Meet Aaron Nola, a professional baseball pitcher who pitches for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball. Nola was born on June 4, 1993. Nola was born in Baton Rouge Louisiana. He is known to have played baseball alongside his brother Austin who happens to be the eldest. Nola’s salary concerns dawns down to the fact that since 2019 he earns 4 million dollars.
Nola was first drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the year 2011. He attended the Louisiana State University where he was known to have shared the same room with the likes of Major League Baseball infielder Alex Bergman. Nola according to the records was named as the SEC pitcher of the year. He also won the National Pitcher of the year award In the year 2014.
The Phillies took Nola in the seventh round of the draft in the year 2014. He signed with the team around June 2014. It will interest you to know that he became the first Phillies pitcher to make his first major league appearance the season after he was drafted since the likes of Pat Combs. He was also the longest pitcher to record such a streak since Steve Carlton opened ten seasons in a row.
How Much Does Aaron Nola Make?
Aaron Nola makes a basic salary of $11,750,000 in 2022. Since 2019 his salary has been increasing.