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Mo Vaughn Net Worth

Mo Vaughn Net Worth

Net Worth: $60 Million

Statistics
  • Source of Wealth Sports, Baseball, MLB, AL
  • Birth Place Norwalk, Connecticut
  • Height 6' 1" (1.85 m)
  • Marital Status Married to Gail Turkovich-Vaughn
  • Full Name Maurice Samuel Vaughn
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth December 15, 1967
  • Occupation Former MLB Baseman
  • Education Seton Hall University and Trinity-Pawling School
  • Children Grace Vaughn
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About Mo Vaughn

Also known as “The Hit Dog,” Mo Vaughn is a former baseball star who has an estimated net worth of $60 million. He gained his net worth as the Major League Baseball (MLB) baseman from 1991 to 2003. Born Maurice Samuel Vaughn on December 15, 1967 in Norwalk, Connecticut, he attended and played baseball for Trinity-Pawling School in Pawling, New York. He then moved to play baseball for Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey along with seven-time All-Star Craig Biggio. He earned the Jack Kaiser Award as MVP of the 1987 Big East Conference Baseball Tournament while keying the Pirates championship run.

Vaughn was signed by the Boston Red Sox and became the center of their 1993 line-up. He gained the reputation as one of the ‘most feared’ hitters in the American League. With his performance, the Red Sox has earned the American League MVP award in 1995 and was a three-time All-Star selection. He became the most prominent figures for the team aside from his outstanding performance. He has also been involved in a number of charity activities. However, he had an unsettling relationship with the team administrator that led to his becoming of a free agent.

Mo Vaugh then signed with the Anaheim Angels for a whopping $80 million deal, the highest paid contract at that time. He has continued to make record-breaking performances to show his worth. However, he was plagued with injuries in the late 1990’s and was seen less frequently on the pitch. In 2001, he joined the New York Mets despite not being as physically fit while he was with the Red Sox. He still made a history after the most phenomenal home runs at Shea Stadium. In 2003, he effectively ended his career when he succumbed to another knee injury. Today, he owns OMNI New York that provides low-cost rehabilitated properties within the New York Metropolitan area.