American pitcher Robert William Stephenson plays for the Colorado Rockies of Major League Baseball (MLB). He was formerly a member of the Cincinnati Reds.When Stephenson was nine years old, he started pitching.
He graduated with a 4.2-grade point average from Alhambra High School in Martinez, California, where he was a student.
Two straight no-hitters were thrown by Stephenson to start his high school baseball team’s senior campaign. In 76+2/3 innings pitched, he concluded the season with an 8–2 win-loss record and a 1.19 ERA.
He had 142 strikeouts, only 23 walks, and 29 hits allowed. The North Coast Section Division III playoffs saw Alhambra advance to the second round.
The Gatorade California Baseball Player of the Year award went to Stephenson. He was ranked by Baseball America as the 12th best right-handed pitching prospect and the 25th top prospect overall in that year’s draft.
He received an invitation to the 2010 Aflac All-America Game, where he pitched two innings without allowing a run as the West Team’s opening pitcher.
Stephenson made a commitment to enroll at the University of Washington and play collegiate baseball for the Washington Huskies.
Robert Stephenson Contract
The Colorado Rockies and Robert Stephenson agreed to a one-year, $1,280,000 contract, with a $1,280,000 guarantee.
Robert Stephenson Salary
Robert Stephenson receives a yearly salary of $1,280,000 on average. Stephenson’s base pay for 2022 will be $1,280,000.
Robert Stephenson Net Worth
Robert Stephenson has a net worth estimation of $1 million