Travis Jankowski is an American professional baseball outfielder for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has played in MLB for the San Diego Padres, Cincinnati Reds, and Philadelphia Phillies.
In minor leagues, he played as a baseball outfielder for the San Diego Padres. Travis led the Seawolves to an underdog college world series becoming a first-round draft pick for the Padres.
After he moved on from Lancaster Catholic High School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Travis studied at Stony Brook University.
Joining the Brook Seawolves ball club, Jankowski got first-team All-America East Conference respects in the wake of hitting .355.
Still, in college, Travis set a record for stolen bases. Following his great play, Jankowski was called to play for the Bourne Braves.
He drove the Cape Cod Baseball League in hits, runs, and triples, winning the league’s most valuable player awards.
In driving the Seawolves to their very first College World Series appearance, Jankowski acquired First Team All-American and America East Player of the Year praises.
Travis Jankowski Parents: Meet Paul Jankowski And Kelly Jankowski
Travis Jankowski was born to Paul Jankowski and Kelly Jankowski. Travis’ father Paul Jankowski attended the Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he played college baseball as an outfielder.
His mother, Kelly Jankowski was a softball player.
Paul and Kelly gave birth to now-grown children; Tyler Jankowski, a baseball player and Mandy Jankowski.