After his retirement from baseball, Chuck Finley became a successful real estate developer in Florida where he built several sports facilities including Roger Dean Wickersham Stadium. The 65,500-capacity stadium is home to the University of Miami Hurricanes football team. It opened its doors in 1996. In 2004, Chuck Finley purchased three other major league teams: the Anaheim Angels, the Chicago Cubs, and the Washington Nationals. He also owns the West Palm Beach Tropics of the International League and the Melbourne Aces of the Australian Baseball League.
In addition to his business interests, Chuck Finley is involved in numerous community projects including giving back to his hometown by sponsoring youth baseball programs and awards courses at Monroe High School. He also supports various cancer charities including St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Michael Finley has a net worth of $65 million USD as a former professional basketball player. Michael Finley grew up in Melrose Park, Illinois, and attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks with the sixth overall pick in the 1996 NBA draft. After three seasons with Atlanta, he was traded to the Dallas Mavericks where he spent one season before being traded to the Phoenix Suns. In 2001, he joined the San Antonio Spurs, with whom he won a championship in 2007. After two more seasons with the Spurs, he returned home to the Minnesota Timberwolves, where he ended his career.
After ending his career with the Timberwolves, Michael Finley decided to try out for the Miami Heat in 2011. But after not making the team, he announced his retirement from basketball. Since then, he has worked for his family's construction company.
Currently, Michael Finley is part of the ownership group that runs the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA G League. The Vipers are based in Edinburg, Texas, just south of McAllen.
In 2016, he purchased a minority stake in the franchise. This makes him part of the ownership group that also includes Mark Cuban and Dr. Robert Rowen.
They bought the team for $20 million after it went bankrupt the previous year.
Chuck Smith's net worth: Chuck Smith is a retired American football player with a $2 million net worth. Chuck Smith was born in Athens, Georgia on December 21, 1969. He played defensive end for the University of Florida from 1988 to 1991 and was a first-team All-American in 1991. After graduating from Florida, he entered the NFL draft, but was not selected by any team. So he turned down several thousand dollar per month contracts to play for the Jacksonville Bulls in 1992 and 1993. By playing only two seasons in the NFL, he was able to earn a net worth of $2 million.
After his career in the NFL, Smith returned to Florida where he worked as an assistant coach for four years (1995-1998). In 2003, he became the head coach of the South Carolina Thunderbirds in the XFL but was fired after one season. Since then, he has been working as a security guard at his alma mater Florida International University. He also has a job rating the players during Gator Bowl games for the ESPN family of networks.
In 2014, he was hired as a color analyst for Florida Gators football broadcasts on CBS Sports Network. His first game was the 2014 Gator Bowl against Arkansas where he called the game along with former Gators quarterback Tim Tebow.
Gifford, Frank At the time of his death, Frank Gifford was a $60 million dollar net worth American football player and sportscaster. He played 10 seasons in the NFL for eight different teams, finishing with 198 catches for 2,917 yards and 19 touchdowns.
He started out as a wide receiver with the New York Giants and ended up playing most of his career with the Washington Redskins. Gifford was named to seven Pro Bowls during his career and won two Super Bowl rings with the Redskins in 1992 and 1994. After his retirement from football, he became an analyst for NBC's Football Night in America and co-host of the network's annual Thanksgiving Day game highlight show.
Gifford died on August 4, 2019 at the age of 86 after suffering a heart attack while working on the set of the show at his home in Englewood, New Jersey. His death came three days before his 87th birthday.
He is survived by his wife, four children, and two grandchildren.
His net worth currently stands at $60 million dollars.