Travis Jankowski Biography
Travis Jankowski is an American baseball player in the National Basketball Association. He is a professional baseball outfielder for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for the San Diego Padres and Cincinnati Reds. He was born on 15 June 1991 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Travis Jankowski Age
Travis is 31 years as of 2022, he was born on June 15, 1991, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He celebrates his birthday on June 15th every year.
Travis Jankowski Height
Jankowski stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.88 m) tall
Travis Jankowski Weight
Travis has a weight of 84 kgs. His other body measurements are not available at the moment, he has an athletic body thanks to his career as a baseball player.
Jankowski attended the University of Stony Brook. While in school, he was invited to lay for the Bourne Braves leading the Cape Cod Baseball League in hits, runs, and triples.
Travis Jankowski Family
Jankowski was born to his parents in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. His mother, Kelly, played softball, while his father, Paul, was an outfielder for the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Jankowski has an older brother, Tyler, and a sister called Mandy. Together with his brother were both coached by their father from a young age.
Travis Jankowski Wife
Travis is a happily married man. He married his wife Lindsey Stoltzfus in October 2017, after dating for a long time. His Padres teammates Cory Spangenberg and Colin Rea served as groomsmen at the wedding. The couple have two sons together: Bentley Jaxon, born September 18, 2018, and Jett Brave, born January 28, 2021
Travis Jankowski Son
Travis and his wife have two sons together: Bentley Jaxon, born September 18, 2018, and Jett Brave, born January 28, 2021.
Travis Jankowski Net Worth
Travis has an estimated net worth of $3 million dollars as of 2022. This includes his assets, money, and income. His primary source of income is his career as a baseball player. Through his various sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.
Travis Jankowski Philadelphia Phillies
Jankowski signed a minor league contract with the Philadelphia Phillies on February 15, 2021. He debuted with the team on June 4, replacing Rhys Hoskins in the ninth inning of a game against the Washington Nationals.
Jankowski was caught stealing by Nationals catcher Alex Avila, a play that led to booing from Phillies fans at Citizens Bank Park.
Travis Jankowski MLB
He was drafted in the first round of the Major league baseball Draft by the Sandiego Padres Northeast Scouting Director. He only played two games with the AZL. Padres and was promoted to the Fort Wayne Tincaps, the class A affiliate.
Jankowski was the center fielder for the double-A San Antonio Missions before breaking his wrist.
Later after he had recovered from his injury, he was promoted to the Tripple A EI Paso Chihuahuas. His promotion did not end there but he was also promoted from the to the Padres replacing Will Venable.
Will had been traded to the Texas Rangers. Following a fracture on ajon jay’s forearm, Jankowski became the Pderea regular center fielder.
Travis Jankowski College Baseball
After he graduated from Lancaster Catholic High School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Travis was enrolled at Stony Brook University. Joining the Brook Seawolves baseball team, Jankowski earned first-team All-America East Conference honors after hitting .355.
Travis set a school record for stolen bases. Following his good play, Jankowski was invited to play for the Bourne Braves. He led the Cape Cod Baseball League in hits, runs, and triples, earning the league’s most valuable player honors.
In leading the Seawolves to their first-ever College World Series appearance, Jankowski earned First Team All-American and America East Player of the Year honors.
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