Paul O’Neill Net Worth

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Paul attended Brookhaven High School – he played basketball for his school and would earn all-state honors during his senior year. He also played as a right fielder in baseball – from his youth he was a fan of the Cincinnati Reds – which led to him being selected in the 1981 Major League Baseball Draft.

As normal for rookie players, Paul spent three seasons in minor leagues, so didn’t make his major league debut until 1985, but played only five games in that season. The next year he would spend most of his time in the minors along with a few games in the major leagues, and continued to split his time in 1987 but appeared in 84 games for the Reds. 1988 marked his first full season with the Reds, playing 145 games scoring 16 home runs. This also marked the start of the rise of his net worth. He continued playing well in 1990 and would help Cincinnati win the World Series against the Oakland Athletics. In his final season with the Reds the following year, he displayed great skill by hitting 28 home runs in 152 games.

Paul was then traded to the Yankees, and was put into the lineup as the #3 hitter. He was also given a high-valued contract by the team, raising his net worth considerably. In 1994, he was selected to his second All-Star game despite the lockout-shortened season. He would then lead the Yankees to a postseason appearance, but they lost against the Seattle Mariners.1996 would be the year the Yankees won the World Series, their first since 1978. O’Neill continued to help New York reach the postseason, winning the World Series once again in 1998. This continued the following year, and he would contribute greatly to the teams win despite his father’s death. In 2000, the team would once again go to the World Series, this time in a local derby against the New York Mets. The Yankees reached the World Series yet again in 2001, but lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks, but O’Neill was given a very emotional sendoff from the diamond..

After retiring from professional baseball, Paul went on to become a baseball analyst for the YES Network, which he continues to this day. In 2009, he was inducted into the Irish American Hall of Fame along with other sports players.

For his personal life, it is known that Paul married Nevalee O’Neill in 1984, and they have three children. He has authored a book entitled “Me and My Dad: A Baseball memoir”, and he also has a plaque in Monument Park – he is considered the heart and soul of the 1990s Yankees.

Structural info

  • Net Worth: $20 Million
  • Date Of Birth: February 25, 1963
  • Place Of Birth: Columbus, Ohio, United States
  • Height: 1.93 m
  • Profession: Baseball player
  • Education: Columbus Global Academy
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Nevalee O’Neill
  • Children: Alexandra O’Neill, Andrew O’Neill, Aaron O’Neill
  • Parents: Charles O’Neill, Virginia Gwinn
  • Siblings: Molly O’Neill
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  • Music Groups: Trans-Siberian Orchestra


  • Working as a baseball analyst on the YES Network, The Yankees Entertainment Station. [2002]
  • Made the last catch in David Wells’ perfect game on May 17, 1998 against the Minnesota Twins.
  • In 2001, he made the Major League record to become the oldest player to hit over 20 home runs and score over 20 stolen bases in a season.
  • Had a big standing ovation by Yankee fans during game 5 of the 2001 world series which was his last game at Yankee Stadium of his career.
  • Made the last catch in game five of the 1996 world series against the Atlanta Braves on the last game at Atlanta Fulton County Stadium.
  • Made major league debut on 3 September 1985.
  • Outfielder with the Cincinnati Reds (1985-1992) and the New York Yankees (1993-2001).
  • Plays the drums.
  • Resides in Columbus, Ohio.
  • After winning championship in 1996, ’98, ’99, and 2000 for the New York Yankees, Paul retired after the 2001 season.
  • Distant relative of Mark Twain. His sister is Molly O’Neill, a food critic for the New York Times.
  • Paul O’Neill is a star right fielder for the New York Yankees and is considered to be one of the best Yankee players of the last decade.


  • Known for his frequent complaining to umpires and kicking water coolers


Title Year Status Character
Seinfeld 1995 TV Series Paul O’Neill
Little Big League 1994 Cameo appearance
Title Year Status Character
Mike & Mike 2015 TV Series Himself – New York Yankees Broadcaster
Late Show with David Letterman 2011 TV Series Himself – At Yankees Spring Training
Prime 9 2011 TV Series Himself
Yankeeography 2009 TV Series Himself
18th Annual American Century Championship 2007 TV Mini-Series Himself
Howard Stern on Demand 2006 TV Series Himself
17th Annual American Century Championship 2006 TV Mini-Series Himself
ESPN Outside the Lines Nightly 2006 TV Series Himself
ESPN 25: Who’s #1? 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
Nine Innings from Ground Zero 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself
ESPN SportsCentury 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
2001 World Series 2001 TV Movie Himself (New York Yankees Outfielder)
2001 American League Championship Series 2001 TV Series Himself – New York Yankees Right Fielder
Sunday Night Baseball 1991-2001 TV Series Himself – New York Yankees Right Fielder / Himself – Cincinnati Reds Right Fielder
2000 Official World Series 2000 Video documentary Himself (New York Yankees Right Fielder)
2000 American League Championship Series 2000 TV Mini-Series Himself – New York Yankees Right Fielder
1999 American League Championship Series 1999 TV Mini-Series Himself – New York Yankees Right Fielder
1998 World Series 1998 TV Series Himself – New York Yankees Right Fielder
1998 American League Championship Series 1998 TV Mini-Series Himself – New York Yankees Right Fielder
1998 MLB All-Star Game 1998 TV Special Himself
1997 MLB All-Star Game 1997 TV Special Himself – AL Starting Right Fielder: New York Yankees
My Oh My! 1996 Documentary Himself
1996 World Series 1996 TV Series Himself – New York Yankees Right Fielder
1996 American League Championship Series 1996 TV Mini-Series Himself – New York Yankees Right Fielder
1995 MLB All-Star Game 1995 TV Special Himself – AL Outfielder
1994 MLB All-Star Game 1994 TV Special Himself – AL Outfielder
1991 MLB All-Star Game 1991 TV Special Himself – NL Outfielder
Wire to Wire: The Story of the 1990 Cincinnati Reds 1990 Video Himself
1990 World Series: Home Video Cincinnati Reds vs Oakland A’s 1990 Video Himself
1990 World Series 1990 TV Series Himself – Cincinnati Reds Right Fielder
1990 National League Championship Series 1990 TV Series Himself – Cincinnati Reds Right Fielder
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Prime 9 2010-2011 TV Series Himself
Scenes from the Roundtable 2007 Video documentary short Himself


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