Sam Hentges is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Cleveland Guardians of Major League Baseball (MLB). He made his MLB debut in 2021.
He came back in 2017 and played with the Arizona League Indians and the Mahoning Valley, making a total of 11 starts during which he had a record of 0–4 with a 3.23 earned run average.
Hentges pitched for the Lynchburg Hillcats in 2018, making 23 starts and compiling a 6–6 record with a 3.27 earned run average (ERA).
After the conclusion of the 2018 campaign, the Indians included Hentges on their 40-man roster. He started the year 2019 playing with the Akron RubberDucks.
The pandemic that prompted the cancellation of the minor league season in 2020 was COVID-19. As a result, he did not participate in any minor league games that year.
Hentges made his debut in the big leagues on April 17, 2021, after having been elevated to that level of competition.
On April 20, he made his debut in the Major League Baseball, pitching one inning and allowing one run while playing against the Chicago White Sox.
Sam Hentges Parents: Meet Mark and Sally Hentges
Professional baseball player Sam Hentges was born to his parents Mark Hentges (father) and Sally Hentgess (mother).
He became interested in sports since his father, Mark, was a professional baseball player. Sam has kept his parents’ identities a closely guarded secret so far, preferring to maintain it that way.