Born on 4, 1993, Aaron Nola is a professional baseball personality in America. He plays as a pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball.
He had a strong love for baseball and started engaging in sporting activities at the age of nine.
Nola was taken seventh overall in the 2014 MLB Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies, and he signed with the team in June of that year.
During the 2014 and 2015 seasons, he progressed through the Phillies’ farm system, becoming the first Phillies pitcher to make his major league debut the season after his draft since Pat Combs in 1989.
Despite having a strong first full season with the Phillies in 2016, Nola was forced to retire early due to an elbow ailment. In 2017, he came back to break Curt Schilling’s 1996 mark for most strikeouts by a Phillies pitcher with fewer than 30 starts in a season.
He became the fourth pitcher in franchise history to strike out at least 200 batters in a single season the following year.
Aaron Nola Parents: Meet A.J. Nola and Stacie Nola
Aaron Nola’s parents are A.J. Nola and Stacie Nola. Nola is of Italian descent on his father’s side; his great-grandparents emigrated to Baton Rouge from Sicily.
His father, A.J. Nola is known to have served as his Little League Baseball coach until high school. Details about his mother are yet to be revealed.