What Is Jovani Moran Salary: How Much Does Jovani Moran Make?

Jovani Moran, a left-handed pitcher, was promoted to St. Paul on Friday by the Minnesota Twins from Double-A Wichita. Moran, the Twins’ 30th-ranked prospect, will make his Triple-A debut this season.



Moran, a 25-year-old relief pitcher, began the season with the Wichita Wind Surge of the Double-A Northwest League. In 37.2 innings, he was 2-1 and had an earned run average of 1.91.

Jovani Moran
Jovani Moran

From May 23 to June 16, he allowed just three hits in 13.2 innings of work, while not allowing a run.



During his 20 games with the Wind Surge, opponents hit just .112 against him. He is tied for eighth in the Double-A Central with 64 strikeouts, compared to just 14 walks.

While he spent the majority of the 2019 season at Double-A Pensacola, the Puerto Rico native made three appearances with the GCL Twins.

In his 20 appearances with the Blue Wahoos, he allowed a career-high 19 runs on 27 hits, all earned. He had a 2-2 record and a 4.54 ERA for the season.

With a 9-3 record and a 2.25 ERA in 37 games, the left-hander had a solid 2018 season. He has a career-high eight saves in 11 chances this season.

When he was promoted to Fort Myers, he had a 6-1 record in 15 games with the Miracle after playing 22 games with Cedar Rapids before that.

How Much Does Jovani Moran Make?

Jovani Moran earns an average of $700.000 a year. In 2022, Moran’s base pay will be $700,000.