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|Full Name||Jack Flaherty|
|Happy Birthday||October 15|
|Birth Place||United States|
|Date of Birth||October 15, 1995|
|Age (as 2020)||24 years old|
|Estimated Net Worth|
|Estimated Salary||Not Known|
|Marital Status||Update Soon|
|Body Measurements||Update Soon|
Jack Flaherty is a well-known Baseball Player. He was born on October 15 in United States. According to our own Metrics, Jack is one of the successful Baseball Player. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on October 15, 1995. Jack is one of the Richest Baseball Player who was born in United States.
On March 25, 2018, the Cardinals announced that Flaherty had made the Opening Day roster in place of the injured Adam Wainwright. He was optioned back to Memphis on April 4 once Wainwright was activated. He was recalled and optioned back once more before taking Wainwright’s spot in the rotation in May when he was placed on the 60-day disabled list.
Early Life & Family
Upon the Cardinals signing Matt Wieters, Flaherty switched his uniform number from 32 to 22 to accommodate the Wieters signing. Flaherty entered the second half of the season with an ERA of 4.64. Following the All-Star break, he yielded a 0.91 ERA, the third-lowest in major league history, behind only Bob Gibson and Jake Arrieta. Flaherty was named the National League Pitcher of the Month for August after going 5-1 with a 0.71 ERA, and he again won the award in September with a 0.82 ERA over 44 innings. He ended the 2019 regular season with an 11-8 record and a 2.75 ERA over 33 starts, striking out 231 over 196⁄3 innings. He became the third-youngest pitcher in baseball history to strike out at least 230 and walk 55 or fewer with a 2.75 ERA or lower. Following the season, he was nominated for his first ever Gold Glove and finished fourth in National League Cy Young Award voting.
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On April 29, 2014, Flaherty pitched a complete game, 2–1 victory over Bishop Alemany High School to bring a two-year win–loss record to 20–0. In his last two seasons, his record was 23–0 overall. He finished the 2014 regular season with an 0.63 ERA and a 10–0 record on his way to being named Southern Section Division I Player of the Year along with the Los Angeles Times Player of the Year. He pitched 78 innings (IP), struck out 125 (SO) batters while giving up just 32 hits and 12 bases on balls (BB). In the first game of the playoffs – which was also the last game of his high school career – he threw a no-hitter against Riverside North. He was subsequently named the 2014 Gatorade Player of the Year in baseball for the state of California. The Los Angeles Times selected him as their baseball player of the year. In his four years on the mound, his record was 35–3.
Jack Flaherty Net Worth
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After analyzing Jack's recent activities, we predict that Jack Flaherty's net worth $100,00-$250,000.
|Net Worth & Salary|
|Net Worth (2021)||$150,000 - $350,000 (Approx.)|
|Estimated Net Worth (2020)||$100,000 - $250,000|
|Net Worth (2019)||$50,000 - $100,000|
|Estimated Salary||Under Review.|
Age, Height & Birthday
Jack Flaherty age 24 years old. Jack's birthday October 15, 1995. According to many online source, Jack Flaherty height Not Available right now.
Flaherty attended Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, California, with Ethan Katz as his pitching coach. He pitched and played shortstop and third base as a member of the varsity baseball team for all four of his years at Harvard-Westlake. He was a sophomore when two of his high school teammates and fellow pitchers, Max Fried and Lucas Giolito, were both drafted in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft. In 2013, as a junior, Flaherty pitched a 13–0 record with a 0.63 ERA, striking out 112 batters in 89 innings while only walking 10. During his senior season, Harvard-Westlake was the consensus #1 team in the nation in the MaxPreps “XCellent 50” for much of the beginning of the season, before dropping out of the rankings altogether.