Tanner Houck Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Contract, Salary, Wiki (2022)

Tanner Houck Family

Tanner Houck is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Boston Red Sox know all about Tanner Houck Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife and More in this article.

Tanner Houck Wiki

Name Tanner Lee Houck
Birthdate ( Age) 29 June 1996
Place of Birth Collinsville, Illinois, United States
Nationality American
Marital Status  In Relationship
Spouse/Partner Abigail Lee
Children Not Yet
Parents Darrin Houck, Jennifer Houck
Education University of Missouri
Profession American professional baseball pitcher
Net Worth $ 3 Million 
Last Update 2022

Tanner Lee Houck is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB). He was drafted by the Red Sox with the 24th overall pick in the 2017 MLB draft. Listed at 6 feet 5 inches (1.96 m) and 230 pounds (100 kg), he throws and bats right-handed.

Tanner Houck Family, Parents

Tanner Lee Houck was born on 29th June 1996 in East st. Louis city of Illinois in the United States Of America. He was born to Mr. Darrin Houck and Mrs. Jennifer Houck.

Houck attended Collinsville High School in Collinsville, Illinois. He was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 12th round of the 2014 MLB draft, but did not sign and attended the University of Missouri to play college baseball.

Tanner Houck wife, Is Tanner Houck Married

Tanner Houck is not Married Yet. But he is in relationship with Girlfriend Abigail Lee. Both of them post many photoes on instagram together.

Tanner Houck Net Worth

Tanner Lee Houck is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Boston Red Sox has an estimated Net Worth around $3 Million in 2022.

Tanner Houck Contract and Salary

Tanner Houck current contract is a 1 year / $577,000 per year playing for the Boston Red Sox, including $577,000 guaranteed minimum salary, and a yearly basic salary of $577,000.

Professional Career

Houck was drafted by the Boston Red Sox with the 24th overall pick in the 2017 MLB draft. He signed on June 21, 2017, and was assigned to the Class A Short Season Lowell Spinners, where he spent the whole season, posting an 0–3 record with a 3.63 ERA in 22+1⁄3 innings pitched. In 2018, he played with the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox where he pitched to a 7–11 record with a 4.24 ERA in 23 starts.

In 2019, he began with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs,and was promoted to the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox on July 13.Overall during 2019, Houck was 8–6 with a 4.01 ERA and 107 strikeouts in 107+2⁄3 innings.Following the 2019 regular season, Houck made six starts for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League.

During the start-delayed 2020 MLB season, Houck won his MLB debut against the Miami Marlins on September 15, allowing two hits and no runs in five innings pitched while striking out seven batters.Those strikeouts resulted in Houck donating $700 to his charity, Pitch for Adoption, as before the game he had pledged to donate $100 for each strikeout.

While Houck was a freshman in high school, his family adopted a 4-year-old girl, which moved him to become a supporter for adoption.Houck became only the fourth player in Red Sox history to strikeout seven or more batters and not allow any runs in an MLB debut game.

In Houck’s second start, against the New York Yankees on September 20, he took a no hitter into the sixth inning, exiting the game after that inning having held the Yankees to one hit and one unearned run.

Overall with the 2020 Red Sox, Houck appeared in three games (all starts), compiling a 3–0 record with 0.53 ERA and 21 strikeouts in 17 innings pitched. Following the 2020 season, Houck was ranked by Baseball America as the Red Sox’ number eight prospect.

Houck began the 2021 season on Boston’s active roster; he lost one start and made one relief appearance before being optioned to the team’s alternate training site on April 7.He was recalled to start one game of a doubleheader against the Chicago White Sox on April 18, taking the loss.

Houck was again recalled by the Red Sox on July 16, earning his first major-league save that evening, pitching the final three innings of a 4–0 win over the Yankees in The Bronx. He was optioned to and recalled from the Triple-A Worcester Red Sox several times during July and August.