Codi Heuer, born Codi Dalton Heuer is a professional baseball pitcher currently a member of the Chicago Cubs baseball team of Major League Baseball(MLB). He was born to Brian and Beth Heuer on July 3, 1996, in Missoula, Montana in the United States. His family relocated to Fort Collins where he began his non-professional baseball career.
Codi played high school baseball at Fossil Ridge High School located in Fort Collins. During his senior year in school, he set a record when he threw a complete-game shutout in which he struck out 17 batters.
After he completed high school in 2015, he got admitted to study at Wichita State University. There he played college baseball for the Wichita State Shockers baseball team.
In 2018, before reaching his senior year in college, the Chicago White Sox team drafted him in the sixth round of the 2018 MLB draft. He quit the rest of his college years and signed with the White Sox. He began his professional career from there and made his professional debut with the Great Falls Voyagers of the minor league.
Codi made his MLB debut in July 2020 for the White Sox when they played against the Minnesota Twins. He was traded the following year in July to the Chicago Cubs team and he has been with the Cubs to date.
Codi Heuer Salary: How Much Does Codi Heuer Make?
Codi makes a salary of $ 585,000 per annum.