Jace Ryan Peterson is a professional baseball second baseman from America who plays for the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball. Hailing from Lake Charles, Louisiana, he was born on May 9, 1990. He has previously played for the San Diego Padres, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, and the Baltimore Orioles.
His early days reveal that he was a three-sport athlete at the time playing in different sports games. The games were baseball, basketball, and football. He had his college education at McNeese State University where he was known to play college baseball for the McBee State Cowboys. He was able to record stolen bases with 78. The San Diego Padres drafted him on the first-round supplementary list in the 58th overall pick in the year 2011.
He commenced his professional career in the minor leagues by making his professional debut with the Eugene Emeralds in the same year 2011. For that particular team and season, he was known to play about 73 games in all with two home runs. He joined the majors on April 25, 2014. P
Peterson currently plays for the Milwaukee Brewers where he joined them on December 17, 2019, after having a thing with the Padres, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, and the Baltimore Orioles.
Is Jace Peterson Still Playing Baseball?
Peterson is still playing at the time. He was known to have extended his contract in 2021 before the 2022 season.