Gary Carter was an American former professional baseball player who has a net worth of thirteen million. Gary Carter came into this world in Culver City, California in April 1954 and passed out in February 2012. He was a catcher who batted and threw right handed. He played quarterback in high school and also signed a letter of intention to enjoy QB for the UCLA Bruins just before he was drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 1972 Major League Baseball Draft. Carter made the MLB debut of his for the Expos in 1974 and played for Montreal until 1984. He then played for the new York Mets through 1985 to 1989 and the San Francisco Giants in 1990. Carter finished the career of his with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1991 and the Expos in 1992. He won a World Series championship in 1985 with the Mets and was an eleven time MLB All Star. Carter was a 3 time Gold Glove Award winner and a 5 time Silver Slugger Award winner. He was two times called the MLB All Star Game MVP and won the Roberto Clemente Award in 1989 and the NL RBI championship in 1984. Carter's #8 was retired by the Montreal Expos and he was inducted into the new York Mets Hall of Fame. In 2003 he was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Gary Carter passed away on February sixteen, 2012 at fifty seven years of age from brain cancer.
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