Framber Valdez is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher who currently plays for the Houston Astros in Major League Baseball.
He was born on November 19, 1993, in the Dominican Republic (MLB). In 2015, Valdez became an Astro as an international free agent by signing with the team. He made his MLB debut in 2018.
Dominican Republic native Framber Valdez was born in the town of Palenque, which is located in the province of San Cristóbal. At the age of 16, he made his throwing debut.
On March 19, 2015, Valdez signed as an international free agent with the Houston Astros and received a $10,000 signing bonus.
Most amateur free agent signings from his own country were five years older than he was when he signed with an American team at age 21.
For the DSL Astros in 2015, Valdez had a 4.01 earned-run average over 36+2/3 innings of work. Greenville Astros, Tri-City Valley Cats, Quad Cities River Bandits, and Lancaster Jetsawks were among the teams he played for in 2016.
he participated in the Arizona Fall League with Mesa Solar Sox after the 2017 season. Starting pitcher Valdez made his major league debut against Los Angeles Angels two-way standout Shohei Ohtani on April 7, 2022.
Jeremy Pea’s throwing mistake allowed Mike Trout to reach after Valdez had pitched a shutout and retired 15 of the previous 16 batters. Against the Athletics at Oakland Coliseum on May 30, he threw his first nine-inning shutout.
How Much Does Framber Valdez Make?
He is compensated with a yearly salary of $3,000,000 on average. Valdez will be paid a base pay of $3,000,000 in 2022, with a total income of $3,000,000 being earned by the executive.