What is Anthony Rizzo’s net worth? 3-time All-Star batsman returns to Yankees following $40M multiyear contract

Anthony Rizzo chose to forego the second year of the two-year, $32 million contract he signed in his first full season with the Yankees

What is Anthony Rizzo’s net worth? 3-time All-Star batsman returns to Yankees following $40M multiyear contract
New York Yankees resign Anthony Rizzo by handing him a $34 million contract (Eric Espada/Getty Images)
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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: The Yankees made their first offseason strike by keeping Anthony Rizzo in their ranks and are now working on signing Aaron Judge who is still a free agent. They signed the 33-year-old Rizzo to a two-year, $34 million contract with a $17 million club option in the third year which includes a $6 million buyout.

Rizzo chose to forego the second year of the two-year, $32 million contract he signed in the spring after blasting 32 home runs in his first full season with the Yankees. He also turned down the team's offer of $19.65 million. As the Yankees attempt to pair Rizzo and Judge together after the duo contributed to leading their lineup, Rizzo will receive a raise and an additional year in his new contract. The Astros reportedly had a top target in Rizzo, according to Sports Illustrated, but the Yankees moved quickly to pounce on the opportunity. Rizzo was acquired at the 2021 trade deadline and managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner stated the club wanted to keep him after the signing. Rizzo is the only current Yankee who has won a championship and the Yankees appreciated his expertise because he guided the Cubs to the 2016 World Series victory.

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Anthony Rizzo #48 of the New York Yankees hits a double against the Cleveland Guardians during the sixth inning in game four of the American League Division Series at Progressive Field on October 16, 2022 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Anthony Rizzo #48 of the New York Yankees has signed a new contract with the MLB club (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

What is Anthony Rizzo’s net worth?

According to CelebrityNetWorth, Rizzo is valued at around $27 million. He is known to spend big bucks on real estate with his Florida home a major highlight amongst the list of properties he owns. Over the years, Rizzo has amassed a considerable amount of wealth from endorsements and huge paychecks from the teams he has played for in the MLB such as the San Diego Padres, Tucson Padres, Washington Nationals, and New York Yankees. Some of his significant achievements include winning the World Series Championship and Platinum Glove Award in 2016, three Gold Glove Awards (2016, 2018, and 2019), and three appearances in the MLB All-Stars

Anthony Vincent Rizzo was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on August 8, 1989. His older brother John was an offensive lineman for the Florida Atlantic University football team. In the sixth round of the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft, the Boston Red Sox selected Rizzo from Parkland, Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where he first started playing baseball.

Enthusiastic baseball supporters lauded Rizzo for re-signing with the Yankees on Twitter as one person wrote, “Hell Yes!! Great player, true Yankee, all class!' Another one said, "He’s back. One user hinted, "No way Rizzo signs this early if Judge had intentions of signing elsewhere. Judge signing gonna come quick." Another one added, "Rizzo is also good friends with Kris Bryant he still didn’t sign with the Rockies."

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