Trevor Joseph May was born on September 23, 1989, he is a Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher for the New York Mets and a part-owner of the FCF Zappers Indoor Football franchise. He was previously with the Minnesota Twins.
Kelso High School in Kelso, Washington was May’s alma mater. He led the Hilanders to a 25–2 win-loss record and a second-place finish in the 3A Washington Interscholastic Activities Association baseball tournament in his senior year.
He had agreed to play for the University of Washington after signing a letter of intent. The Washington State Baseball Coaches Association selected May 3A State Player of the Year. He graduated as class valedictorian in 2008.
On December 6, 2012, he and Alex Meyer were dealt with the Minnesota Twins in exchange for Denard Span. May was named to the 2014 All-Star Futures Game, however, he had to withdraw due to an injury.
On August 9, 2014, May made his major league debut against the Oakland Athletics. He had been pitching well for the Rochester Red Wings of the Class AAA International League, but he only lasted two innings, throwing 28 of 63 pitches for strikes, walking seven batters, surrendering four earned runs, and striking out none.
May earned his first big league victory on September 3, 2014, as the Twins defeated the Chicago White Sox 11–4 at home. He struck out six batters in 5.1 innings of work, yielding six hits and three earned runs while striking out six.
How Much Does Trevor May Make?
Trevor May currently earns a salary of $7,750,000 per year.