Jeff Hoffman is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball (MLB). Hoffman was born on January 8, 1993, in Latham, New York, bats right and throws right for the Reds.
29-year-old Jeff Hoffman grew up as a baseball lover while in high school. He joined his high school, Shaker High School’s baseball team, and played as a pitcher.
As a rookie in his junior year, Hoffman pitched to a 7–0 win-loss record. Still playing in high school and in his senior year, he played his role as a pitcher when Shaker High School faced town rival Colonie High School to compete in the Section II Class AA title game in 2002.
The game saw Jeff pitch seven shutout innings, 101 pitches, and struck out 9. He defied all odds to be recognized by the college baseball programs in the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division I, as his fastball averaged 82–83 miles per hour (132–134 km/h).
American Amateur Baseball Congress’ Connie Mack Baseball invited Jeff Hoffman to play during the offseason to attract attention from college programs, where his fastball improved to 92 miles per hour (148 km/h).
Jeff Hoffman Children: Does Jeff Hoffman Have Kids?
Cincinnati Reds’ Jeff Hoffman and his adorable wife share a son named Riss who was born in March 2019. Currently, Riss Hoffman is 2 years old.