Ron Villone Net Worth is$4 Million
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Profession: Baseball player
Date of Birth: Jan 16, 1970
Major League Baseball relief pitcher Ron Villone has a net worth of $4 million. His net worth has been accumulated over a career with a peculiarly large amount of baseball teams, earning him the nickname "Suitcase Villone" for his proclivity for moving from place to place and playing for different teams. In fact, Villone is one of only three players to hold the current record for most Major League Baseball teams pitched for over a career, along with Mike Morgan and Octavio Dotel. Villone's career in professional baseball began when he was drafted out of college by the Seattle Mariners. From there, he bounced around a variety of teams, including the San Diego Padres, the Milwaukee Brewers, the Cleveland Indians, the Cincinnati Reds, the Colorado Rockies, the Houston Astros, the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Houston Astros, the Seattle Mariners, the Florida Marlins, the New York Yankees, and the St. Louis Cardinals. Finally, in 2009, Villone found a home with the Washington Nationals, but was cut before the season started, playing in the independent AA Atlantic League for the Somerset Patriots. Villone is also recognized by some for his entrance music, which is the song "Bodies" by the heavy metal rock band Drowning Pool. Villone's wife Brooke Villone has recently begun starring in the new VH1 reality show Baseball Wives. Baseball Wives follows wealthy girlfriends and wives of major league baseball players living in Arizona.
Ronald Thomas Villone Jr. (born January 16, 1970 in Englewood, New Jersey) is a Major League Baseball left-handed relief pitcher who is currently with the Somerset Patriots. He has not been on the same team for more than two years in his major league career and due to his many baseball travels, some of his teammates have affectionately referred to him as "Suitcase" Villone. Villone currently shares the major league record for most teams played for, alongside pitchers Mike Morgan and Octavio Dotel and first baseman/outfielder/designated hitter Matt Stairs with 12 teams.
Born in Englewood, New Jersey, Villone grew up in Bergenfield, New Jersey.
Villone attended the University of Massachusetts and was a two-sport star, playing baseball and football. At 6'-3'' and 245 pounds, Villone was a tight end when he played football, and he had success with it. In 1990, he was selected as a first team All-Yankee Conference tight end.
His natural strength was on the pitcher's mound. In 1991, Villone was the recipient of the Atlantic-10 Left Handed Pitcher of the Year. Not only did he pitch for Team USA in 1992, he also was a third-team All American Selection after striking out 89 in just 591/3 innings.
Villone was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the first round (14th overall) of the 1992 Major League Baseball Draft. Prior to signing with Seattle, Villone increased his bargaining position while playing for the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League. He had an impressive debut, striking out 18, and in his next outing, he fanned 14.
In 1993, the Mariners assigned him to Riverside, California, at the time; it was the Advanced-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. He posted respectable numbers, going 7-4 with a 4.21 ERA in 16 starts. He pitched 831/3 innings, allowing 74 hits, walking 62, and striking out 82. These numbers were so good that he earned a promotion to their AA affiliate, Jacksonville. At Jacksonville, he went 3-4 with a 4.38 earned run average in

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