On June 2, 2022, Peter Strzelecki made his debut with the Milwaukee Brewers, throwing in relief against the San Diego Padres.
He pitched two innings in relief of Adrian Houser and Brent Suter, surrendering one run on two hits and two walks, but was credited with Milwaukee’s 5-4 victory when the Brewers rallied for four runs in the bottom of the ninth, highlighted by a bases-loaded triple by Jace Peterson and a game-ending single by Andrew McCutchen.
Strzelecki, who did not enter the draft after graduating from the University of South Florida, signed with the Brewers on June 17, 2018.
Born in Queens, New York, he was raised in South Florida. He was a starter in college but has been employed exclusively in relief since entering the professional ranks.
While he had few decisions and average ERAs in the minors, he distinguished himself with outstanding strikeout rates, averaging over one K per inning in every season prior to his debut with Milwaukee.
Joe Strzelecki, his brother, pitched for the Miami Marlins for one season.
Peter Strzelecki Contract
The Milwaukee Brewers and Peter Strzelecki agreed to a one-year, $700,000 deal, including a guaranteed $700,000.
Peter Strzelecki Salary
Peter Strzelecki earns an average of $700.000 a year. Strzelecki will earn a basic salary of $700.000 in 2022.
Peter Strzelecki Net Worth
Peter Strzelecki has a net worth estimation of $500,000