Who Drafted Connor Joe?

A professional baseball first baseman and outfielder for the Colorado Rockies of Major League Baseball, Connor Kok-Wy Joe was born on August 16, 1992, in the United States of America. The San Francisco Giants were his former MLB team.

It is Mee-Sun and Peter Joe who are Joe’s parents. His ancestry is Chinese. The families of his father and mother both immigrated from China, moving to Connecticut and New York, respectively.

After getting hitched, his parents relocated to the San Diego enclave of Poway, California. In San Diego, his family maintained two dining establishments.



Living in Arizona is Joe and his wife Kylie.

Joe made a recovery announcement on March 18, 2020, after announcing that he had undergone surgery for testicular cancer. As of July 20, 2020, he was cancer-free.

Joe and the Colorado Rockies organization reached a minor league agreement on November 20, 2020. Joe was chosen for the roster and added on May 7, 2021.

Joe, who doubled as a left fielder and first baseman, hit.285 throughout the course of 63 games, driving in 35 runs and hitting eight home runs.

Who Drafted Connor Joe?

The Pittsburgh Pirates

Joe Connor was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pittsburgh Pirates selected Joe with the 39th overall pick in the first round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft.

With the West Virginia Power, Joe made his professional debut in 2015, batting.245/.366/.303 for the season. He played 107 games with the Bradenton Marauders in High-A in 2016, slashing.277/.351/392 in that time.

He participated in the Arizona Fall League following the 2016 season. To start the 2017 campaign, Joe was sent to the Double-A Altoona Curve.