Austin Zachary Gomber, an American pitcher, plays for the Major League Baseball Colorado Rockies (MLB). In Major League Baseball, he had previously played for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Austin Gomber signed for the Major League Baseball (MLB) draft after graduating from West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Florida, however, he was not selected. He enrolled at Florida Atlantic University and joined the baseball team there, the Florida Atlantic Owls.
Gomber, a 2014 MLB draft pick by the Cardinals, played collegiate baseball for the Owls while attending Florida Atlantic University. He was one of the two 2015 Co-Minor League Pitchers of the Year, according to the Cardinals.
Gomber was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals with a $374,100 bonus in the fourth round of the 2014 MLB Draft. His first job was with the Class A-Short Season New York–Penn League’s State College Spikes.
Gomber signed the Palm Beach Cardinals at the start of 2016 before being promoted to the Springfield Cardinals in July. On July 30, 2016, he went against the Northwest Arkansas Naturals in his second start for Springfield and went seven innings.
Gomber, along with minor leaguers Elehuris Montero, Mateo Gil, Tony Locey, and Jake Sommers, was exchanged for Nolan Arenado by the Colorado Rockies on February 1, 2021.
Does Austin Gomber Have Any Kids?
Yes, Austin Gomber has kids. In 2019, Gomber and his then-fiancée Rachel welcomed their son, who was their first child. After being married in December 2019, the couple welcomed their second kid in August 2021. His wife often posts their daily life on her TikTok Page.