Lou Piniella Net Worth is$18 Million
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Profession: Baseball player, Manager

Date of Birth: Aug 28, 1943

Country: United States of America

What is Lou Piniella's net worth? Lou Piniella's net worth is $18 million dollars. Born in Tampa, Florida, Lou Piniella played baseball during his elementary, high school, and college years. He was an All-American while in college and was subsequently signed by the Cleveland Indians in 1962. He was then drafted by the Washington Senators and traded to the Baltimore Orioles. He finally played his first major league game for the Orioles in 1964. He played for the Indians again from 1966-1968, and was then traded to the Kansas City Royals. He remained with the Royals until 1973. During his time with the Royals, he was named Rookie of the Year and was chosen to play in the All-Star Game in 1972. He was traded to the New York Yankees in 1974 and remained with them until 1984. After retiring from professional play, he began serving as a manager. He has since managed the New York Yankees, the Cincinnati Reds, the Seattle Mariners, the Tampa Bay Rays, and the Chicago Cubs. He is currently serving as a consultant for the San Francisco Giants.
Louis Victor Piniella ( /pi:n'je?j?:/ usually /p?'n?l?/; born August 28, 1943) is an American former Major League Baseball outfielder and manager. He has been nicknamed "Sweet Lou," both for his swing as a major league hitter and, facetiously, to describe his demeanor as a player and manager. He finished his managerial career ranked 14th all-time on the list of managerial wins.
Piniella was born in Tampa, Florida, to parents of Asturian Spanish descent, and grew up in West Tampa. As a child, he played American Legion Baseball sponsored by Post 248 and PONY League Baseball alongside Tony La Russa. He attended Jesuit High School of Tampa where he was an All-American in basketball. After graduation, he attended the University of Tampa where he was an All-American in baseball.
Piniella was signed by the Cleveland Indians as an amateur free agent on June 9, 1962. That fall, he was drafted by the Washington Senators from the Indians in the 1962 first year draft. In August 1964, Piniella was sent to the Baltimore Orioles to complete an earlier trade for Buster Narum. Piniella played in his first major league game in 1964 with the Baltimore Orioles at the age of 21.
Prior to the 1966 season, Piniella was traded by the Orioles back to the Indians for Cam Carreon. At 24, his second major league season was with the Cleveland Indians.
He was selected by the Seattle Pilots in the 1968 Major League Baseball expansion draft, but was traded at the end of spring training to the Kansas City Royals for John Gelnar and Steve Whitaker. He was prominently mentioned in Jim Bouton's classic book about the Seattle Pilots, Ball Four.
Piniella played for the Kansas City Royals from 1969-73, and was the American League's Rookie of the Year in 1969 and was named to the 1972 All-Star Game. Piniella was the first player to come to bat in Royals history. On April 8 of their first season, he led off the bottom of the 1st against left-hander Tom Hall of the Minnesota Twins. He doubled

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A bullpen session moves reliever David Phelps a step closer to rejoining the Mariners

Servais spent his offday with some of the Mariners’ past. He and Casey Candaele joined former general manager Woody Woodward and former manager Lou Piniella for a round of golf. “It was probably the best round of golf I’ve played in about ten years ...
Posted: August 18, 2017, 2:36 pm

Defense wins championships: Joe Maddon still waiting for Cubs to play with more focus

SAN FRANCISCO – Joe Maddon’s research into year-after effects led him to the Seattle Mariners and how Lou Piniella’s teams dropped from 116 wins in 2001 to 93 the next season and regressed on defense. Whether or not this told the entire story about ...
Posted: August 9, 2017, 6:03 pm

Baker tries to leapfrog Bochy and Piniella on managerial win list

Bochy currently has 1,835 career managerial wins, tied for 14th on the all-time list with Lou Piniella. Sitting directly behind them with 1,834 career wins? Baker, who has a chance to leapfrog both with a successful weekend series. Bochy, who has managed ...
Posted: August 12, 2017, 10:00 am

Plenty of blame to go around for Rays' offensive slump

Go the 8-6-7-5-3-0-9 Tommy Tutone route. We're not talking about a Joe Maddon-esque clubhouse band or petting zoo. Nor a Lou Piniella-like tirade, with raised voices and flipped-over tables. Just something a little bit different to change the look.
Posted: August 15, 2017, 8:22 am

Depleted Nationals split doubleheader amid good news about Bryce Harper

His walk-off grand slam had ended the Nationals’ third game against the San Francisco Giants since late Saturday after 11 tired innings; had lifted his manager, Dusty Baker, past Lou Piniella for 14th all time in wins; and had provided a 6-2 victory to ...
Posted: August 12, 2017, 9:00 pm
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