Jon Thomas Chargois was born on December 3, 1990, and is a Major League Baseball pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB).
In Major League Baseball, he has previously played for the Minnesota Twins, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Seattle Mariners. He has also played for the Nippon Professional Baseball team Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles (NPB).
JT Chargois Nationality:
JT Chargois is an American Citizen.
Where is JT Chargois From?
JT Chargois was born in Sulphur, Louisiana, United States.
A native of Sulphur, Louisiana, Chargois attended Sulphur High School. In 2009, his senior year, he was named to the All-State team.
His next stop was Rice University, where he played college baseball as a first baseman and pitcher for the Rice Owls baseball team.
As a member of the Gold Panners of Fairbanks in the Alaska League in 2010, Chargois was a participant in the famed Midnight Sun Game, which took place in June.
The Brewster Whitecaps of the Cape Cod Baseball League was his summer baseball team in 2011, and he was named to the league’s all-star team after his outstanding performance.
A 4–1 win-loss record and 2.15 earned run average (ERA) in 37+23 relief innings pitched, as well as batting, helped him earn All-American honors in 2012. Three hundred and twenty-three points in fifty-one games