Roenis Elías Children: Does Roenis Elías Have Any Kids?

Roenis Elias (born August 1, 1988) is a Cuban left-handed Major League Baseball pitcher for the Seattle Mariners (MLB). In 2014, he made his MLB debut. He formerly played for the Boston Red Sox and the Washington Nationals in Major League Baseball.



Elias pitched in the Cuban National Series for Guantánamo for two seasons. He threw 31 innings in 18 games (one start) in 2008–09, amassing a 2–3 record with a 7.84 earned run average (ERA). He had a 7.14 ERA and a 5–7 record in 2009–10, tossing 63 innings in 21 games (17 starts).

The Mariners traded Elias and Hunter Strickland to the Washington Nationals on July 31, 2019, in exchange for Aaron Fletcher, Taylor Guilbeau, and Elvis Alvarado.



In 2019 he pitched three innings for the Nationals. Between the Mariners and the Nationals combined in 2019, he was 4-2 with 14 saves and a 3.96 ERA, as in 48 relief appearances he pitched 50.0 innings.

The Nationals finished the 2019 year with a 93-69 record, clinching the wild card, and eventually won the World Series over the Astros. Elias was not part of the Nationals’ postseason run, but still won his first world championship. Elias was outrighted off of the Nationals 40-man roster on October 9, 2020, and elected free agency the next day.

On January 7, 2021, Elias signed a minor league contract with the Seattle Mariners organization. On March 16, 2021, it was announced that Elias had suffered a torn ulnar collateral ligament that required Tommy John surgery and cause him to miss the 2021 season. On March 26, 2021, Elias was released by the Mariners. On April 1, 2021, Elias re-signed with the Mariners on a new minor league contract.

There are no details about whether he has children or not. He may be may or may not have children. There are also no rumors about his children.