Kyle Grant Isbel is a Kansas City Royals professional baseball center field player who was born on March 3, 1997, in Fontana, California in the United States. He is known to have made his Major league debut in the year 2021. Kyle was born to parents Grant Isbel and Brenda Isbel.
His Amateur days outline that, he is a product of Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Over there he played baseball. As a junior in High School, he recorded a hit amount of .347. He featured in college baseball at the University Of Nevada-Las Vegas.
He is known to enroll at UNLV where he was undrafted in the year 2015. He recorded as a freshman a hit. 319 with a home run and RBIs of 28 over a number of 56 games, which fetched him the Mountain West Conference co-Freshman of the Year.
Still, in his Amateur days, Isbel also played in the Cape Cod Baseball League where he was with the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox. He earned the name as the league’s All-Star.
Kyle was drafted in the third round of the 2018 MLB draft by the City Royals. He began his professional career with the Idaho Falls Chukars before signing with the Royals. He was added to the 40-man roster in April.
Who Are Kyle Isbel Parents?
Kyle Isbel’s parents are Grant Isbel and Brenda Isbel. His parents have been a great influence and support throughout his career. Unfortunately, there is not much information about them in the spotlight.