J.P. Crawford Contract, Salary and Net Worth

J.P. Crawford made it to the major leagues in 2017 with Philadelphia before transferring to Seattle ahead of the 2019 campaign. He is Carl Crawford’s cousin, an All-Star outfielder.



The Phillies and scout Demerius Pittman selected J.P. with the 16th overall pick in the 2013 amateur draft. On June 27, he made his GCL Phillies debut, going 1-for-4 against the GCL Pirates, for a bonus of slightly under $2.3 million.

He was promoted to the Lakewood Blue Claws of the South Atlantic League after hitting .345 in 39 games and hitting .208 in 14 games there.



In 53 games, he batted .308/.405/.400 overall with 35 runs scored and 21 RBI.

He was sent back to Lakewood to begin the 2014 season, where he hit .295 in 60 games. Midway through the season, the Phillies aggressively continued to advance him, promoting him to the Florida State League.

He hit .275 while playing for the Clearwater Threshers. He was about four years younger than the typical FSL player at only 19, so it was even more impressive that he kept up.

In 123 games, he batted .285/.375/.406 overall with 69 runs scored, 48 RBI, and 24 stolen bases. The Phillies’ choice to trade veteran shortstop Jimmy Rollins following the 2014 season was made possible by Crawford’s promising development.

Although he wasn’t set to take over right away, the Phillies had him marked for arrival at Citizens Bank Park in late 2016 or early 2017.

J.P. Crawford Contract

J.P. Crawford agreed to a five-year, $51 million deal with the Seattle Mariners, which included a $5 million signing bonus and $51 million in guaranteed money.

J.P. Crawford Salary

J.P. Crawford agreed to a five-year, $51 million deal with the Seattle Mariners, which included a $5 million signing bonus and $51 million in guaranteed money.

J.P. Crawford Net Worth

J.P. Crawford has an estimated net worth of $5 million to $15 million