Michael Wacha is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Wacha attended Pleasant Grove High School in Texarkana, Texas, where he played for the school’s baseball and basketball teams.
As a b-ball player, he lettered three years as a forward and was regarded in the main group all-locale while heading to propelling his school to the local finals during his senior year.
In his lesser baseball season, Wacha posted a 16-3 W-L record, throwing the Hawks to the state finals.
As a senior, he drove the Hawks to the state semi-finals in his senior year in 2009 with a 6-3 win-misfortune record (W-L record).
Wacha was a double-cross all-state choice; he was chosen to the all-state first-group and all-state competition group.
Dominating scholastically, Wacha was an individual from the National Honor Society; in b-ball, Wacha procured first-group scholarly all-state praises.
As an enrollee at Texas A&M University, Wacha played three years of school baseball for the Texas A&M Aggies.
Now, Wacha stood 6′ 5″ tall, weighed 180 pounds (82 kg), and tossed his fastball with a speed between 84 miles each hour (135 km/h) and 88 miles each hour (142 km/h).
Sarah Hoffman and Michael Wacha’s Wedding
Michael Wacha and his wife, Sarah, married in November 2020 in St. Louis Missouri, Meadowbrook Country Club 200 Meadowbrook Country Club Estates Dr., Ballwin, Missouri, 63011.
They reside in Jupiter, Florida.
Michael Wacha Parents: Meet Tom Wacha and Karen Wacha
The only known information on Michael’s parents is their names which is Tom Wacha, his father, and Karen Wacha, his mother.
Both parents were a part of his life and supported him throughout his career.