Thomas Andrew “Drew” Pomeranz (born November 22, 1988) is an MLB pitcher for the San Diego Padres (MLB). He played for the Rockies, A’s, Red Sox, Giants, and Brewers. Pomeranz was an MLB All-Star in 2016 with the Padres and a World Series champion in 2018.
Collierville, Tennessee-born Pomeranz. Despite being picked by the Texas Rangers in the 12th round of the 2007 MLB draft, he played for Mississippi. LSU, Alabama, Tennessee, Memphis, and Mississippi State offered him scholarships.
Pomeranz won the 2009 World Baseball Challenge title game with a one-hitter against Germany. He finished with a 4–1 record, 1.75 ERA, and 48 strikeouts. Pomeranz won the Cellular South Ferriss Trophy (now C Spire Ferriss Trophy) in 2010.
Pomeranz was selected by the Rangers in 2007 but chose college. He was picked first overall by the Cleveland Indians in 2010. His $2.65 million signing bonus was the most paid to a collegiate pitcher in the 2010 draft. He signed with the Indians on August 16, 2010, just before the deadline.
On November 19, 2016, Pomeranz married Carolyn Esserman. Stu, his brother, played MLB. Drew and Stu are Garland Buckeye’s great-grandsons. Pomeranz and his wife announced their pregnancy in August 2020. Tate Pomeranz was born in 2021.
Drew Pomeranz Parents: Who Is Drew Pomeranz Dad, Mike Pomeranz?
Michael Pomeranz is an American studio host and announcer for San Diego Padres telecasts on Bally Sports San Diego, as well as studio host for the Anaheim Ducks on Bally Sports SoCal and Bally Sports West. He is Drew Pomeranz’s father. And little is known about his mother.