Logan Webb went to Rocklin High School in Rocklin, California, where he had a 0.49 ERA, struck out 73 hitters in 57.2 innings, threw a 96 mph fastball, and was named Bee All-Metro and Cal-Hi Sports All-State in his senior year.
Webb was 11–3 with a 3.03 ERA in the 2021 regular season. He struck out 158 batters in 148+13 innings pitched in 27 games (26 starts), averaging 7.8 hits, 2.2 walks, and 9.6 strikeouts per 9 innings.
His annual compensation was $583,000. Webb took the mound in the last game of the season, with the Giants holding a one-game lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League West. In an 11–4 triumph, he threw seven innings and hit his first professional home run.
It was the last home run hit by a pitcher until the National League’s full-time introduction of the designated hitter in 2022.
He threw 14+23 innings in the playoffs, allowing one run and one walk while striking out 17 hitters. Webb joined Madison Bumgarner (2014) and Tim Lincecum (2010) as the third pitcher in team history to pitch 7+23 innings, allowing no runs, and strike out at least 10 hitters in a postseason game.
He joined Bumgarner, Christy Mathewson, Ryan Vogelsong, and Jack Sanford as the only pitchers in team history with multiple outings of seven innings and one earned run or fewer in a single postseason series in Game 5.
How Much Does Logan Webb Make?
Logan currently earns $730,000 per year.