Blake Treinen is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He played college baseball for the Baker Wildcats and the South Dakota State Jackrabbits baseball team.
The Nationals welcomed Treinen to spring preparing in 2014, where he dazzled Nationals’ mentors.
He started the season with the Syracuse Chiefs of the Class AAA International League and was elevated to the significant associations on April 12.
He procured his first career win on June 29, making a spot start against the Chicago Cubs and out-dueling Jeff Samardzija in a 7-2 win.
During the 2014 Washington Nationals season, Treinen seemed both as a beginning pitcher and out of the warm-up area, with his fastball timed as high as 98 miles each hour (158 km/h).
Parting the season between the Nationals and the Chiefs, Treinen had a 2.49 ERA in 15 significant association games and a 3.35 ERA in 16 minor league games.
For the 2015 season, Treinen began the year in the Nationals warm-up area, with the slow time of year procurement of Max Scherzer making a jam-packed turn picture.
Manager Matt Williams, managing wounds to his veteran relievers, started embedding Treinen into high-influence, late-game circumstances toward the beginning of April, once in a while setting up for nearer Drew Storen.
He likewise arrived at 100 miles each hour (160 km/h) with his sinker without precedent for his significant association vocation during the main portion of the period.
Blake Treinen Children: Does Blake Treinen Have kids?
Blake Treinen has not disclosed any gist on whether he has a son or not. The baseball pitcher prefers living his personal life strictly away from the media.