What Is Sonny Gray Salary: How Much Does Sonny Gray Make?

Sonny Gray is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played for the Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, and Cincinnati Reds.



As a collegiate freshman, Gray was 5-1 with a 4.30 ERA, 5 saves, and 5 wins. That summer, he pitched for Team USA and went 3-1 with a 0.75 ERA and a.139 opponent average. The team did not participate in any major international events, however.

Sonny Gray
Sonny Gray

While he walked 48 batters and struck out 113 in 108 2/3 innings, the sophomore was 10-5 with a 3.48 ERA in 2010. When it came to whiffs he was tied for second in the Southeastern Conference and 22nd overall in NCAA Division 1.



In 24 innings, he had a 0.38 ERA while going 3-0 with 37 strikeouts and four walks. As the third Vanderbilt southpaw in five years to win Baseball America’s Summer Player of the Year award, he joins David Price (2006) and Mike Minor (2007) in that distinction (2008).

He fanned 14 in a one-hit, no-walk, 69-pitch, five-inning complete game shutout of Sri Lanka in the 2010 World University Championship (a mercy-rule contest).

His seven-inning outing against Japan in the semifinals saw him allow just two runs (one earned) while striking out seven. In a tournament conducted in Tokyo, he defeated the highly regarded Yuki Saito.

What Is Sonny Gray Salary: How Much Does Sonny Gray Make?

Sonny Gray takes home an annual average salary of $30,500,000 as a professional baseball pitcher for the Minnesota Twins.