John Means is a professional baseball pitcher who attended Gardner Edgerton high school in Gardner, Kansas. He played for the school’s team but wasn’t recruited by any NCAA Division I college baseball program.
The Atlanta Braves chose him inside the 46th round of the 2011 MLB draft.
He planned to sign with the Braves yet was harmed when a Braves scout visited him, and consequently, the scout suggested he go to school.
Means enlisted at Fort Scott school and played baseball at the lesser school level for one year before he moved to West Virginia University to play for the West Virginia Mountaineers.
In 2013, he played university summer baseball with the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Association.
The Orioles promoted Means to the main leagues on September 24, 2018. Means was named to the team’s Opening Day roster for the 2019 season.
John Means Contract
John Means’ contract details have not been made available but he currently plays position Starting Pitcher for Baltimore Orioles in Major League Baseball, the senior baseball league in the United States.
John Means Salary
John Means now reportedly takes home an annual average salary of $3.1 million as a professional baseball pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles.
John Means Net Worth
John Means has an estimated net worth of around $1 to $5 million.