Kieboom was selected as a Carolina League All-Star while playing for the High-A Potomac Nationals in 2018, one of six Potomac players to get the distinction.
He went 3-for-5 with a home run in the All-Star Game.
Following the All-Star Game, he was promoted to the Class-AA Harrisburg Senators, where he homered against Baltimore Orioles prospect Keegan Akin in his debut game at the higher level on June 21, 2018.
He was one of two Nationals minor league players picked to play in the All-Star Futures Game at Nationals Park in 2018, along with Dominican-raised infielder Luis Garcia for Team World.
Kieboom started the 2019 season with the Fresno Grizzlies of the Pacific Coast League’s Class AAA division.
Kieboom’s contract was acquired by the Nationals on April 26, 2019, and he was promoted to the major league roster for a series against the San Diego Padres.
That night, he made his major league debut and hit his first home run.
Kieboom has been named to the Futures Game for 2019.
Kieboom had a.128 batting average and two home runs in 11 games with the Nationals. The Nationals went 93-69 in 2019, clinching a wild card slot and eventually defeating the Houston Astros in the World Series.
Despite the fact that Kieboom did not compete in the postseason, he won his first world championship.
Following the retirement of veteran third baseman Anthony Rendon at the end of the 2019 season, Nationals manager Dave Martinez said in January 2020 that Kieboom will switch to third base full-time, with the goal of replacing Rendon permanently in the 2020 season.
Kieboom appeared in 33 games for the Nationals in 2020, batting .202/.344/.212 with no home runs and 9 RBI before having his season cut short due to a left wrist strain.
How Much Does Carter Kieboom Make?
Kieboom is paid an average of $713,400 per year. Kieboom’s base pay will be $713,400 in 2022.