How Much Is Reggie Jackson Worth?
Reggie is worth $20 million, which stems from a highly successful baseball career.
Nicknamed Mr. October for his off-season performances, Jackson said in an interview that if he had played in the current day and age, teams wouldn't be able to count money. During his time, even a million dollars was a huge sum.
Jackson played 20 seasons in the MLB, spanning five franchises, winning five world series rings, and starring in 14 All-Star teams. But even during his playing career, Reggie had already started doing commentary, a field he dived into after retirement.
Before Reggie signed for the Yankees, he had already started his commentary duties for ABC Sports. After his retirement in 1988, Reggie worked as a color commentator for ABC Sports. And with the fame he earned as a player, Reggie transcended it into big and small screens.
The baseballer started in several projects, including Richie Rich, Summer of Sam, The Benchwarmers, and others. But movies aren't where Reggie's interests stopped. He turned his car collection passion into a business as well.
Reggie Jackson Vintage Car Collection And How He Lost $3 Million
In an interview with USA Today in 2018, Reggie said he owned $15 million worth of Ferraris, which he planned to sell in a few years. But it doesn't look like Reggie had sold any of it.
An avid fan of vintage cars, Jackson has assembled more than 100 cars during his lifetime. His love for cars began at an early age as he helped his dad, Martinez Jackson, keep their family truck running.
In 2018, Jackson sold 18 of his vintage car collection, and now his car collection is worth $8 million. His car collection includes a 1968 Chevrolet Yenko Camero RS/SS worth $600,000, and 1965 Pontiac GTO, which was previously priced at $130,000.
But his car collection could've been even more valuable had his warehouse not caught fire in 1988. 35 of his cars were destroyed in the fire, and he lost $3 million.