Where Is Brent Rooker Now?

Brent Rooker is a professional baseball outfielder. For Team USA in the 2019 Premier 12, Rooker was a regular left fielder and hit.300/.333/.800 with three home runs in 20 at-bats.



A two-run homer off Dutch national team pitcher Jim Ploeger set the tone, and he added another off South Korean reliever Hyeon-jong Yang to account for the lone run for the United States in an 8-1 defeat.

Brent Rooker
Brent Rooker

Then, in a game against Taiwan that the United States desperately needed to win, he came through with a game-winning home run off Sheng-Feng Wu with Erik Kratz at the plate.



The MVP, Jo Adell, Jonathan Jones, and Matt Clark all tied him for the tournament high in slugging percentage. He was selected as the DH for the All-Star game.

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, there was no minor league season in 2020. When Max Kepler was injured in early September, he was called up.

He got hit by a Matthew Boyd pitch and then lined out in the fourth inning of his MLB debut on September 4th against the Detroit Tigers.

Where Is Brent Rooker Now?

Brent Rooker currently plies his trade with the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB). His position on field is an outfielder.