Casey Schmitt Biography

Casey Schmitt is a young athlete playing for San Francisco Giants and he made entry into the professional scene with a blast on his debut game itself. He was drafted as the overall 49th pick by the San Francisco Giants in Round 2 in 2020 at 19.

He studied at San Diego State University and has been in the limelight because of his debut game and the first major career hit. His team San Fransisco Giants, beat the Washington Nationals by 4-1 on Tuesday night. Eventually, he won the Pacific Coast League Gold Glove Award and was simultaneously chosen as the postseason All-Star in the Northwest League.

Early Life

Casey Schmitt was born on the 1st of March 1999 in San Diego, (the city famous for being the “Birthplace of California).” His parents are Daniel and Tina Schmitt who currently live in Chula Vista, Spring Valley where Casey spent his childhood days. 

He was destined for baseball ever since his childhood because he started playing it at three years of age. Schmitt was all in baseball as he can play at any position because he just wanted to play at any cost. In his neighborhood, he taught other kids the rules of the game who don’t know how to play.  

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Casey Schmitt Career

Schmitt went to Eastlake High School in Chula Vista and eventually became the third-best outfielder and 45th player overall in California while being a senior in 2017. He made his high school appear in the CIF championship game in 2016 and 2017.

Although he committed ten errors across three levels out of 169 total chances, he won the title of 2022 MiLB Gold Glove winner name. Praising his gaming and efforts, Giants legend Will Clark said, “…Casey is a Gold Glove third baseman right now, without a shadow of a doubt….” Casey began the 2022 season and made a career record of .273 with 14 doubles, 17 homers, and 15 RBI while standing in a total of 93 games with the Emeralds.

In the middle of the season, he was promoted to Double-A Richmond on the 10th of August and later appeared for 29 games for the Flying Squirrels, where he had a record-making score of .342 with ten doubles, three homers, and 16 RBI. At the end of the season, he was promoted to a Triple-A after Richmond’sRichmond’s season and played with the River Cats, hitting 5-for-15 (.333) with a homer and three RBI in four games. 

Casey announced his entrance into the Major League with a bang debut by belting a homer on his debut. It was like a dream debut for any player at such a prestigious level and he became the second Giants after the great Will Clark to score a homer on his debut game. 

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Casey Schmitt Biography

Real Name Casey Shawn Schmitt
Birth Date 1 March 1999 
Age (as of 2023) 24 Years
Birth Place San Diego, California, U.S.
Baseball Player
College San Diego State University
Qualification Graduate

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 2” – in Centimeters – 188 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 97 kg  –  in Pounds –  215 lbs
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown


Father Dan Schmitt
Mother Tina Schmitt

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Who is his girlfriend? None

Personal Life

Casey Schmitt has no girlfriend; either he has not revealed the name of his past love affairs or is not seriously involved in any relationship. Currently, he is committed to playing the Washington Nations from the side of the San Francisco Giants. We hope to see a lovely life partner for him in the future.

Social Media

Casey Schmitt is highly conserved and does not like to reveal much to the public. He is only available on LinkedIn, where he presents himself as a San Diego State University student for the batch 2018 to 2021. He had his education in law and criminal justice and his baseball practices simultaneously. On LinkedIn, he is available with Casey Schmitt and only has 14 connections.

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Casey Schmitt Contract & Net Worth

Casey Schmitt is by the San Francisco Giants with a contractual amount of $1,147,500 for one year (made in 2020). In 2023, he had an extension of his contract with an average salary of $561,295. Per the details from aroundthefoghorn, Casey was signed for 1.15 million USD or around 350,000 USD below slot value.


  • Because of his extensive defensive skills and tools, Schmitt is compared with Blue Jays third baseman Matt Chapman.
  • Out of all the prospects of Giants under 25 with more than 100 at-bats, Schmitt has been ranked with the third-highest flyball rate of 50.7% and the lowest swinging strike rate (the fourth-lowest) at 9.1%.  

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