American professional baseball pitcher, Aaron Michael Nola was born on June 4, 1993, in Baton Rogue, Louisiana in the United States of America.
|Name:||Aaron Michael Nola|
|Wife:||Hunter Jayde Harrington|
|Date of Birth:||June 4, 1993|
|Net Worth:||$1 million – $5 million|
Aaron Nola Nationality
Nola was born in Baton Rogue, Louisiana in the United States of America. He is an American.
Aaron Nola Age
Nola was born on June 4, 1993, hence he is currently 30 years of age.
Aaron Nola Height and Weight
Nola stands at a height of 1.85m tall and weighs 91kg. His body measurement gives him a great advantage on the field.
Aaron Nola Family and Siblings
Nola was born to Stacie Nola and A.J Nola. He has an older brother named Austin who catches for San Diego Padres.
Aaron Nola Education
Nola attended the Catholic High School in Baton Rogue. He furthered at the Louisiana State University.
Aaron Nola Career
Nola played baseball alongside his older brother Austin. His father A. J. served as Nola’s Little League coach until high school.
Nola spent three years playing varsity baseball for Catholic High School in Baton Rouge, including two trips to the state playoffs, after having a difficult first season due to stress fractures in his back. The Louisiana Sports Writers Association named Nola the state’s “Mr. Baseball” at the conclusion of his senior year in 2011.
He was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 2011 draft, but he chose to attend Louisiana State University (LSU), where he shared a room with Alex Bregman, a future MLB infielder.
In his three seasons as a weekend starter for the LSU Tigers, Nola won the National Pitcher of the Year Award in 2014 and was twice voted the SEC Pitcher of the Year. With the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod Baseball League, he also participated in collegiate summer baseball.
Nola was taken by the Phillies with the seventh overall pick in the 2014 MLB Draft, and he signed a contract with them in June.
He progressed through the Phillies’ farm system in the 2014 and 2015 seasons, becoming the first pitcher since Pat Combs in 1989 to make his major league debut the season after being selected.
Nola did well in his first full season with the Phillies in 2016, but he was forced to leave the game early because of an elbow issue. To surpass Curt Schilling’s 1996 mark of the most strikeouts by a Phillies pitcher with fewer than 30 starts in a season, he came back in 2017.
The next year, he went down in franchise history as the fourth pitcher with at least 200 strikeouts in a season. Since 2018, Nola has started each Opening Day game for the Phillies and is regarded as the team’s ace.
Nola started for the Phillies in games one and four of the 2022 World Series. Even though Nola only pitched for 5 innings and allowed 5 runs, including two home runs to Kyle Tucker, the Phillies were able to tie the game and went on to win it in the 10th inning thanks to J. T. Realmuto’s game-winning home run.
Nola, however, was the losing pitcher in Game 4 of the World Series, which the Phillies ultimately lost in six games. In that game, Nola held the Astros scoreless for four innings before loading the bases in the fifth inning and being removed. As a result of Jose Alvarado’s poor performance, the Astros then scored five runs in that inning.
The Phillies activated their $16 million club option on Nola for the 2023 season on November 7, 2022, and it is anticipated that they will keep Nola for at least one more season.
Aaron Nola Wife
Nola is married to a lady named Hunter Jayde Harrington. They got married on December 31, 2022.
Aaron Nola Children
Nola has no children.
Aaron Nola Religion
Nola is an evangelical Christian according to online sources.
Aaron Nola Net Worth
Nola has a net worth estimated to be around $1 million to $5 million as of September 2023.