Zack Greinke (Donald Zackary Greinke) is an American expert baseball pitcher for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Zack Greinke recently played for the Kansas City Royals, Milwaukee Brewers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Royals chose Greinke in the first round of the 2002 MLB draft after he became the winner of the Gatorade National Player of the Year Award as a secondary school senior.
In the wake of playing in a short time, he made his MLB debut in 2004. His vocation was about crashed by his fights with sadness and uneasiness in 2005 and 2006. He returned in 2007 as a help pitcher before rejoining the beginning turn in 2008.
In 2009, he showed up in the MLB All-Star Game, drove the significant classes in earned run normal, and won the American League Cy Young Award.
|Birth Date||October 21, 1983|
|Occupation||Professional Baseball Player|
|Ethnicity|| Not Mentioned|
|Education||Apopka High School|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Father Name||Donald Greinke|
|Mother Name||Marsha Greinke|
Greinke was conceived in Orlando, Florida, the child of educators Donald and Marsha Greinke. He is of German plummet and was dynamic in Little League and furthermore exceeded expectations in tennis and golf competitions as a young.
As a young person, Greinke helped lead his group to the Senior League World Series title in 1999. He played shortstop for the group, and his mentor assessed that he hit near .700 in the competition.
Greinke was principally a shortstop when he began playing baseball at Apopka High School. He hit more than .400 with 31 grand slams in his secondary school vocation. He functioned as an alleviation pitcher as a sophomore and junior, before turning into a beginning pitcher as a senior. He likewise held restricting players to a .107 normal.
He drove his group to a 32–2 record and their third consecutive locale title. He was chosen as Gatorade National Player of the Year. After the secondary educational season finished, he played in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Classic. He intrigued professional scouts with his presentation against probably the best hitters in the nation.
Greinke contributed six small-time games for the Royals ranch groups in 2002: three games for the Gulf Coast Royals, two for the Low-A Spokane Indians, and two innings for the High-A Wilmington Blue Rocks of the Carolina League. He had a 3.97 ERA in 111⁄3 innings.
In 2003, Greinke opened the season with Wilmington, where he was 11–1 with a 1.14 ERA in 14 beginnings. Those numbers earned spots on the Carolina League mid-season and post-season elite player groups just as Carolina League Pitcher of the Year grant.
Greinke was called up to the significant associations on May 22, 2004, and made his significant group debut against the Oakland Athletics, permitting two runs in five innings. At 20 years of age, he was the most youthful player in the majors and verged on getting success. Yet, the group’s nearer, Jeremy Affeldt, surrendered the lead with two outs in the base of the ninth inning.
Greinke recorded his first vocation win on June 8, when he pitched seven scoreless innings against the Montreal Expos. In 24 beginnings, Greinke completed the multi-year with an 8–11 record and a 3.97 ERA.
After the closure of the 2008 season with 15 scoreless innings, Greinke began 2009 by not permitting a run in his initial 24 innings, which implied that for 39 innings in succession, he had not surrendered a run. Greinke was named American League (AL) Pitcher of the Month for April, his five successes, 0.50 ERA and 44 strikeouts all tops in the Majors. On August 25, Greinke struck out 15 players, breaking Mark Gubicza’s group record for strikeouts in a single game. On August 30, Greinke had a one-hit total match against the Seattle Mariners.
On December 17, 2010, Greinke apparently requested that the Royals exchange him, guaranteeing that he was not roused to play for a reconstructing group. On December 19, he was transferred to the Milwaukee Brewers with Yuniesky Betancourt and $2 million for Alcides Escobar, Lorenzo Cain, Jeremy Jeffress, and Jake Odorizzi. He was given the number 13, rather than his favored number 23, because of name 23 previously being given to Rickie Weeks. Greinke would later concede that he dealt with the exchange demand ineffectively, saying that he was “pretty rude” in transit out. Yet, the arrangement turned out well for the two groups.
On July 31, 2019, the Diamondbacks exchanged Greinke to the Houston Astros with money contemplations in return for four small-time possibilities: Corbin Martin, J. B. Bukauskas, Seth Beer, and Joshua Rojas. The Diamondbacks likewise consented to pay $24 million of Greinke’s remaining $77 million compensation.
Highlights and Achievements
- 6× All-Star in the year 2009, 2014, 2015, 2017–2019.
- Greinke was awarded All-MLB Second Team in the year 2019.
- Greinke was awarded AL Cy Young Award in the year 2009.
- Greinke was awarded the 6× Gold Glove Award in the year 2014–2019.
- Greinke was awarded 3x Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award in the year 2016, 2018, 2019.
- Greinke was awarded the 2× Silver Slugger Award in the year 2013, 2019.
- Greinke was awarded the 2× MLB ERA leader in the year 2009, 2015.
Net Worth of Zack Greinke
The net worth of Zack Greinke is $90 million
|Salary||31 million USD (2016)|
|Source of Income||Playing, Coaching Baseball|
|Net Worth||$90 million|
Is Zack Greinke Married?
Greinke is married to Emily Kuchar, whom he met while going to Apopka High School. Kuchar is a previous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and was Miss Daytona Beach USA 2008. Their children, Bode Nicholas and Griffin were conceived in 2015 and 2017, separately.
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