Eddie Feigner Net Worth

Eddie Feigner Net Worth:
$ 5 million


Eddie Feigner is one of the most successful American softball players of his time. He turned himself a full time softball player following his enlistment in the US Marine Corps. His first team was named “The King and His Court” in 1946. The Washington Post named Feigner “the greatest softball pitcher who ever lived.”

Short Profile

  • First Name: Eddie
  • Last Name: Feigner
  • Profession: American Softball Player and entertainer  
  • Age: 81 years (1925 – 2007)
  • Birth Date: 25 March, 1925
  • Birth Place: Walla Walla, Washington
  • Birth Country: United States

Eddie Feigner Net Worth

Eddie Feigner passed away in the year 2007. An approximate estimation of his net worth in the year 2020 would be around $1 million and $5 million. In the year 2019, the late softball player’s net worth would have been $100,000 to $1 million.

Eddie Feigner : Age, Height & Weight

Eddie Feigner was 81 years old when he passed away in February 9, 2007. At present, if he were alive, he would have been 95 years old. His height and weight is not known to us.

Eddie Feigner Dead or Alive?

The legendary softball player, Eddie Feigner passed away in February 9, 2007. He was 81 years old at the time.

Some Facts About Eddie Feigner

  • Eddie Feigner’s team was named ‘The King and His Court’ and it was a four-man team; pitcher, catcher. First baseman and shortstop.
  • His team was also known for donating profits made off the tickets of his game to several charities and veteran support programs.
  • This legendary softball player had to retire from pitching after he suffered a stroke in one of his games.
  • He continued to stay associated with the sport as an emcee. Oftentimes, he was found recounting tales of his past games and entertaining the crowds with notorious tricks.
  • Eddie “The King” Feigner often said that his team aimed to entertain the crowd and never to embarrass the opposing players. He would say in reference to this: “ When a man steps up to the plate, we have nothing but respect for him.”
  • The Washington Post declared him as “the greatest softball pitcher who ever lived.”
  • His team was satirized in one of the Fox sitcoms in a 2006 episode “You Gotta Believe(In Moderation)”.
  • He died in February 2007, in Huntsville, Alabama.
  • This remarkable sportsman was inducted into the Baseball Reliquary’s Shrie of the Eternals in 2013.

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