Jordan Balazovic finished the season with a record of 2-1 for Cedar Rapids with a 2.18 ERA in 4 games and 6-4 for the Fort Myers Miracle with a 2.84 ERA in 15 games.
Between the two trips, he recorded 129 strikeouts in 93 2/3 innings and had a WHIP of.98. He was tied for third among Twins farmhands in terms of victories and was also third in terms of strikeouts (behind Jhoan Duran and Bryan Sammons, both of whom had substantially lower strikeout rates per nine innings pitched).
In fact, he led all Twins minor leaguers who played a full season in strikeouts per nine innings. When he joined Team Canada for the 2019 Pan American Games, he had to miss some time with his family.
In his only start, which was against Cuba, he struggled mightily, going 3 2/3 innings and allowing five hits, four runs, a walk, and two homers (to Raul González and Yunior Ibarra), while striking out one batter.
Ryan Kellogg came in to relieve him with the game tied at 4-4, and Canada went on to win the game and finish with the Silver Medal. For Canada, only Ben Abram and Jasvir Rakkar had better earned run averages.
Jordan Balazovic Contract
Jordan Balazovic signed a contract with the Minnesota Twins that was worth $515,500 in 2016. He is currently in a contract with them.
Jordan Balazovic Salary
Jordan Balazovic’s salary in 2022 has not been listed by the Minnesota Twins, however, he was paid an amount of $515,500 as an average salary in 2016
Jordan Balazovic Net Worth
Jordan Balazovic has a net worth of $500,000