Cole Sulser is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Cole Young Sulser was born on March 12, 1990, in Santa Ysabel, California, United States. He grew up in Santa Ysabel located in the San Diego mountains. His mother was a teacher while his father worked as a general building contractor and coach.
Cole Sulser was raised alongside two siblings. His younger brother, Beau Sulser plays professional baseball in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization while his younger sister, Tiffany, serves in the United States Coast Guard.
Cole Sulser attended elementary and middle school in Ramona, California where his mother was a teacher. He later attended Ramona High School where he played baseball all four years, was ASB President and served as a peer mentor. Sulser graduated from Ramona High School in Ramona, California, in 2008,
Cole Sulser was undrafted out of high school and had attended Dartmouth College. Sulser earned two bachelor’s degrees at Dartmouth including one in engineering sciences with public policy as well as mechanical engineering.
Cole Sulser played college baseball for the Dartmouth Big Green. He was selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 25th round of the 2013 MLB draft. He was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays who promoted him to the major leagues on September 2, 2019. He made his major league debut on September 6 against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Cole Sulser Age
Cole Sulser is 31 years old as of 2021.
Cole Sulser Height
Cole Sulser stands tall at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m).
Cole Sulser Salary
Cole Sulser receives a base salary of 575,000 every year.
Cole Sulser Net Worth
Cole Sulser has a net worth estimated to be $1 million.
Cole Sulser Contract
Cole Sulser is on a contract with the Tampa Bay Rays and earns a base salary of 575,000 every year, with a $0 signing bonus.
Cole Sulser Trade
Cole Sulser was traded Sulser to the Tampa Bay Rays by the Cleveland Indians in a three-team trade on December 13, 2018. The Rays then acquired Yandy Díaz for Jake Bauers, and the Seattle Mariners acquired Edwin Encarnación from the Indians for Carlos Santana.