Sean Gilmartin is a former MLB pitcher born on May 8, 1990. He is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 92 kg. This 32-year-old American baseball player became a millionaire by signing successful contracts with different MLB teams. Here are his year-by-year career earnings details:
|2015||New York Mets||0.5 Million|
|2016||New York Mets||0.51 Million|
|2017||New York Mets||0.53 Million|
|2018||Baltimore Orioles||0.54 Million|
|2019||Baltimore Orioles||0.55 Million|
|2020||Tampa Bay Rays||0.57 Million|
Sean Gilmartin’s Net Worth and Salary
His professional career began in 2011, and he retired from the MLB in 2020. The net worth of Sean Gilmartin is $40 million. His average yearly salary was $3 million. Dedicating his life to the field of baseball, he became able to be such a rich man with a flourishing career.
Summary: Sean Patrick’s Bio
-Profession: Baseball player
-Full Name: Sean Patrick Gilmartin
-Father Name: Paul Jr.
-Mother Name: JoAnna Gilmartin
-Birth Date: May 8, 1990
-Birthplace: Moorpark, California, USA
-Wife/Girlfriend: Kayleigh McEnany
-Height: 6 feet 2 inches
-Weight: 92 kg
-Current Age: 32 years
-Jersey Numbers: 36, 63, and 85.
Sean Gilmartin’s Family and Childhood
Sean was born in Moorpark, California, U.S. The full name of this man is Sean Patrick Gilmartin. His brother, Michael, is a baseball player, drafted in the 2009 MLB draft. He is the son of his father, Paul Jr., and his mother, JoAnna Gilmartin.
At the beginning of his career, he played for Crespi Carmelite High School in the Encino District, Los Angeles, California. In the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft, the San Diego Padres selected him in the 31st round, but after skipping the chance, he concentrated on college baseball.
After receiving the scholarship, he was admitted to Florida State University (FSU) in Tallahassee. Here he played for the Florida State Seminoles baseball team. In his 2011 junior year, he inserted his name as an All-American. Then he began his path to a professional baseball career in the minor leagues.
Sean Gilmartin’s Contracts
During his MLB career, he wore the jerseys of the New York Mets, Baltimore Orioles, and Tampa Bay Rays.
In the 2011 Minor League Baseball Draft, the Atlanta Braves selected him 28th overall in the first round. This season, he played for the Gulf Coast League Braves, Rome Braves, Mississippi Braves, and Gwinnett Braves. He became the Braves fifth-best prospect by Baseball America.
In 2013, he was traded to the Minnesota Twins, and in 2014, he played for the Rochester Red Wings and New Britain Rock Cats. He went 7–3, 3.12 ERA, 74 strikeouts, and a WHIP of 1.278 in 72 innings, allowing 76 hits, 30 runs (25 earned), two home runs, and 16 walks.
Pitching in 14 games for the Rochester Red Wings in 73.2 innings, he went 2–4, 4.28 ERA, 59 strikeouts, and a WHIP of 1.317 while allowing 69 hits, 39 runs (35 earned), seven home runs, and 28 walks.
At the 2014 Winter Meetings, the New York Mets chose him. After appearing in 50 games over 57+13 innings and posting a record of 3–2 with a 2.67 ERA, 54 strikeouts, and a WHIP of 1.186 while allowing 50 hits, 17 runs, two home runs, and 19 walks.
The MLB debut of this man was against the New York Mets on April 10, 2015. He stayed with this team until 2017. After signing with the Baltimore Orioles in 2018, he became a player for the team and spent the 2018–2019 season with them. As a player for the Baltimore Orioles, he played in 12 games and set the record with a 3.00 ERA.
In 2020, he entered into a contract with the Tampa Bay Rays 2020 and played for this team in 2020. As a player on this team, he took part in the two games, setting a 0–0 record with an 8.31 ERA and five strikeouts in 4.1 innings. It is the last MLB team he has played for.
Later, in 2021, he played in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, representing the Long Island Ducks. In the same year, he became a member of the Wichita Wind Surge through a purchase.
In his MLB career, he took part in a total of 81 games. His career statistics are win-loss record: 4–5, earned run average: 4.34, strikeouts: 90, WAR: 1.2, ERA: 4.34, GS: 3, SV: 0, IP: 112, SO: 90, and WHIP: 1.42.
Sean Gilmartin’s Wife and Children
He entered into conjugal life with his long-dated girlfriend, Kayleigh McEnany. His wife, Kayleigh McEnany, is the White House Press Secretary. The couple started dating in 2015 and married on November 18, 2017. The family of Sean Gilmartin and Kayleigh McEnany was extended with one child, a daughter named Blake Avery Gilmartin, in 2019.
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 17, 2021
From the first to the last of his professional career, he wore several jerseys for several teams. His worn jersey numbers are 36, 63, and 85. The batting and throwing style is left-handed.
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