Will Smith Height: How Tall Is Will Smith?

Will Smith’s MLB Career with the Dodgers

Despite starting the year with Oklahoma City, Smith was promoted to the big leagues on May 27, 2019.

Against the New York Mets on the following day, he made his main league debut as the starting catcher and had two hits in four at-bats.

Steven Matz singled in the second inning to give him his first major league hit. Against Héctor Neris of the Philadelphia Phillies on June 1, 2019, Smith hit his first MLB home run.

In the bottom of the ninth inning, Smith blasted a three-run walk-off home run against the Colorado Rockies on June 23, 2019.

A rookie walk-off home run gave the Dodgers their third straight victory, tying an MLB record.

After spending a month in the minors, he was selected to play on the Triple-A All-Star team of the Pacific Coast League.

He slugged.268 with 20 home runs and 54 RBI in 62 games for the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2019.

To take Austin Barnes’ spot as the regular catcher in Los Angeles, Smith was brought up to the major leagues once more on July 26.

The next day, Smith went 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles, and six RBI against the Washington Nationals, the most by a Dodger rookie since James Loney in 2006.

In his first 23 games, he passed Cody Bellinger for the most RBI and home runs in franchise history with 26 and nine, respectively.

He slugged .253/.337/.571 with 15 home runs and 42 RBIs in 54 games this year. This season, he recorded one hit in 13 at-bats against the Nats in the NLDS (NLDS).

How Tall Is Will Smith?

Will Smith stands at a height of 1.78 m