In Major League Baseball, Clayton Walter Holmes is a Major League Baseball pitcher with the New York Yankees.
Holmes was born on the 27th of March, 1993, in New York City, New York (MLB). As a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates organization in 2018, he made his Major League Baseball debut.
The Pittsburgh Pirates selected Nick Holmes in the ninth round of the 2011 Major League Baseball draft.
During the 2012 season, he made his big league debut with the State College Spikes, where he went 5-3 with a 2.28 earned-run average in 13 starts.
After Tommy John’s surgery in 2014, he missed the whole season. He was promoted to the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 40-man roster after pitching for the Indianapolis Indians and Altoona Curve in 2017.
A deal between the Pittsburgh Pirates, the New York Yankees, and Diego Castillo and Hoy Park was finalized on July 26, 2021. On the day of the trade, the agreement was completed.
During his first 28 innings with his new team, he struck out 34 batters and had a WHIP of 0.79. He would have an earned run average of 1.61. Towards the end of the campaign’s run,
As a result of his 70 innings of work, Holmes finished with an earned run average of 3.60, a walk-to-hit ratio of 1.17, and an outing total of 78 strikeouts.
How Much Does Clay Holmes Make?
His annual compensation is around $1,100,000 on average. In the year 2022, Holmes will receive a total compensation of $1,100,000, including a basic pay of $1,100,000 for that year.