Corbin Carroll Biography

Corbin Carroll is an American personality and a professional baseball player. He plays baseball as an outfielder for the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball (MLB). The Diamondbacks selected him in the first round of the 2019 MLB Drafts and made his MLB debut in 2022. 

Corbin Carroll Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Girlfriend, Net Worth

Corbin Carroll was born on the 21st of August 2000 and grew up in Seattle, Washington with his loving and caring parents, Brant and Pey-Lin Carroll. Both of his parents belong to different races, and thus, he is often signified as a biracial child of his parents. His father is of white descent, and his mother is of Taiwanese descent. Both moved to Louisiana when Corbin was only four years old.

Corbin Carroll has played on the Under-18 National Team, presenting the USA, and won a gold medal for the 2018 COPABE Pan-American Championships. He went to Lakeside School in Seattle, Washington, and he made 0.540 with nine home runs and 1.859 OPS in 2019 as a senior. 

Corbin Carroll Career

Corbin began playing baseball professionally in 2019 when the Diamondbacks drafted him in the first round MLB Draft 2019. He made his debut for the rookie-level affiliate of the Diamondbacks where he made the score [.291 with two home runs, 14 RBIs, and 16 stolen bases over 31 games.

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He then joined the Hillsboro Hops [the Minor League Baseball team that is affiliated with Arizona Diamondbacks] on 8th August 2019. Then, for the next season, he played 11 games for Hillsboro and batted .326 with six RBIs.

Corbin did not play the whole 2020 season because of the cancellation of the games due to COVID-19. Then, he returned to Hillsboro and began his 2021 season. But, the same year, in May, he got injured and hit the shoulder area while hitting the home run, and he had to undergo season-ending shoulder surgery.

During that time, he scored 10-for-23 (.435) for the whole season. For the next 2022 season, he played baseball for the Amarillo Sod Poodles [the Minor League Baseball Team affiliated with Arizona Diamondbacks].

In July [the same year], he was promoted to another Minor League Arizona-affiliated team, Reno Aces. He played for the three teams that season and batted .307/.425/.611 in 362 at-bats with 24 home runs and 31 steals in 36 attempts.

On 29th August 2022, Corbin Carroll was promoted to the Major League Baseball Team of Arizona Diamondbacks. Later that day, he had his debut against the Philadelphia Phillies. In 2022, while playing for Arizona, he scored .260/.330/.500 in 104 at-bats as the left fielder and eventually became the seventh youngest baseball player in the national league.

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Corbin Carroll Biography

Real Name Corbin Franklin Carroll
Birth Date 21 August 2000
Age (as of 2023) 23 Years
Birth Place Seattle, Washington, United States
Profession Baseball Player
College
Qualification

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimeters – 165 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 74 kg  –  in Pounds –  165 lbs
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown

Family

Father Brant Carroll
Mother Pey-Lin Carroll
Sister
Brother

Relationship Status

Marital Status In a relationship
Affair No
Who is his girlfriend? Emma Broyles

Personal Life

Corbin is currently dating his girlfriend Emma Broyles. However Corbin doesn’t post anything about their relationship publicly but, Emma recently shared a pic with Corbin on the baseball field. She posted a photo of a victory celebration with her love at Citizens Bank Park, with a score of 4 to 2. 

Social Media

Corbin Carroll is available only on Twitter- @corbin_carroll, which he joined in June 2015. He has 11.6K followers and 240 following members, and he last had the post in July 2023. He is moderately active on his social media.

Corbin Carroll Net Worth

Since 2019 [the time when he turned professional with MLB], he signed a contract of $3.7 million with the Arizona Diamondbacks. On 11th March 2023, Corbin Carroll signed a contract with Arizona Diamondbacks for eight years for the amount of $111 million.

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