American professional baseball playerCarlos Quentin has an estimated net worth of $27 million. He played for the university’s baseball team which won two Western League Championships and set the record with 28 home runs and 119 RBIs. In college, he played for the Stanford Cardinal baseball team. Quentin was named All-Pac 10 for three seasons and was honored as Pac 10 Freshman of the Year in 2001. He concluded his career using a .350 fighting average, 35 home runs, 170 RBIs, and 26 stolen bases. The Arizona Diamondbacks selected Quentin as the initial round, 29th overall pick during the 2003 Major League Baseball Draft. He played for the team’s minor league affiliates, the Single A Lancaster, and Double A El Paso. He was placed in the disable list through the 2007 season because Quentin was identified as having a partial tear of his left labrum while on Spring training. A few months after he was demoted to Triple A, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox. While with the White Sox, Quentin appeared at the All-Star game in 2008 and 2011. Also, he won the Silver Slugger Award in 2008. Quentin was traded once again , this time for San Diego Padres in 2011. Four years later, he moved to Seattle Mariners. Carlos is married to Jeane Goff and has a son named Clarke.