Before making it to the main leagues in 2020, Nabil Crismatt pitched for the Colombian national team.
The scouts for the New York Mets, Harold Herrera, Ismael Cruz, and Rafael Perez, signed Crismatt. At the age of 17, he made his professional debut with the 2012 DSL Mets 1 (3-0, 3.00 in 13 G) and DSL Mets 2 (1-0, 7.36 in 6 G).
He spent all of 2013 pitching for the DSL Mets 2, going 4-2 with 8 saves, and a 1.33 ERA, .89 WHIP, and 46 strikeouts in 40 2/3 innings.
When he moved to the United States in 2014, he pitched for the GCL Mets, with a 1-1, 2.25 record with two saves. He struck out 33 batters in 28 innings, which was the second-lowest opponent average in the Gulf Coast League.
He performed admirably as a starter for the 2015 Kingsport Mets (6-1, 2.90, 63 K in 62 IP, 1.03 WHIP).
He finished second in the Appalachian League in wins (one behind Adonis Rosa), seventh in ERA (between Dereck Rodriguez and Jhon Morban), third in strikeouts (4 behind Simon De la Rosa, 3 behind Nestor Cortes), third in WHIP (behind Cortes and Andro Cutura), and fourth in opponent average over four seasons, bringing his minor league record to 15-4, 2.60, with a WHIP under 1 and over a K per inning.
In 2015, he took a break from Kingsport to compete for the Colombian national team in the Pan American Games.
Nabil Crismatt Salary
Nabil Crismatt agreed to terms with the San Diego Padres on a one-year, $721,500 contract, with $721,500 guaranteed.
Nabil Crismatt Contract
Nabil Crismatt earns a yearly salary of $721,500. Crismatt will receive a base salary of $721,500 in 2022.
Nabil Crismatt Net Worth
Nabil Crismatt has a net worth estimation of $1 million to $5 million