Jake Cousins is a known baseball player in America. He plies his trade with the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball as a professional pitcher.
Born on July 14, 1994, in Park Ridge, Illinois, he is noted for batting right and throwing right respectively.
Cousins attended Wheaton Academy and grew up in St. Charles, Illinois. He played four seasons of college baseball for the Penn Quakers at the University of Pennsylvania.
Cousins was chosen first-team All-Ivy League after posting a 7–2 record with a 3.15 earned run average (ERA) as a senior.
In 2019, he was impressed enough in a brief appearance to earn an invitation to Major League camp.
After that, he pitched exceptionally effectively in the Minor Leagues. In Triple-A, he was tested, but he continued to throw well and earned his chance here.
Cousins, a three-time All-Ivy selection at Penn, was a graduate of the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
He was a unanimous First-Team All-Ivy pick and an All-Big 5 honoree during his senior season. He was the ace of the Quaker pitching staff, going 7-2 with a 3.15 ERA in 11 starts.
His 20 victories are tied for third all-time at the institution, while his 2.91 ERA is tied for sixth. With a 41-33 record, the Brewers are currently tied for first place in the National League Central Division.
Jake Cousins Parents: Who Are Jake Cousins Parents?
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Jake Cousins’ parents are not known at the time of this writing. He seldom talks about them on any media platform he gets.