Drew Pomeranz Age: How Old Is Drew Pomeranz?

Thomas Andrew “Drew” Pomeranz, often known as Big Smooth, is an American pitcher for the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball.

Prior to joining the Milwaukee Brewers, he was a member of the Colorado Rockies, Oakland Athletics, Boston Red Sox, San Francisco Giants, and Milwaukee Brewers.

Pomeranz was a 2016 MLB All-Star for the Padres and a 2018 World Series champion for the Red Sox.

Drew Pomeranz
Drew Pomeranz

Pomeranz is from Tennessee’s Collierville. Even though the Texas Rangers selected him in the 12th round of the 2007 Major League Baseball draft, he chose to play collegiate baseball for the University of Mississippi.

He was also offered scholarships by Tennessee, Memphis, and Mississippi State, and was extensively recruited by LSU and Alabama.

In the title game of the 2009 World Baseball Challenge, Pomeranz led the United States Collegiate National Team to victory with a no-hitter against the German national baseball team.

He finished the tournament with a 4–1 record, a 1.75 earned run average (ERA), and the team leads in strikeouts with 48.

Pomeranz was awarded the Cellular South Ferriss Trophy (now the C Spire Ferriss Trophy) in 2010, which is given yearly to Mississippi’s best collegiate baseball player.

In 2007, Pomeranz was selected by the Texas Rangers, but opted to attend college instead. The Cleveland Indians subsequently selected him in the first round of the 2010 Major League Baseball draft.

On August 16, 2010, just before the deadline, he signed with the Indians; his contract, which included a $2.65 million signing bonus, was the largest bonus granted to a collegiate pitcher in that year’s draft.

In 2011, he was regarded as one of baseball’s top 50 prospects.

How Old Is Drew Pomeranz?

Drew Pomeranz is 33 years old. He was born on November 22, 1988.