Jonathan Bowlan is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Kansas City Royals in Major League Baseball (MLB). 6-foot-6 and 240 pounds, Bowlan stands out as a formidable pitcher.
It improves the play of his 95 mph fastball, slider, and changeup. Right-handed and left-handed hitters alike can rely on his exquisite control.
A second-round pick of the Royals in 2018, Bowlan made a strong first impression with Double-A Northwest Arkansas last year and appeared to be headed for the Majors sooner rather than later.
This season, he had pitched 16 1/3 innings and surrendered only three runs while striking out 23 batters. A pull in his elbow forced him to leave Springfield’s game after just two outs in his fourth start. He was slated for Tommy John’s surgery in Kansas City a week later.
Jonathan Bowlan Parents: Who Are Jonathan Bowlan Parents?
Jonathan Bowlan’s parents are Connie Bowlan and Mark Bowlan. His father, Mark Bowlan was a baseball player and also pitched at Memphis. The Cardinals selected him in the 39th round of the 1989 Draft.
When the Royals selected Jonathan with the 58th overall choice in the draft, Mark became the second-highest-drafted Tigers player in school history.