Jose Canseco Net Worth? How does he Earn and Spend?

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Jose Canseco Net Worth is $800,000.

Jose Canseco is a former Baseball player, martial artist, actor, and author. He wrote a book named Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big. He earned 4 Silver Slugger awards in his entire career.

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Jose Canseco Net Worth:

$800,000

Jose Canseco at a glance

Full NameJose Canseco Capas Jr.
Jose Canseco Net Worth (as of 2021)$800,000
Date of BirthJune 2, 1964
Age57 years old
Born PlaceHavana, Cuba,  United States
NationalityAmerican
ParentsJose Canseco Sr. and Barbara Canseco
Source of WealthBaseball, martial arts, Author, actor.
Wifedivorced- Jessica Canseco[1996-1999]
Esther Haddad[1988-1992]
ChildrenJosie Canseco
Weight109KG

Early Life:

On the 2nd of July 1964, Jose Canseco was born in Cuba’s capital city of Havana. His parents Jose Sr. and Barbara Canseco with his twin brother Ozzie had to leave Cuba because his dad lost his job at the oil and gasoline corporation where he was a Manager because Fidel Castro came to power. His part-time job as being a teacher also didn’t pay off.

In the year 1965, his family was given permission to leave Cuba and they decided to settle in the Miami area, in the United States of America. Luckily his father was able to find a similar job working at an oil and Gasoline Company named Amoco. Due to the need of the family, he was also forced to work part-time as the companies security guard.

He completed his High School at Miami Coral Park High School and graduated in the year 1982.

His High School and College career didn’t put much to Jose Canseco Net Worth.


Career:

Minor league Baseball:
The year 1985 was the beginning of Jose Canseco’s career. He got drafted by the Oakland Athletics. His professional baseball debut was made with the Miami Marlins of the Florida State League. He also played in the Minor League baseball Madison Muskies and the Modesto A’s, along with the Tacoma Tigers. By the start of the 1985 season, he was known as “Parkway Jose” for his long home runs. Canseco’s coach Bob Waston said that he was a mixture of Roberto Clemente, Dale Murphy, and Reggie Jackson.

This didn’t contribute much to Jose Canseco Net Worth.


Major League Baseball:

Oakland Athletics: Canseco won the Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year Award in the year 1985. He made his Major League debut on September 2 and struck out in his one at-bat in a game against Baltimore Orioles. On September 7th against Ron Guidry of the New York Yankees, he got his first hit and his first home run was off Jeff Russell of the Texas Rangers on September 9th. In the Major season 1985, he played 29 games.

He set a record of 42 home runs and 40 steals in April 1988 and became the first person in MLB history to score the 40-40 mark. He broke his wrist in the pre-season, because of this he missed 97 games of the regular season in 1989.

He signed a 5-year contract with the Oakland raiders worth 23.5 Million, making him the highest-paid player in the Major League history. During his 4 year career, he won 4 silver slugger awards.

From the year 1986 to 1992, he won 3 American League Pennants, the World Series ring was selected for 5 All-star games, and finished in the top 4 in the American League home run leaderboard 4 times.

MLB career contributes more to Jose Canseco Net Worth.

Texas Rangers: In 1992 he was traded to the Texas Rangers. Despite his injuries and trade to the Rangers, he still managed to hit 26 home runs and played 155 games for the Athletics and the Rangers. He scored 750 RBIs in less than 1000 games played and became the first player to do this on April 25th, 1993.

He injured his arm in his inning long pitching appearance. He finished the 1993’s season with an average hitting .256 with 10 home runs and 46 RBIs in 60 games. He finished the 1994’s season with 31 home runs and 90 RIBs in 111 games and also stole 15 bases. He was placed 11th in the American League Most Valuable Player voting.

Boston Red Sox: He spent 2 years with the Rangers and then was traded to Boston Red Sox on December 9th, 1995. During the first half of the year, he missed 50 games due to some injuries. He had the highest yearly salary of his career, a total of 5.8 Million in the 1995’s season.

He played only 106 and 92 games in the 1995 and 1996’s seasons and had an average of 43 home runs, 134 RIBs, 108 runs, and a .289 batting average.

Return to Oakland: He was traded back to Oakland Athletics in January 1997. He suffered from a back injury again and missed 15 games in July and August. He finished the 1997’s season with 23 home runs and 74 runs.

Toronto Blue Jays: He signed a contract worth $2.125 Million with the Toronto Blue Jays on February 4th, 1998. He played a total of 76 games both in left and right field. He finished the 1998’s season with 151 games, 46 home runs, 107 RIBs, 29 stolen bases, and a .237 batting average.

He earned 4 Silver Slugger Awards in his entire career. The Blue Jays offered a one-year contract to Canseco worth barely a million dollars for the following season. He declined the offer and became the free agent.

Final Season: He signed a one-year contract with Tampa Bay worth $3.325 Million in 1999. A year later he signed another contract with Tampa Bay worth $3 Million. On October 6, 2001, Canseco made his last MLB appearance, after the sixteen years of his debut.

On May 2002 13th, he officially announced his retirement.

Apart from Baseball:

In 2005, he wrote a book named Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big. In this book, he says that along with him, most of the players uses steroids openly throughout the 80s and 90s season. His book became a New York Times bestseller.

After his retirement, he has appeared in many television and radio programs including The Celebrity Apprentice, in season 5 of The Surreal Life, and in many celebrity boxing and martial arts competition.

He opened a business in Las Vegas, Nevada: Jose Canseco’s showtime car wash in 2019.

This career apart from baseball also contributed much to Jose Canseco Net Worth.


Relationships:

Jose Canseco’s first wife was Esther Haddad which due to some reason ended in the year 1992. Her second wife was Jessica Sekely from which he got a daughter named Josie Canseco. In the year 2000, the marriage ended because of some personal problems.

Jose Canseco ex-wife Esther Haddad
Jose Canseco ex-wife Jessica Sekely and his daughter Josie Canseco

His daughter, Josie Canseco is a fashion model. She dated many other celebrities like Logan Paul. She even tried combat sports and even fought an MMA fight in 2009 and a boxing fight in 2021 was defeated in both.


Jose Canseco Net Worth & How he Earns:

Jose Canseco’s net worth is $800,000. Many endorsement deals and his career helped him in making this money.

In his entire career, he nearly made $45 Million before taxes and fees. He signed a five-year contract with the Oakland Raiders in 1990, worth $23.5 Million, which is $46 Million today. And a contract worth $5.8 Million from Boston Red Sox.

Just like many other athletes, he spent his money very quickly, he even stated that he’ll no longer be a Millionaire.

He earned $1 Million for roughly 12 seconds of work when he participated in the Pay Per View celebrity organized by Barstool Sports in February 2021.

Due to his lack of skills in money-saving, Jose Canseco Net Worth is now $800,000. But in the future, Jose Canseco Net Worth might rank up.


FAQs:

What is Jose Canseco Net Worth?

Jose Canseco net worth is $800,000 Million.

What is Jose Canseco’s weight?

Jose Canseco’s weight is 109KG.


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