Chad Pinder Contract, Salary and Net Worth

Second-round draft pick Chad Pinder, a Virginia Tech infielder, was selected by the Oakland Athletics in 2013. Neil Avent was the scout.

He was a member of the Vermont Lake Monsters of the New York-Penn League that year, batting.200 in 42 games.

With the Stockton Ports of the California League, in 2014, he batted .288 with 32 doubles and 13 home runs in 94 games, which was significantly better than his sophomore campaign in 2013.

The Midland RockHounds selected him as their Texas League Player of the Year in 2015. For the season he had a slash line of .317/.361/.486 with 32 doubles and 15 home runs in just 117 games.

He also racked up 71 hits and 86 runs batted in. The following year, he was promoted to the major league club by the AAA Nashville Sounds and made his major league debut in August 2017.


Against Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Tyler Clippard, he blasted his first professional home run with the bases loaded in the 8th inning on May 19, 2018.

The A’s beat the Rogers Centre 5-4 on his first career grand slam, which he blasted into the right field stands.


Chris Pinder, Pinder’s father, was a minor league baseball player. The St. Louis Cardinals drafted his brother, Chase, in the second round of the 2017 amateur draft.

Chad Pinder Contract

The Oakland Athletics signed Chad Pinder to a one-year, $2,725,000 contract, which includes a $2,725,000 guarantee.

Chad Pinder Salary

Chad Pinder is paid an average of $2,725,000 each year. Pinder will be paid a base salary of $2,725,000 in 2022.

Chad Pinder Net worth

Chad Pinder has a net worth estimation of $4 million