Frankie Montas is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher for the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for the Chicago White Sox.
He was a part of the World Team in the 2015 Futures Game and made his MLB debut later that year. As an amateur free agent in December of 2009, Montas was signed by the Boston Red Sox and scout Manny Nanita for $75,000 and featured in a series of high-profile trades.
On July 30th, 2013, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox from the Boston Red Sox as part of a three-team deal including SS The Boston Red Sox traded for Jose Iglesias, the Detroit Tigers traded for OF Avisail Garcia, the Chicago Cubs traded for P Jake Peavy, and the Boston Red Sox acquired P Jake Peavy from the Chicago Cubs.
In September of 2015, Frankie made his major league debut with the White Sox, going 0-2, 4.80 in seven games, with the team. he was part of another multi-team deal on December 16th.
3B Todd Frazier was the most notable casualty in that deal, which saw the Reds trade him to the White Sox in exchange for three young prospects, two of whom went to the Dodgers and one to the White Sox, with Frankie joining OF Trayce Thompson and IF Micah Johnson in Los Angeles.
Frankie Montas Children: Meet Michael and Ellie
Professional baseball pitcher Frankie Montas has children. Frankie’s kids are Michael Montas and Ellie Montas. Since they are not of age, not much is documented about them.