Kevin John Gausman, nicknamed Gausy, is an American professional baseball pitcher know all about him in this artcle as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary and Contract
|Name||Kevin John Gausman|
|Birthdate ( Age)||6 January 1991|
|Place of Birth||Centennial, Colorado, USA|
|Parents||Clair Gausman, Winifred Gausman|
|Education||Louisiana State University|
|Profession||Professional Baseball Player|
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
Kevin John Gausman nicknamed Gausy, is an American professional baseball pitcher for the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played for the Baltimore Orioles, Atlanta Braves, and Cincinnati Reds.
Before his professional career, Gausman attended Louisiana State University (LSU) and played college baseball for the LSU Tigers, with whom he was an All-American. The Orioles selected him in the first round (4th overall) of the 2012 MLB draft. He made his MLB debut in 2013.
Kevin Gausman Family
Kevin Gausman was on 6th January 1991 in his hometown in Centennial, Colorado, United States. He was born to his parents Clair Gausman and Winifred Gausman and he was raised with his older brother and sister. His father Clair is a former college football official. Kevin is known by others by his nickname Gausy. Kevin attended his University from the Louisiana State University and played baseball for LSU tigers. He attended his high school at Grandview High school in Centennial, Colorado. In his school baseball team, he played as a pitcher.
Kevin Gausman Wife, Is Kevin Gausman Married
Kevin is happily married to his wife Taylor North. He got married in December 2016. They have been blessed with two beautiful and fun-loving daughters Sadie and Sutton.
Kevin Gausman Net Worth
Kevin John Gausman nicknamed Gausy, is an American professional baseball pitcher has an estimated Net Worth arround $4 Million in 2022.
Kevin Gausman Salary and Contract
Kevin Gausman current contract is a 1 year / $18,900,000 per year playing for the San Francisco Giants, including $18,900,000 guaranteed minimum salary, and a yearly basic salary of $18,900,000.Kevin Gausman currently plays for San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball, the senior baseball league in the United States.This year (2021), Gausman is earning a yearly wage of $18,900,000, costing the team a total of $18,900,000.
Gausman was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles fourth overall in the 2012 MLB Draft. He signed with the Orioles for a signing bonus of $4.32 million on July 13, 2012.Gausman started the 2013 season with the Double-A Bowie Baysox until the Orioles promoted him to the major leagues to make his debut in Toronto against the Blue Jays on May 23, 2013.In his debut against the Blue Jays, Gausman pitched five innings and allowed seven hits, four runs, and two walks, also adding five strikeouts.Gausman picked up the loss as the Orioles fell 12–6 to the Blue Jays. On June 14, Gausman was optioned to the Triple-A Norfolk Tides.
On June 7, 2014, Gausman earned his first win as a starting pitcher, going seven innings against the Oakland Athletics, allowing only one run, walking one, and striking out six.Following the best outing of his young career, Gausman pitched against the AL East leading Toronto Blue Jays where he went six innings, again allowing one run and striking out three. In the 2014 postseason, Gausman pitched out of the bullpen for the Orioles.
On March 28, 2017, Gausman was named the Orioles’ Opening Day starting pitcher for the first time in his career.He pitched 5.1 innings on Opening Day, allowing two runs on five hits and four walks, while also striking out four batters. Gausman earned the no decision. On May 3, Gausman was ejected for the first time in his Major League career after hitting Xander Bogaerts with a pitch.On July 29, Gausman pitched the longest outing of his career against the Texas Rangers, going 82⁄3 shutout innings while striking out eight batters and earning the victory.For the season, he led the league with 34 starts, and his 179 strikeouts and 186.7 innings pitched were both 10th in the AL.He had the lowest per.
In 2019, Gausman signed a one-year contract with the San Francisco Giants.During the shortened 2020 season, Gausman had a major bounce-back season, in which was 3–3 with a 3.62 ERA and 15 walks and 79 strikeouts in 59+2⁄3 innings in 12 games (10 starts), and a career-low 1.106 WHIP along with a career-high 11.9 strikeouts per 9 innings.On November 11, 2020, Gausman accepted a qualifying $18.9 million offer from the Giants.
Gausman was named the 2021 Opening Day starter for the Giants.On June 2, 2021, he was named the National League Pitcher of the Month for the month of May. He won five games during the month, maintained an ERA of 0.73 and allowed an opponent slash line of .165/.201/.241.
On September 17, 2021, Gausman sat on the bench when the Giants took on the Braves. Because the Giants ran out of position players, having already pinch-hit 5 times,Gausman, slashing .184/.212/.184 as a batter, was called upon to pinch-hit in the bottom of the 11th with the bases loaded and one out, and the game tied 5–5. On a full count, he hit a fly ball to right-center field, for his first career sacrifice fly, scoring Brandon Crawford to win the game.