Corey Drew Seager, the trending concern of all these days, is the 2 times Silver Slugger Award winner, currently playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the MLB. Playing professionally since 2015, the 24-year-old American baseball shortstop Seager is reported to have summed up the total career earnings of $4.125 million with his 4 MLB seasons.
Blessed with a bright career and contracts, Seager is estimated to be enjoying the net worth of $3 million. So, how much salary does he earns? Let's quench the thirst of your curiosity on Corey Drew Seager's career contract, salary, net worth and lifestyle down there.
Corey Drew, the brother of Seattle Mariners' third baseman Kyle Seager was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2012 MLB Draft. And after playing 3 seasons in the minor leagues, Seager made his major league debut in 2015.
Since his major professional career beginning, Seager has played for the only team Dodgers. With the incredible field performance, not only he won the fans heart but also has banked an estimated the net worth of $3 million.
And currently, Corey Drew Seager's salary for the 2018 season is reported to be $605,000.
Though Corey has not signed a multi-year deal till date, it is assumed that he will come up with a monstrous multi-million deal in near future.
For now, let's take a look at his career contracts flashback.
Corey Drew Seager, soon after being drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers, was assigned to play in the minor leagues on a signing bonus of $2.35 million on June 30, 2012.
Then on September 3, 2015, Drew was promoted to play in the major league and made his debut against the San Diego Padres, where he recorded 2 hits in 4 at-bats with 2 RBIs. And on March 4, 2016, Seager signed a 1-year contract worth $510,000 with the Dodgers.
Following the season, on March 14, 2017, Seager signed another 1-year contract valued at $575,000. The 1-year contract got a consecutive record of 3 after the baseballer again on March 18, 2018, signed 1-year contract projecting him to earn the annual salary of $605,000.
Not too much, but surely an attractive one. Probably, the day is not far, when Corey Drew Seager gets on the top list of the Dodger's highest paid players like Clayton Kershaw, Matt Kemp, and Kenley Jansen with the annual salary of $33 million, $21.5 million and $10 million respectively.
— Corey Seager (@coreyseager_5) March 29, 2018
Have a look at the summarized table view of Seager's career salary.
|2012||-||$2,350,000 (Signing Bonus)|
Reportedly, Corey Drew has accumulated the total career earnings of $4,125,969 while his career stats averages:
Let's wish him best and wait for more outcomes.
Well, the detail of the endorsement deal of Corey Drew Seager is not disclosed much, but it is reported that the Seager along with Jose Altuve, Mookie Bets, Dansby Swanson and Noah Syndergaard was signed as the brand ambassador for the New Era Cap, the official on-field hat of MLB for the 2017 season.
The 2016 NL Rookie Of The Year, Corey Drew Seager reportedly owning the net worth of $3 million, probably lives a healthy and lovely lifestyle. Maybe it won't be lavish but the with the love of his family and his girlfriend Madisyn Van Ham, everything seems to be fulfilled.
Sadly the details of his house are not disclosed. But, he seems active in sharing moments with his loved one in his off-season. Have a look at some moments shared by Seager via Instagram.
And talking about his car collection, Corey Drew Seager reportedly owns luxury cars like Mercedes Benz, Audi, and a Range Rover. It is assumed that Seager's car collection is worth thousands of dollars.
Probably, Corey is not done with his property empire extension, let's see what the future has to offer.