Matt Carpenter Contract, Salary and Net Worth

Matt Carpenter

Matthew Martin Lee Carpenter is a Major League Baseball infielder for the New York Yankees.

With the St. Louis Cardinals, he made his MLB debut in 2011. Carpenter is a 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) left-handed hitter and a 205 lb (170 kg) right-handed pitcher (93 kg).

Carpenter has played a lot of first base, second base, and third base since he became a regular in 2013. A 13th-round draft pick from Texas Christian University, he was drafted by the Cardinals in 2009.

When it comes to games played and at-bats at Texas Christian University, he has set new records. He has also been named to the Mountain West Conference All-Second Team on three separate occasions.

In 2010, he was named the Cardinals’ Player of the Year. His parents are Rick and Tammie Carpenter, and he was born on November 26, 1985, in Galveston, Texas.

The older Carpenter is a former collegiate baseball player who became a high school baseball coach after retiring. His mother was a softball player as a child, as well.

Rick Carpenter taught and coached at La Marque High School in Texas for seven years before relocating to Lawrence E. Elkins High School. Rick coached for another fifteen years after that.

Its baseball team has won multiple championships, including nine districts, six regional, three-state, and one national. He also coached James Loney, Kip Wells and Chad Huffman, all of whom played in the major leagues.

Before he retired in 2019, Rick Carpenter was the head coach at Prosper High School, a suburb of Dallas. Tyler Carpenter, Carpenter’s younger brother, played minor league baseball with the New York Mets.

Matt Carpenter Contract

During his time in the majors, Carpenter will earn $1 million, and he will get $200,000 during his time in the minors, according to his contract.


There is no signing bonus included in Matt Carpenter’s annual salary of $18,500,000.

Net Worth

At $40 million, Matt Carpenter is one of the wealthiest baseball players in the world.