- Birth Name Cameron Keith Maybin
- Birth Place Asheville, North Carolina
- Famous Name Cameron Maybin
- Net Worth $10 Million
- Salary $555,000
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity Black
- Currently Working For New York Yankees
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Courtney Maybin (m. 2015)
- Divorce N/A
- Children 1
Cameron Keith Maybin a.k.a. is an American professional baseball outfielder currently playing for the New York Yankees of MLB. Notably, he won the 2017 World Series with the Astros over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The thirty-two years old has an estimated net worth over $10 million and is reportedly earning $555,000 per annum as salary.
How Much Is Cameron Maybin Net Worth In 2019? Salary and Contract
As of 2019, Cameron Maybin has an estimated net worth over $10 million, mostly earned through his MLB career. According to the source, his total MLB career earning is $41,079,100, earned throughout 12 seasons in the NBA.
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Currently, he is under a 1 year / $555,000 contract with the Cleveland Indians, including $555,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $555,000. In 2019, he will earn a base salary of $555,000, while carrying a total salary of $555,000. Maybin's adjusted salary with the New York Yankees is $471,472.
With a tremendous net worth and salary, he is living a lavish lifestyle.
Is Cameron Maybin Married? Know His Personal Life, Wife, and Family
Maybin has married to Courtney Maybin in 2015 and also has a son.
His father Rudy is also his one of the biggest fan and comes every year to watch 25 to 30 games and for the matches, he can’t come he watches it on television as many as 130-140 games. His father has been a great supporter him for his life never getting any of the mistaken sides of his life. He has also shared all about his influence with his father. He also has many rumors and controversies about his personal life but it has nothing to do with him.
There are some rumors found about his games and teams and they stated that Maybin is being very well with his game his chances to make the team win is a very certain thing. Now as for the rumors about him he has never been serious to them.
There are some of the shopping items by Cameron Maybin for every fan of him which are from the top brands of designs. There are also T-Shirts, Jerseys, and gears available for men and women of Cameron Maybin.
Maybin his friend Curtis Granderson has also joined an organization WHO who has been helping the skills and improvements of youths. Besides this, he is not involved in any other social activities.
Maybin is 6ft and 3 inches tall and weighs 93 kg.
Cameron Maybin uses twitter, Facebook, and Instagram as his social networking sites as specified he may have been using other sites too. And he is very well known in those of the sites where he is sometimes seen with his spouse as well.
Cameron Maybin Bio, Early Life, and Education
Cameron Keith Maybin was born on April 4 in 1987, the city of North Carolina called Asheville. He is an American by his nationality and he belongs to black ethnicity. He has once accompanied by his father Rudy and he has two cousins who also are professional baseball players.
Maybin had attended the T.C Roberson High School in the year 2001 and got graduated from there in 2005. He played baseball for the high school's team and led it to the state title and was named as the 'Most Valuable Player’. And in 2004 he won the Connie Mack World Series MVP award and was also named as the Baseball America Youth Player of the Year in the same year 2004. And after graduating from his high school he waited for the Major League Draft and got selected in September 2005.
Cameron Maybin has three cousins Aaron Maybin the former of NFL linebacker NFL and NBA guard Rashad Mccants and the third one is John Avery the running back of Canadian Football league.
Cameron Maybin Career
Maybin was the tenth overall pick in the 2005 MLB draft by the Tigers and debuted with them in 2007. Further, he played for Florida Marlins (2008–2010), San Diego Padres (2011–2014), Atlanta Braves (2015), Detroit Tigers (2016), Los Angeles Angels (2017), Houston Astros (2017), Miami Marlins (2018), and Seattle Mariners (2018).