Aaron Hicks Contract, Salary and Net Worth

The Minnesota Twins announced on March 24, 2013, that Hicks would be their starting center fielder. For Dave Winfield’s 32-year career in Minnesota, his new number was 32. On August 1, he was transferred to AAA and did not return in 2013.

In 2013, Hicks slugged .192 with a .259 on-base percentage in 281 at-bats. As Jim Souhan of the Star Tribune put it: “the latest unpaid spokesperson for the Public Service Announcement that reminds baseball fans not to believe anything they see in spring training.”

Hicks was named the starting center fielder for the 2014 season, despite a disappointing 2013 campaign. It was difficult to see any progress in Hicks’ plate discipline during the 2014 season. On June 9, Hicks was demoted to Double-A after a .201 batting average in 47 games.

Switch-hitter Hicks opted out of left-handed batters during the 2014 season because of a lack of confidence. However, less than a month later, he went back to switch-hitting.

In 97 games last year, Hicks slugged .256 with 11 home runs and 33 RBI.

Aaron Hicks Contract

With the New York Yankees, Aaron Hicks agreed to a 7-year, $70,000,000 deal that features a $2,000,000 signing bonus and $70,000,000 in guaranteed money.

Aaron Hicks Salary

Aaron Hicks earns a yearly salary of $10,000,000. Hicks will earn a base salary of $10,500,000 in 2022.

Aaron Hicks Net Worth

Aaron Hicks has an estimated net worth of  $20 million