Clarke Schmidt

Clarke Schmidt
usaUnited States
Current Team
New York Yankees
February 20, 1996


Clarke Schmidt is an American professional baseball pitcher for the New York Yankees. He made his MLB debut on September 4, 2020. Schmidt bats and throws right.

Schmidt’s brother Clate Schmidt played college baseball from 2013 to 2016. The Yankees signed Schmidt for a $2,184,300 signing bonus in 2017.

pitching Stats

Summary GP GS H R HR K ER
2023 (Regular Season) 27 26 136 73 19 126 65
Career 61 31 200 109 25 195 94

Early Life & Career

Clarke Schmidt was born on Feb 20, 1996, in Acworth, Georgia, U.S. He started playing baseball at a young age. Later he attended Allatoona High School in Acworth, Georgia. 

Schmidt was not drafted out of high school, so he played college baseball at the University of South Carolina for the Gamecocks. New York Yankees selected Schmidt in the first round, with the 16th overall selection, of the 2017 MLB draft.

Quick Facts about Clarke Schmidt

Birth Place Acworth, Georgia, U.S.
Parents Dwight Schmidt (Father)
Siblings Clate Schmidt (Brother)
School Allatoona High School
College  University of South Carolina
Net Worth $2.8 Million
Earning Source Professional Baseball, Brand Endorsements
Salary $740k
Spouse/Girlfriend Riley Redding
Marital Status Single
Favorite Athlete Michael Jordan
Favorite Sports Team Chicago Bulls
Favorite Actor Morgan Freeman
Favorite Actress Scarlett Johansson
Favorite Movie Invictus
Favorite Singer Taylor Swift
Favorite Food Steak
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Religion Christian
Pet None
MLB Debut 2020 for the New York Yankees
Smoking No
Alcohol No
Instagram Profile
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Frequently Asked Questions about Clarke Schmidt

How Old is Clarke Schmidt?

As of 2023, Clarke Schmidt is 27 years old.

How Tall is Clarke Schmidt?

The officially listed height of Clarke Schmidt is 6’1”.

Who is Clarke Schmidt’s Girlfriend?

The New York Yankees pitcher, Clarke Schmidt, is currently dating Riley Redding.

Which College did Clarke Schmidt go to?

Clarke Schmidt attended the University of South Carolina.

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