Who is Michael Brantley?
Michael Charles Brantley Jr. is an American professional baseball left fielder who currently plays for the Houston Astros in Major League Baseball. He was born on May 15, 1987, in the United States .
He was a former player for the Cleveland Indians and was known by his nickname, “Uncle Mike.” Mickey Brantley’s son is a former Major League Baseball player who currently works as a hitting instructor.
Brantley was chosen by the Milwaukee Brewers in the seventh round of the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft after he excelled at Central High School, which is located in Fort Pierce, Florida.
During the 2008 baseball season, Brantley was one of several prospects that were sent to the Indians in exchange for CC Sabathia. In 2009, he made his first appearance in Major League Baseball with the Indians.
Both the MLB All-Star Game and the Silver Slugger Award were bestowed upon Brantley in the same year (2014). After that, he was selected for a total of five All-Star Games during his career, including a streak of four in a row from 2017 to 2021.
His career total now stands at five All-Star selections.
What Nationality Is Brantley?
Michael Charles Brantley Jr. is a native of the United States of America and plays professional baseball. His birthplace is the city of Bellevue, which is located in the state of Washington, directly across Lake Washington from Seattle.
A wide grassy area, as well as gardens and a waterfall, can be found at Downtown Park.