As a starter, he appeared in 21 games for the Longhorns in 2015. There were no starts for him from August through September, and he only pitched four innings of relief in September.
He compiled a record of 7-7, 3.96 in 125 innings pitched this season. There were 13 hits batsmen for him, and his K/W ratio was 77/46, which was better than his rookie figure of 77/55, but it was still ordinary.
When the Rangers unexpectedly won their division, Martinez did not play in the playoffs.
There were no major contributions from Nick, who had a record of 2-3 with a 5.59 ERA in 12 appearances and 38 2/3 innings of work in the division-winning effort in 2016.
He had a much stronger season with the AAA Pacific Coast League’s Round Rock Express, going 7-6, 3.91 in 18 appearances (16 starts).
He made his return to the starting rotation in 2017, but it wasn’t until his sixth start, on May 19th, that he recorded his first win of the season, his first since August of 2015.
A winning streak of ten games was also achieved. He returned to the majors in 2022 as a starter for the San Diego Padres after a three-year absence. Nippon Professional Baseball was his temporary home during this time.
Does Nick Martinez Have Any Kids?
Nick Martinez does not have a child as of now but his wife Kimberly is currently pregnant.