From Bowling Green, Snell was assigned to play for the Charlotte Stone Crabs in the spring of 2014. Against the Daytona Cubs on August 2nd, he threw a no-hitter despite the rain.
For the first time in Stone Crab history, the team threw a no-hitter. Between the two teams, he started 24 games and went 8–8 with a 3.19 ERA.
He was named the Rays Minor League Pitcher of the Year at the conclusion of the season. During the first 21 innings of the season, Snell allowed no runs and was promoted to the Montgomery Biscuits.
Durham Bulls later promoted him. He was 15–4 with a 1.41 ERA and a 1.02 WHIP in 25 games (23 starts) for the three teams. After the season, the Rays added him to their 40-man roster. With Durham, Snell opened the 2016 season.
On April 23, 2016, Snell made his major league debut at Yankee Stadium. It was his first outing that exhibited signs of nervousness due to an uncalled-for wild pitch, but he settled down and struck out the side in the second inning before retiring 12 of the final 14 batters.
While pitching for Tampa Bay in 2016, Snell had a 6-8 record, 3.54 ERA, and 98 strikeouts in 89 innings. He made 19 starts.
Blake Snell Contract
With the Tampa Bay Rays, Blake Snell agreed to a five-year, $50 million deal that has a $3 million signing bonus and a $50 million guarantee.
Blake Snell Salary
Snell makes an average of $10,000,000 per year. Snell’s base salary in 2022 will be $12,500,000.
Blake Snell Net Worth
Blake Snell has a net worth estimation of $10 million