Alec Mills Salary: How Much Does Alec Mills Make?

Alec Mills, full name Alec Thomas Mills is a professional baseball player from America who was born on November 30, 1991, in Clarksville, Tennessee in the United States. Alec currently plays as a pitcher for the Chicago Cubs baseball of the Major League Baseball (MLB).

Alec attended the Montgomery Central High School located in Cunningham, Tennessee where he began his amateur baseball career. He pitched for the school’s baseball team till he graduated.

After high school, he went ahead to play college baseball at the University of Tennessee. Before reaching his senior year in college, he was drafted out of college by the Kansas City Royals during the 22nd round of the 2012 MLB draft.

Alec signed with the Royals to begin his professional career. He was assigned to play with the Idaho Falls Chukars of the minor league throughout the rest of the 2012 baseball season.

He was with the Lexington Legends in 2013 and split the 2014 season into two and played for both the Idaho Falls and the Lexington. After the 2015 season, the Royals added him to their 40-man roster. The Royals promoted him to the major leagues in May 2016.

Alec made his MLB debut the same day he was promoted to the major leagues. The Royals later traded Alec to the Chicago Cubs in 2017 for another player.

Alec Mills Salary: How Much Does Alec Mills Make?

Alec Mills makes an annual salary of $700,000 from the Clubs.