Net Worth: $50 Million
The present baseball midfielder of New York Yankees, Ichiro Suzuki is a professional baseball player with an estimated net worth of $50 million in 2012.
Born in Kasugai Aichi Japan, Suzuki started his baseball career at Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) in Japan. He has also played for Japan’s Pacific League with Orix Blue Wave for 9 seasons. Subsequently, he decided to move to the United States and continue his baseball career with Seattle Mariners for the Major League Baseball. He spent 12 seasons with the Mariners before he was absorbed by the New York Yankees as a result of a trade on July 23, 2012. He was traded to New York Yankees in exchange for minor league pitchers Danny Farquhar and D.J. Mitchell.
Ichiro Suzuki is known to be the first MLB player to be inducted into the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame (The Golden Players Club). A 10-time All Star, Suzuki is currently married to Yumiko Fukushima. However, the couple doesn’t have any children of their own. Ichiro Suzuki is known for his philanthropic works. In 2011, he donated ¥100 million, which is equivalent to ($1.25 million), to Japanese Red Cross for the victims of tsunami and earthquakes.