|Date of Birth:||1988, November 22|
|Age:||30 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Thomas Andrew Pomeranz|
|Birth Place||Collierville, Tennessee|
|Famous Name||Drew Pomeranz|
|Net Worth||$11 million|
|Past Team||Colorado Rockies, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres and Boston Red Sox|
|Date||JAN 23 2019|
|Contract||1 year $1.5 million|
|Position in Team||Starting pitcher|
|No. of Siblings||1|
|Current team||San Francisco Giants|
|Currently Working For||San Francisco Giants|
|Married to||Carolyn Pomeranz|
Drew Pomeranz is an American professional Baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2019, Drew Pomeranz currently plays for the San Francisco Giants as their Starting pitcher. Drew Pomeranz has played for other teams like Colorado Rockies, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, and Boston Red Sox.
As a Starting pitcher, Drew Pomeranz reportedly earns around $1,500,000 as his yearly salary from San Francisco GiantsFurther, Drew Pomeranz has an estimated net worth of over $11 million.
Additionally, He is married to his lovely wife, Carolyn Pomeranz.
Drew Pomeranz has an estimated net worth of over $11 million and earns an annual salary of about $1.5 million in 2019. He reportedly signed a 1 year $1.5 million contract, including $1,500,000 guaranteed with San Francisco Giants on January 2,3 2019.
Further, the MLB player has an average salary of $1,500,000 annually.
Drew Pomeranz so far has made earnings of $19,705,981 from his entire MLB career.
Detailed information about his career contract and earnings:
|2016||Boston Red Sox||$1,350,000|
|2016||San Diego Padres||$752,460|
|2017||Boston Red Sox||$4,450,000|
|2018||Boston Red Sox||$8,500,000|
|2019||San Francisco Giants||$1,500,000|
Moreover, he is 17th best-paid player of the San Francisco Giants while Buster Posey is the highest earner of the team with an annual average salary of $22,177,777. Furthermore, as per the 2019 financial ranking, he stands in a 428th position among the highest earners of MLB while Mike Trout, David Price is among the top two highest earners in 2019.
Additionally, there isn't any information about his endorsement deals in the media yet. However, we cannot deny the fact that he does have an endorsement deal and has been earning a significant amount of money.
Drew Pomeranz, nicknamed as Big Smooth, is already taken. He is happily married to his beautiful wife, Carolyn Pomeranz. Drew dated Carolyn for a very long time and proposed her on December 27, 2015.
Converting their love life into a marriage, the couple tied their knot on November 19, 2016.
Drew's spouse is a very supportive person. Further, She and her husband are known to be on the road for nearly every Red Sox game. Carolyn and Drew Pomeranz choose to spend their free time in New York City, where their townhouse is, if not on the road.
Carolyn Pomeranz, an influencer of lifestyle, runs Carolyn Said I Drew's blog. On a mission to inspire others to maintain a "fashionable, healthy, fun and fabulous lifestyle," regardless of their location, the creator of the site shows what it is like to travel alongside modern MLB grandeur.
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Talking about his body structure, the famous MLB star is 1.96 m in height and weighs around 109 kg.
Drew Pomeranz was born on November 22, 1988, in Collierville, Tennessee to father Mike Pomeranz but the name of his mother is not in the media yet. He is American by nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group.
Further, his star sign is Scorpio. He grew up along with his siblings, Stuart Pomeranz. Talking about his early playing career, he started his playing career when he attended the University of Mississippi.
He was drafted in the first round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Cleveland Indians. On August 16, 2010, right before the deadline, he signed with the Indians; his contract, which included a signing bonus of $2.65 million, was the biggest bonus given to the pitcher in the draft that year.
Pomeranz and minor league pitcher Chris Jensen were traded for pitcher Brett Anderson at the Oakland Athletics on December 10, 2013.
The Athletics traded Pomeranz, José Torres, and a player (to be named later) for Marc Rzepczynski and Yonder Alonso to the San Diego Padres on December 2, 2015.
Later in his career, he played for Boston Red Sox form 2016-2018.