Justin Upton Contract, Salary and Net Worth

On August 2, 2007, Upton made his Major League debut as a defensive substitute and then started the Diamondbacks’ next game in right field, however he went hitless on both days.



When he was called up, he was hitting .309 with 13 home runs in 71 games for the AA Mobile Bay Bears of the Southern League.

Justin Upton
Justin Upton

Upton came up a single short of the cycle in his second major league game. In 43 games in the majors, he finished the year with a .221 hitting average.



In the 2007 NLCS, Upton sparked outrage when he stared down Jeff Francis and then rolled his shoulder into Kazuo Matsui while attempting to break up a double play.

SS for the Rockies Troy Tulowitzki expressed his displeasure with the acts. According to Upton, “I was just having fun with the game. I completed the task at hand.

When you pop up a slide, that’s what you’re supposed to do.” To condemn Upton’s antics, some Chase Field spectators threw bottles onto the field.

In 108 games in 2008, he hit.250 with 19 doubles and 15 home runs. In 2009, he hit .300 in 138 games, with 30 doubles, seven triples, and 26 home runs, while scoring 84 runs and driving in 86.

Justin Upton Contract

The Seattle Mariners signed Justin Upton to a one-year, $700,000 contract, with $700,000 guaranteed.

Justin Upton Salary and Net Worth

Upton is paid an average of $700,000 per year. Justin Upton’s net worth is believed to be $40 million.