Aníbal Sánchez Age: How Old Is Aníbal Sánchez?

Anibal Alejandro Sánchez Jr. is a Venezuelan baseball pitcher who now works for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB).

It was with the Florida/Miami Marlins in 2006 when he made his debut in Major League Baseball. He has previously played for the Detroit Tigers and the Atlanta Braves.

Sanchez threw a perfect game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on September 6, 2006, which was the 13th start of his career in the Major Leagues.

In 2001, the Boston Red Sox signed international free agent Alex Sánchez. The elbow injury he sustained after two seasons in the Venezuelan Summer League necessitated surgery to reposition the ligament.

Along with Hanley Ramirez, Jess Delgado and Harvey Garcia, he was dealt to the Florida Marlins in the 2005 offseason for largely minor league prospects.

Sánchez was part of a four-player transaction that sent Omar Infante, Jacob Turner, Rob Brantley and Brian Flynn to the Detroit Tigers in exchange for a first-round selection pick.

He had a 4–6 record with a 3.74 ERA in 12 starts with the Tigers. The agreement was based on him making the Minnesota Twins after spring training.

It was for one year and $2.5 million. On March 11, he was released by the Twins and signed with the Atlanta Braves in the minor leagues.

On June 16, 2019, he became the first pitcher to reach 100 wins in the National League, leading all NL pitchers with four mistakes.

How Old Is Aníbal Sánchez?

Anbal Sánchez was born in Maracay, Venezuela, on February 27, 1984, and will be 28 years old in 2022.