An outfielder with the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball, Stephen Edward Piscotty is a professional baseball player from the United States.
He was born in the United States on January 14th, 1991. (MLB). He used to play for the St. Louis Cardinals earlier in his career.
He was drafted first overall in the 2012 MLB draft by the St. Louis Cardinals after playing college baseball for Stanford.
A year after his first big league appearance, the Cardinals awarded him their Player of the Year, and he went on to have an excellent season.
The Cardinals agreed to trade him to the Athletics after the 2017 season ended. The Los Angeles Dodgers picked Stephen Piscotty in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft in the 45th round.
The Cardinals, his college baseball club at Stanford University, recruited him to play third base, pitcher, and outfield for the squad.
In 2012, he was named a preseason All-American before the start of the 2012 season. Stephen Piscotty is Michael and Gretchen’s eldest son.
Austin and Nicholas are his brothers. When he was young, his uncle took him to Stanford Cardinal baseball games on his birthday.
He was a lifelong A supporter. Piscotty pitched and played shortstop at Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton. In 2009, he was voted East Bay Athletic League MVP.
How Much Does Stephen Piscotty Make?
It comes out to a yearly average of $5,583,333 for him. In the year 2022, Piscotty’s total compensation will amount to $7,583,334, which includes his basic pay of $7,250,000.