Tyler Duffey is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball (MLB). In 2017, Duffey transitioned from starting pitcher to relief pitcher exclusively after being reassigned to the bullpen. He participated in 56 games and finished with a record of 2–3 and a 4.94 earned run average (ERA).
In 2018, he was included on the Twins roster doing the same function. After making just 19 plate appearances for the Twins, he was sent to AAA on various occasions during the course of the season.
In 2019, Duffey pitched in 58 games as a reliever and posted an earned run average of 2.50 while performing well in the job. He was converted into a reliever for the 2019 season.
Duffey made a total of 22 appearances while playing for the 2020 Minnesota Twins, compiling a record of 1-1 with an earned run average of 1.88 and 31 strikeouts in 24.0 innings pitched.
After throwing at Chicago White Sox catcher Yermn Mercedes during a game on May 18, 2021, Duffey was given a two-game suspension, which took effect on May 20, 2021.
Tyler Duffey Contract
Tyler Duffey signed a 1 year / $3,800,000 contract with the Minnesota Twins, including $3,800,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $3,800,000. In 2022, Duffey will earn a base salary of $3,800,000, while carrying a total salary of $3,800,000.
Tyler Duffey Salary
Tyler Duffey takes home an annual average salary of $3,800,000 as a professional baseball pitcher.
Tyler Duffey Net Worth
Tyler Duffey has an estimated net worth of $1 million.