- Famous Name Frank Mozzicato
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Frank Mozzicato
- Net Worth $3 million
- Birth Country Ellington, Connecticut
- Famous Name Frank Mozzicato
- Position in Team Pitcher
- Nationality American
- Current team Kansas City Royals
- Ethnicity White
- Profession MLB Player
Frank Mozzicato is an American professional baseball pitcher who is currently signed to the Kansas City Royals organization. He was picked by the Kansas City Royals in the 2021 MLB draft with the first round with the seventh selection.
Ellington, Connecticut native, Frank Mozzicato was born on 19th June 2003, under the star sign Gemini. The eighteen years old holds an American nationality and is of white ethnic background.
How Much Is Frank Mazzicato's Net Worth In 2022? Signing Bonus?
On 17th July 2021, Frank Mozzicato signed to the Kansas City Royals for a signing bonus of $3.55 million. Soon, he was assigned to the Kansas City Royals organization.
According to the source, players at Class A make $290 to $500; Double-A players from $350 to $600; and Triple-A players had salaries increased from $502 to $700. Most Minor Leaguers make less than $15,000 per annum.
With a hefty signing bonus, Mazzicato is a millionaire at his teen. His net worth is approximately $3 million.
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Is Frank Mozzicato Dating?
Since being drafted by Royal Kansas in the 2021 MLB Draft, Mozzicato has earned huge fame. Along with that, he now has become more concerned to keep his personal stuff low-key. Seems like the pitcher wants a spotlight only on his baseball career rather than anything else.
Frank Mozzicato is pretty famous on Instagram with 10.2k followers. Nevertheless, we can not find any lovey-Dobey post there. The baseball pitcher is believed to be single.
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Frank Mozzicato enrolled at East Catholic High School in Manchester, Connecticut where he pitched for the school's baseball team. As a senior, his draft stock rose significantly after he threw four consecutive no-hitters.
He concluded his high school career with 492/3 scoreless innings, with a stretch in which he threw four consecutive no-hitters garnering national attention. That season, he helped the team to a Connecticut Class M State Championship, in which he struck out 17 and only allowed one hit.
For the collegiate career, Mozzicato joined the University of Connecticut with a college baseball scholarship with the Connecticut Huskies baseball team.
In the 2021 MLB Draft, Frank was picked in the first round (7th overall) by the Kansas City Royals, becoming the highest-drafted Connecticut high schooler since Bobby Valentine went 5th in 1968.
But before his senior season started this spring, no one knew his name.
“Everybody was like 'you're a lefty, you’ve got to pitch,' I was like alright,” said Mozzicato in an interview at his home the day before the 2021 MLB draft. “8, 9-year-old kid not knowing, you just go where the coach tells you to play, Frank said.
On 17th July 2021, Frank is signed to Kansas City Royals for a $3.55 million signing bonus.
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