How Tall Is Tyler O’Neill?
Tyler O’Neill’s height is 1.8 m
Tyler O’Neill’s MLB Career
Third-round pick O’Neill was drafted by Seattle Mariners in 2013. Following his signing, he was assigned to the Mariners’ Arizona League affiliate, where he made his professional baseball debut with the Mariners.
Only 51 games were played between the Arizona League Mariners, Everett AquaSox, and Clinton LumberKings in 2014 because of a broken bone in his right hand that he sustained after punching a concrete wall in the outfield.
In 2015, he played for the Bakersfield Blaze and hit .260 with 32 home runs and 87 RBIs. At the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, O’Neill represented Canada.
He also competed in the 2015 World Baseball Softball Championship Premier12. Canada beat the United States 7–6 in extra innings to win the gold medal in the 2015 Pan American Games final.
He batted .293 with 24 home runs and 102 RBIs for the Jackson Generals of the Southern League in 2016.
After posting an 84–55 record in the Southern League, Jackson was named the league’s Most Valuable Player (MVP).
With three home runs and eight RBIs in seven playoff games, he hit.448, which was a career high. The Tacoma Rainers of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League were his first stop in 2017. (PCL).
A trade for pitcher Marco Gonzales on July 21, 2017, led to the St. Louis Cardinals signing O’Neill and assigning him to Memphis Redbirds of the PCL.
Over the course of 130 games with the Tacoma Mariners and the Memphis Redbirds in 2017, O’Neill batted a combined.246 with 31 home runs and 95 RBIs.
For O’Neill to win two consecutive minor league titles with two different organizations at two different levels, the Redbirds needed just five games to defeat El Paso’s Chihuahuas to claim the 2017 PCL title.
After the season, the Cardinals added him to their 40-man roster in an effort to keep him out of the Rule 5 Draft.