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American Major League Baseball pitcher Paul Stanton Sewald was born on May 26, 1990, and plays for the Seattle Mariners. He had previously played for the New York Mets in the MLB. Sewald played college baseball for the San Diego Toreros while attending the University of San Diego.

Sewald was chosen by the New York Mets in the tenth round of the 2012 MLB Draft. He received a $1,000 signing bonus from them. Sewald signed with the Brooklyn Cyclones of the Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League, where he made his professional debut the following year. In 28.2 relief innings, he was 0-2 with a 1.88 ERA.

He made 35 bullpen appearances with the Savannah Sand Gnats of the Class A South Atlantic League in 2013, posting a 3-2 record and 1.77 ERA.

Sewald committed to a minor league deal with the Seattle Mariners on January 7, 2021. Sewald was chosen for the active roster on May 13, 2021. With the Mariners, Sewald had a breakout season in large part because to his better pitch use.

He was referred to as “a force” and “the biggest surprise star” of Seattle’s bullpen by Brandon Gustafson, who wrote for 710 ESPN Seattle. Sewald acknowledged that he had surpassed even his own expectations in an interview with the station. In 62 games and 64.2 innings, Sewald had a 10-3 record, and a 3.06 ERA, and he struck out 104 batters.

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Bishop Gorman High School, University of San Diego


1 yr/$1.74M (22)


1.91 m


Win-loss record 14–19
Earned run average 4.42
Strikeouts 298
Saves 26

Net Worth

$2 Million




94 kg