On June 16, he fractured his non-throwing hand by smashing a piece of wooden furniture after giving up 8 runs in 3.2 innings against the Rangers.
He made eight starts, going 4–3 with a 3.21 earned run average, striking out 37 in 42 innings. When Drew Pomeranz went on the injured list, Brad Mills stepped in to fill the void.
In a game against the Houston Astros on August 27, he was called up from Sacramento River Cats. The next day, he was optioned to the Beloit Snappers.
Oakland Athletics pitcher Drew Pomeranz had a career-low 2.35 earned run average in his debut season with the team.
While starting nine games for the Oakland A’s in 2015, Pomeranz was moved to the bullpen.
However, Pomeranz concluded the season with a career-high ERA of 3.50, pitching in 53 games, getting three saves, and covering 86 innings.
San Diego Padres acquired Marc Rzepczynski and Yonder Alonso from the Oakland Athletics on December 2, 2015, in exchange for Drew Pomeranz, José Torres, and a player to be named or cash considerations.
To get a chance to start, Pomeranz approached Padres’ manager Andy Green. After earning a 2.47 ERA and leading the NL with a.184 batting average against in the first half, Pomeranz was selected to play in the 2016 MLB All-Star Game.
How Much Does Drew Pomeranz Make?
Drew Pomeranz gets paid an average of $8,500,000 per year. Pomeranz’s base salary in 2022 will be $8,000,000