Austin Voth is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Washington Nationals in the Major League Baseball. He was drafted by the Washinton National in the fifth round of the 2013 MLB draft. Voth began his baseball career with the Gulf Coast League Nationals, the Nationals rookie Affiliate squad.
Voth entered the career of playing baseball soon after he completed his formal education. Voth threw for three seasons at the University of Washinton when he was a student there. On July,14,2018, Voth made his major league debut against the New York Mets which he played with the Nationals.
In 2019, Voth won his first World Championship of the world series over the Houston Astros although he did not take part in the postseason action. In 2020, Voth was able to get a 6.34ERA in 11 starts while striking out of 44 batters.
On June,20,2021, Austin suffered a broken nose after he was called to start a bullpen game against the Philadelphia Phillies. He was hit by a pitch that was thrown by Phillies starter Vince Velasquez.
Who are Austin Voth’s Parents?
Voth was born June 26 1992 in Redmond, Washington. He was born and raised by his parents Heidi and Ken Voth. He was raised alongside his younger brother Collin Voth and is also known for being the cousin of former Oregon State Pitcher Sam Gaviglio.
There is not much information about Voth’s parents as they are not very popular people and the pitcher has not spoken much about them.