Carter Kieboom is the younger brother of Spencer Kieboom and the son of Hoofdklasse star Alswinn Kieboom.
He went to George Walton Comprehensive High School in Marietta, GA, where he was picked by the Washington Nationals with the 28th overall pick in the Compensation Round A of the 2016 amateur draft.
In 36 games with the GCL Nationals in 2016, he hit .244/.323/.452 for a .244/.323/.452 batting line. In 2017, he put up a strong season that spanned three teams.
He began his career in extended spring training, then hit .417 in six games in the Gulf Coast League before spending a week with the Auburn Doubledays before joining the Hagerstown Suns of the South Atlantic League, where he played 48 games.
He hit .297/.396/.493 with 16 doubles and 9 home runs in his career. scored 41 runs and had 35 RBIs. In 2018, he returned for a full season and continued to hit well.
He batted .298 in 61 games for the Carolina League’s Potomac Nationals, and then .262 in 62 games for the Eastern League’s Harrisburg Senators.
His hitting line in 123 games was .280/.357/.44, with 31 doubles, 16 homers, 84 runs, and 69 RBIs. He represented the United States in the 2018 Futures Game.
On April 26, 2019, he made his big league debut, but was overshadowed by Vladimir Guerrero Jr., who also made his debut that day.
How Old Is Carter Kieboom?
Carter Kieboom was born on September 3, 1997. He is 24 years old.