Adam Ottavino is an American professional baseball pitcher for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Adam Ottavino and the New York Mets signed a one-year deal, reinforcing their bullpen ahead of the following MLB season.
Subsequent to signing Ottavino, the Mets’ globally known tax payroll is expected to reach $286 million.
Before joining his current team, Adam played Major League Baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals, Colorado Rockies, New York Yankees, and Boston Red Sox (MLB).
The MLB star was born in Manhattan and went to Park Slope’s Berkley Carroll School for high school.
In 69 appearances for the Red Sox last season, he had a 4.21 ERA and struck out 71 players in 62 innings.
Ottavino has a 3.05 ERA and has averaged 11.9 strikeouts per 9 innings with the Rockies, Yankees, and Red Sox since 2018
The total net worth of Adam Ottavino is estimated to be around $35 million and takes home an annual average salary of $9 million as a professional pitcher for the Mets.
Adam Ottavino Parents: Meet John Ottavino And Eve Ottavino
Born on November 22, 1985, Adam Ottavino’s parents are John Ottavino and Eve Ottavino.
Adam’s father, John Ottavino, coached Ottavino’s youth baseball teams. He doubles as an actor who has appeared in more than 70 professional plays, acted in a number of movies, and appeared in 17 episodes of “Law and Order” or “Law and Order, Special Victims Unit.”
John Ottavino began coaching his son, Adam when he was 6 years old.
Adam’s mother Eve Ottavino, is known to be a basic school teacher at Henry Bristow School and has taught at PS 39 for 25 years.