|Birth Name||Caleb Paul Ferguson|
|Birth Place||Columbus, Ohio|
|Famous Name||Caleb Ferguson|
|Net Worth||$0.6 Million|
|Position in Team||Pitcher|
|Current team||Los Angeles Dodgers|
Caleb Paul Ferguson a.k.a. Caleb Ferguson is an American baseball player who is currently signed to the Los Angeles Dodgers of MLB as their No.64 Pitcher. He was picked in the 38th round of the 2014 MLB draft, forgoing his commitment to West Virginia University.
Columbus, Ohio native, Caleb Ferguson, was born on 2nd July 1996, under the star sign Cancer. The six feet three inches tall holds an American nationality who came from the white ethnic background. He played high school baseball at the West Jefferson High School, where he underwent Tommy John Surgery in his senior season.
As reported, Caleb Ferguson has placed in the minor of the Los Angeles Dodgers system alongside Dennis Santana, Casey Sadler, and Dylan Floro, where he is believed to make $15,000 per annum as salary. Earlier two seasons, he played in the major league of the team, earning a decent sum.
|2014||Los Angeles Dodgers||$46,484|
|2018||Los Angeles Dodgers||$328,160|
|2019||Los Angeles Dodgers||$436,595|
To date, he has summoned $811,239 from the Dodgers. Apart, he has previously played for various minor leagues, including Arizona League Dodgers, Ogden Raptors, Great Lakes Loons, Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, Tulsa Drillers, and Oklahoma City Dodgers, which have helped him to add decent value to his back account.
As of 2019, his net worth is approximately $0.6 million.
Caleb Ferguson is in a relationship with his girlfriend, Carissa Darnell. The duo began dating since 2018.
Like other happy couples, they go on fancy dates and vacations. On top of that, she often visits to cheer his man during games.
Her lady, Darnell, is originally from Vinton County, Ohio, daughter of Cristy Hall and the late, William C. “Bill” Darnell, who died aged 51 in 2011. She has an elder brother. A proud graduate of Welsston School, she is a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) at Fairfield Medical Center. She studied Respiratory Therapy at Shawnee State University.
As reported, she previously worked at Fairfield Medical Center and at Xtreme Cheernastics Tumbling & Cheerleading, where she was a former coach as well.
On 6th June 2018, Ferguson made his professional debut with the Dodgers against the Pittsburgh Pirates, as the starting pitcher. On 23rd June, he picked up his career first MLB win against the New York Mets. Further, he recorded his career first save against the Pittsburgh Pirates on 2nd July, where he pitched three scoreless innings to end a 17-1 blowout.
Caleb Ferguson - Bullpen
In 2019, he appeared in 46 games for the Dodgers with a 1–2 record and 4.84 ERA, making two starts.
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