Due to the minor league season being postponed due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Nance did not participate in any games in 2020.
To start the 2021 season, he was transferred to Triple-A Iowa. At Principal Park in Des Moines, Iowa, on May 9, Nance pitched the fourth through sixth innings of a no-hitter against the Indianapolis Indians.
Shelby Miller came before him on the mound, and in three innings, he struck out five batters. Brad Wieck and Ryan Meisinger then came in to finish the no-hit game.
Nance was added to the 40-man roster on May 16 and first promoted to the main leagues after posting a 1.50 ERA in 3 games with Iowa. On May 17, Nance pitched a scoreless inning of relief to make his MLB debut.
Josh Harrison of the Washington Nationals, the first batter he faced, was struck out by him, giving him his first Major League strikeout of the contest.
Nance beat the St. Louis Cardinals on June 11 to win his first MLB game. Nance was added to the COVID-19 injury list on October 2.
The 30-year-old pitcher was 1-1 with a 7.22 ERA in 2021 for the Cubs. He pitched 28.2 innings in 27 games, giving up 23 earned runs. Nance was designated for assignment on March 25, 2022.
The Miami Marlins took Nance off waivers on March 27, 2022.
Tommy Nance Contract
Tommy Nance agreed to a one-year, $700,000 deal with the Chicago Cubs, with a guaranteed $700,000.
Tommy Nance Salary
Tommy Nance receives a $700,000 yearly pay on average. Nance will receive a base salary of $700,000 in 2022.
Tommy Nance Net Worth
Tommy Nance has a net worth estimation of $1 million to $5 million