Dennis Eckersley's net worth: Dennis Eckersley is a retired professional baseball player from the United States with a net worth of $20 million. Dennis Eckersley was born in Oakland, California, and in high school he played baseball and football. He went on to play college ball at San Diego State University where he graduated with a degree in physical education. After graduating from SDSU, Eckersley joined the Cleveland Indians as an outfielder and pitcher. Over his career with the Indians, he won 107 games including five in 1988 when he led the league in wins. The most important game of Eck's career came in Game Seven of the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. With the series tied 3-3 and the Indians down to their last strike situation, Eck came into the game with two runners in scoring position and one out. He proceeded to give up three straight hits including two home runs, before being replaced by Paul Shuey who ended up losing the game anyway. Following his retirement in 1996 after seven seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays, Eckersley had a successful career as a baseball analyst for ESPN and TBS.
By 2014, Eck's jersey sales alone brought in over $1 million a year. In addition to his baseball career, Eckersley has appeared in several films including Eight Men Out (1988), A Night at the Opera (1987), and The Bad News Bears Go to Japan (1978).
Mark Ellis Net Worth: Mark Ellis has a net worth of $18 million as an American professional baseball player. He has been awarded the Golden Spikes Award, given to the best amateur player in college baseball. After playing four seasons for the Oregon State Beavers, Ellis was selected by the San Diego Padres in the first round of the 1995 MLB Draft. He made his major league debut that same year and has since become one of the most respected hitters in the game. In addition to his work with Major League Baseball as a special assignments coach, Ellis has authored three books about his career and trained for and completed an ultra-endurance race across America.
Ellis was born on January 4th, 1975 in Grants Pass, Oregon. He grew up in West Linn, a suburb of Portland, and attended West Linndale High School. As a high school student, Ellis played third base for the West Linndale Bulldogs baseball team. He led his school to the 1994 Division I state championship game before losing to Bishop Montgomery High School. Ellis went on to play four years of college baseball at Oregon State University. As a freshman in 1994, he appeared in 39 games as the starting third baseman and hit.443 with 12 RBIs.
Cashman, Brian Brian Cashman is a $12 million net worth American Major League Baseball executive. He is the general manager of the New York Yankees. Before joining the Yankees, he worked in various capacities with the Seattle Mariners and Toronto Blue Jays.
He graduated from The College of William & Mary in 1993 with a degree in economics. After graduating, he spent three seasons (1993-95) as a first baseman for the San Diego Padres. In 1998, he became the assistant GM for the Mariners. In 2001, he was promoted to vice president and director of baseball operations before being named as the full time GM in 2002.
In 2009, he was elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee.
His wife's name is Jessica and they have two children together. They live in Manhattan Beach, California.
Their family business, Brian Cashman Inc., has an estimated value of $60 million.
Brian made a salary of $3.5 million in 2015.
His net worth increased by $12 million in 2016.
He earned $4 million in 2017.