Lucas Luetge Height: How Tall Is Lucas Luetge?

As a LOOGY, the Texan debuted in the big leagues. On April 7, 2012, with an 8-4 lead against the Oakland Athletics and two runners on base and one out, he relieved Félix Hernández in the 7th inning with two men on base and one out.

He struck out Josh Reddick on three pitches before being replaced by Steve Delabar, who then allowed Yoenis Céspedes to hit a three-run homer.

He was one of six pitchers that combined for a no-hitter against the Los Angeles Dodgers in an interleague game on June 8th, setting a new record.

After Stephen Pryor walked the first two batters in the top of the eighth inning, with the Mariners leading 1-0, he came into the game in a tight situation.

The only hitter Lucas faced, James Loney, hit a sacrifice bunt, putting both runners in scoring position. Brandon League took his place and rescued his team while keeping the no-hitter intact.

On July 30th, he earned his first career save by tossing a third of an inning in a 4-1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays; regular closer Tom Wilhelmsen was by his wife’s side, expecting their first child on the same day.

In 63 games as a rookie, he pitched 40 2/3 innings and was 2-2 with a 3.98 ERA and two saves. He walked 24 batters while striking out 38.

How Tall Is Lucas Luetge?

Lucas Luetge stands at a  height of 1.96 m.