Tyler Zombro Biography

Tyler Zombro is a professional baseball player from Virginia. He is still a rookie and is righty in batting and also righty when throwing a ball. Taylor is a starting pitcher and plays for the team Tampa Bay Rays (minor). Recently he got the limelight after getting injured and the good thing is that he is stable and doing good now.

Early life

Tyler was born on 9th February 1994 in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He grew up in an athletic, competitive family and has baseball as a tradition within his family. As for his family, there is no particular information about them. The information about his siblings and parents is still a mystery to the general public. Tyler recently graduated from George Mason University where he studied Pre-Physical Therapy with a concentration in leadership as well as minoring in sports management and kinesiology.

He said he sees coaching in his future as he wants to stay connected to college students or professional level as he has a passion for player development. Zombro was always interested in math and science and so he attended Shenandoah Valley Governor’s school for math and science. He participated in mentorship at a local physical therapy clinic. George Mason is the place where academics and athletics are balanced properly.

Tyler Zombro Career

Tyler started his baseball career in the year 2017. He played three times that year at minors and two rookie levels. He played from the RAY team and in the GCL league. Also, from the PRN team for the APP league. In 2018, he played from the BG team in the MID league at A(full) level. In the year 2019, he played three times. Firstly, he played from the team 2 teams at minor level. Then he played from DUR team at INT League. He played at AAA level in that game. Then further he played from the MTG team at the AA level. He played at SOU league for that game.

In 2021, he played from the DUR team at the AAA level. He played at AAA E league. In minors, he played six times at different levels like minors, AAA, AA, A(full), rookie, etc. Tyler actually got injured on Thursday by getting hit by a line drive. Zombro, a right-hander in the Tampa Bay Rays association, was hit by a sharp line drive from Norfolk’s Brett Cumberland in the eighth inning. Zombro disintegrated clumsily to the ground, lay still briefly face down, at that point started to writhe wildly as colleagues and a coach hurried toward the hill.

Tyler Zombro Biography

Real Name Tyler Zombro
Birth Date 2 September 1994
Age (as of 2021) 26 Years
Birth Place Harrisonburg, Virginia, U.S.
Nationality American
Profession Baseball Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Virgo

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimeters – 178 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 97 kg  –  in Pounds –  213 lbs
Chest Size Not Known
Waist Size Not Known
Biceps Size Not Known
Shoe Size 13 (U.S.)
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Athletic


Father Not Known
Mother Not Known
Sister Not Known
Brother Not Known


School Not Known
College George Mason University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair No
Is he a Gay? No
Wife? Moriah

Personal life

Tyler is married to Moriah Zombro. They got married on October 3, 2020, and have been together for seven years, and now got hitched. They don’t have any kids and are happily married right now. Tyler Zombro has an active account on Twitter where he has 1884 followers and 8991 tweets and 619 followings. He has a verified Instagram account with 2106 followers and 1107 following and with 116 posts.

Tyler Zombro Net worth

Tyler has not declared his net worth. But it can be assumed that his main source of income may be baseball mainly.


  • He is proud to be recognized as All American and also receiving the award of Academic Excellence (highest GPA) through the school of integrative studies.
  • He was excellent in both academics and athletics and was intrigued by maths and science since childhood.
  • Triple-A Durham Bulls is being suspended as he hit Tyler Zombro on Thursday during the game.
  • Zombro has an ERA of 2.29 in 41 games, with 38 outings from the bullpen as a pro.
  • Tyler’s WHIP in 2019 was at Double-A and triple-A was a stellar 0.95 and overall, it is 1.09 in 166 innings in the minors.

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