Codi Heuer plays professional baseball for the Chicago Cubs baseball team of Major League Baseball. Codi plays as a pitcher for the Cubs and is 1.96m tall.
He was born in Montana in the United States of America on July 3, 1996, but grew up in Fort Collins after his family moved there. He was enrolled at Fossil Ridge High School in Fort Collins where he played baseball for the school team. After high school, he was undrafted thus he enrolled at Wichita State University where he played college baseball for the Shockers.
Before he reached his senior year, the Chicago White Sox team picked him in the sixth round of the 2018 MLB draft. He signed with them and started his professional career that same year with the Great Falls Voyagers. He spent the 2019 minor league season with the Winston-Salem Dash and was later promoted to play with the Birmingham Barons in June.
Codi made his MLB debut in July 2020 for the White Sox. The following year after his MLB debut, he was traded along to the Chicago Cubs.
Codi Heuer Parents: Meet Brian and Beth Heuer
Codi Heuer’s parents are Brian Heuer and Beth Heuer. His parents are known to be very supportive of his baseball career as they are often present during his games.