Kyle Lewis is an outstanding American professional baseball outfielder and plays for the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball. In the first round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft by the Seattle Mariners, he was the one selected. With his astonishing moves, he sets the grounds on fire and steals the hearts of the audience. Earlier, he used to play college baseball for the Mercer Bears.
Kyle Alexander Lewis was born on 13th July 1995 and was raised in Snellville, Georgia, United States. He was born to proud parents Charles Lewis and Ruth Lewis. He grew up under the guidance of his elder brother Kenny Lewis. The family supported him wholeheartedly in his career endeavors. Tattoos have always been his love. He has some tattoos on his body.
He attended Shiloh High School in Snellville, Georgia and his life got a leap, the moment he enrolled in the high school as it appears to the starting point of his career. The beginning of a successful career dawned on Lewis when he enrolled at Mercer University after graduating from Shiloh High School in 2013.
Kyle Lewis Career
After enrolling in high school, he started playing both Baseball and Basketball. With the days passing, the player contemplated focusing on one particular game. At first, he wasn’t sure of picking baseball over basketball but later after thorough thinking, he finally came to the decision to play Baseball. After entering Mercer University, he started his journey with the Bears and within a short period of time, the icon started breaking records and catching the attention of potential scouts.
After all these years of struggles, efforts, and his determination towards his game get paid off when he was selected by the Seattle Mariners with the 11th overall pick in the 2016 MLB draft. The fabulous player didn’t directly jump to the major league right away. He first made his professional debut in the minor leagues for Everett Aqua-Sox, where he sustained a fatal injury. Later in 2017, he drafted to AZL Mariners and the Modesto Nuts. Further, Lewis spent 2018 playing with Modesto and the Arkansas Travelers.
In September 2019, after playing in minor leagues, Lewis was finally promoted to major leagues. His hard work and sacrifices surfaced a smooth path for him to advance into an unforeseen but even more affluent future.
Kyle Lewis Biography
|Real Name||Kyle Alexander Lewis|
|Birth Date||13 July 1995|
|Birth Place||Snellville, Georgia, United States|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 4” – in Centimetres – 193 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 95 kg – in Pounds – 209 lbs|
|Chest Size||Not Known|
|Waist Size||Not Known|
|Biceps Size||Not Known|
|Shoe Size||13 (U.S.)|
|School||Shiloh High School|
|Is he a Gay?||No|
However, Kyle has kept his relationship status ambiguous. So, for the time being, we assume that he is still single and soon will update after he finds his better half. The arising baseball outfielder is raising the bars on social media. Lewis is dynamic on his Instagram account @Klew_1 and has acquired over 42.4k followers. On his Twitter account @KLew_5, the player has earned around 13.4k followers.
Kyle Lewis Net Worth
As Kyle got the fame, which he always dreamt of, he has been able to gather a decent amount of wealth over these years. Lewis has an estimated net worth of $5 million and earns an estimated annual salary of $565,000. He amassed his wealth mostly from the income he makes from his professional baseball career. The talented player has a luxurious mansion. In his house, there is a meditation room that comprises three candles by the fan, pink Himalayan salt, and a lamp that heats up the salt and evaporates it into the air.
- In 2015, he became The Southern Conference Baseball player of the year and won the co-winner of the Gregg Olson Award in the same year.
- For his 2015 performance with the Firebirds, he was named a Cape Cod League All-Star.
- Later in 2016, he won the Golden Spikes Award and was named an All-American by Collegiate Baseball, baseball American and Louisville slugger.
- He became the second player in history to homer in each of his first three major league games.
- Lewis broke the records of becoming the first Mariners player since 2001 to be selected for the American League Rookie of the year Award latest in 2020.