Vince Coleman is an American former professional baseball player who has a net worth of twelve million. Vince Coleman was created in Jacksonville, Florida in September 1961. He was a left fielder who threw right handed and was a switch hitter. Coleman set the all time stolen base season record while playing for Florida A&M Faculty. He was also a kicker as well as punter on the football team. Coleman was drafted in the tenth round of the 1982 Major League Baseball Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. He made the MLB debut of his for the Cardinals in 1985 and played there until 1990. Coleman then played for the new York Mets through 1991 to 1993, the Kansas City Royals through 1994 to 1995, the Seattle Mariners in 1995, the Cincinnati Reds in 1996, and the Detroit Tigers in 1997. He was named the National League Rookie of the entire year in 1985 and was an MLB All Star in 1988 and 1989. Coleman was a 6 time NL stolen base champion through 1985 to 1990. He holds different stolen base records including being sixth all time with 752, almost all in a season by a rookie with 110, being the last male to take hundred bases in a season in 1987, top the majors in stolen bases 4 occasions, and getting fifty consecutive stolen bases while not getting caught stealing. Throughout 2015 he turned out to be a base running instructor for the Chicago White Sox. A 4 year deal for 11.95 million in 1990 was signed by Coleman.
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