Aaron Michael Nola (born June 4, 1993) is a Major League Baseball pitcher who currently pitches for the Philadelphia Phillies (MLB).
Nola was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and he and his older brother Austin also played baseball. His father, A. J., was Nola’s Little League coach until he graduated from high school.
Nola spent three years playing varsity baseball for Catholic High School in Baton Rouge, including two state playoff appearances, after battling his rookie season due to stress fractures in his back. The Louisiana Sports Writers Association dubbed Nola “Mr. Baseball” at the completion of his senior year in 2011.
Aaron Michael Nola was dubbed the Phillies’ ace early in his career, and his pitching record drew favorable comparisons to former Phillies standouts Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee, Roy Halladay, and Roy Oswalt. Nola and teammate Zack Wheeler tied for 11th place among big league pitchers in 2020, with 2.0 Wins Above Replacement (WAR). Mike DePrisco of NBC Sports ranked Nola sixth among all 30 Opening Day pitchers heading into the 2021 season, while Will Leitch of MLB ranked him tenth. Nola had the highest strikeout rate in franchise history at 9.63 per nine innings as of May 2020.
Since his debut in the majors in 2015, Nola has mostly stuck to the same four-pitch mix: a four-seam fastball, a curveball, a changeup, and a sinker. “I’ve always wanted to throw one but never took it into a game,” he said of incorporating a cutter into his rotation during 2021 spring training. Nola’s four-seam fastball averaged 90.1 mph (145.0 km/h) in his first season in the majors, ranging between 91.6 and 93.8 mph (147.4 and 151.0 km/h).
By the start of the 2018 season, he had upped his fastball speed to 93.3 mph (150.2 km/h), but he informed The Philadelphia Inquirer that speed isn’t his priority “Instead of throwing 95, 96, and 97, there are other options for getting outs. It would be lovely to throw 97, but I am unable to do so because of physical limitations.”
Throughout the month of September, Nola has battled. His pre-September statistics indicated a 30–9 record and 2.79 ERA in 62 starts between 2018 and 2020, however, he pitched 4–9 with a 4.44 ERA in 17 starts during the same time period. Nola struggled in September of this year, going 0–3 with a 6.51 ERA in five starts. Nola’s late-season troubles are well-known to Girardi and Nola, but the reasons for them are unknown.
Aaron spends his time off the field with his attractive girlfriend Hunter Jayde Harrington, who looks stunning in a string bikini as shown in the stunning photographs above and below.
Her eyes glistened with a gleam. OMG! The devil is in the details, fellas. They’ll reveal what the girl is attempting to say almost every time.
How much money does he make?
The pitcher inked a contract with the Philadelphia Phillies in 2019 that pays him a stunning 11.25 million dollars per year (10.3 million euros). According to our calculations, he earns () every day and () each hour!
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