From 2016 through 2018, Adam Oller pitched with the Pittsburgh Pirates, with limited success (his ERA was 6.29 in 29 games in 2018), before signing as a free agent with the San Francisco Giants in 2019.
Adam Oller began the year in the Frontier League with the Windy City ThunderBolts. He went 5-6, 4.02 in 17 starts for the Augusta GreenJackets that season, and the New York Mets claimed him in the AAA phase of the 2019 Rule V Draft in December.
After being forced to miss the whole 2020 season due to the Coronavirus outbreak, he eventually found some success in the minor leagues.
After missing the season, Adam Oller paid in the Australian Baseball League with the Sydney Blue Sox to gain some game time.
He was an organizational All-Star for the Mets in 2021, pitching for the AA Binghamton Rumble Ponies and AAA Syracuse Mets, combining for a 9-4, 3.45 ERA in 23 starts with 138 strikeouts in 120 innings.
He was dealt to the Athletics with J.T. Ginn on March 12, 2022, right before spring training began, in exchange for Chris Bassitt.
Joshua Oller, Oller’s older brother, is a Colby Community College assistant coach.
Adam Oller Salary
Adam Oller has a salary that is approximately $700.000 per year on average. The New York Mets signed Adam Oller to a one-year, $700,000 deal