Blake Treinen

American professional baseball pitcher

Blake Treinen
American professional baseball pitcher Source: Google

American pitcher Blake M. Treinen plays for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball. He participated in college baseball for the South Dakota State Jackrabbits and the Baker Wildcats.

 Early Childhood and Education

Blake was born in the United States on June 30, 1988, in Wichita, Kansas. He was born to Tim Treinen and Gete Treinen.

He does not appear to have any siblings. Blake graduated from Osage City High School in Osage City, Kansas, with honors.

During his freshman year of high school, he was a member of the baseball team but had to drop out due to prediabetes.

He returned in his junior year. His fastball was said to have reached 79 miles per hour (127 kilometers per hour).

Before transferring to the University of Arkansas, he attended Baker University. He later transferred to South Dakota State University, where he received his bachelor’s degree.

College Career

During the 2007 season of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Blake competed in college baseball for the Baker Wildcats.

When he transferred to the University of Arkansas, he was unable to participate in the Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team’s tryouts.

He attended a baseball training camp run by Don Czyz, who gave him the endorsement of Ritchie Price, the manager of the South Dakota State Jackrabbits baseball team.

He then changed schools to play for the Jackrabbits at South Dakota State University. His fastball was now averaging 87 to 88 mph (140 to 142 km/h), or miles per hour.

In the 23rd round of the 2010 MLB Draft, the Miami Marlins selected Blake. However, an MRI revealed shoulder inflammation, and the Marlins withdrew their selection.


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Age, Height, and Physical Appearance

Blake will be 34 years old in 2022, and because he was born on June 30, his zodiac sign is Cancer.

He is 6 feet 5 inches (198 cm) tall and weighs about 225 pounds (or 102 kg). He stays true to a strict diet regimen in order to remain healthy and fit enough to continue playing baseball.


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Professional Career

Blake was selected by the Oakland Athletics in the seventh round of the 2011 MLB draft.

In 2012, he pitched for the Stockton Ports of the Class A-Advanced California League, where he had a 4.37 ERA in 24 games, 15 of which he started.

Blake was traded to the Washington Nationals as part of a three-team deal before the 2013 season.

During the 2013 season, he pitched for the Harrisburg Senators of the Class AA Eastern League and had an ERA of 3.64.

Blake played for the Syracuse Chiefs of the Class AAA International League in 2014 before being promoted to the major leagues on April 12.

On June 29, he won his first game, a 7-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs. During the 2014 Washington Nationals season, he started and his fastball reached 98 miles per hour.

He pitched for the Nationals and the Chiefs this season, posting a 2.49 ERA in 15 major league games and a 3.35 ERA in 16 minor league games.

Oakland Athletics

On July 16, 2017, the Nationals traded Blake back to the Athletics, where he took over as the closer.

Over 37 appearances, he was 0-2 with a 5.73 ERA and converted three of five save opportunities. Following the trade, he converted 13 of 16 save chances.

In early September, he suffered three straight losses, but in the fourth, the Athletics rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth to defeat the Houston Astros 9-8 and earn the win.

He has quoted:

“I didn’t think I was going to have a chance to be an All-Star, I was just trying to stay in the big leagues as long as I could. And it is just funny how God spun it back around for my first All-Star game to be back in D.C.”

Negotiations took place prior to the 2019 season, and he was paid $6.4 million for the season.

However, after a game against the Tampa Bay Rays on June 21, 2019, Blake was placed on the injured list due to right shoulder soreness.

Net Worth & Salary

Blake earns a high salary and has numerous endorsement contracts because he plays baseball. He receives a $10 million base salary.

Blake Treinen’s net worth is approximately $2 million as of 2022.

Personal Life and Wife

Early in November 2014, Blake wed Katie Isham, his high school sweetheart. Before getting married, the couple had a brief engagement.

As they were seen carrying one child during one of their red carpet appearances while Katie appeared pregnant, they are speculated to have two kids.

In 2010, Katie played basketball and helped the women’s team at Walla Walla Community College win the Northwest Athletic Conference title.

She additionally competed for Boise State University in Division I. She is currently Walla Walla Community College’s assistant women’s basketball coach.

Social Media

Blake Treinen is not on any social media platforms.

Some FAQs:

What is Blake Treinen’s annual salary?

Blake makes $10 million in base pay annually.

Do Justin Turner and Blake Treinen share the same team?

Yes, Blake Treinen and Justin Turner are both Major League Baseball players for the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB). Blake, on the other hand, plays as the pitcher, while Justin is the third baseman.

Does Blake Treinen still play for the Dodgers?

Yes, Blake was re-signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers to a two-year, $17.5 million deal, keeping him off the open market.

Quick Facts:

Full Name Blake M. Treinen
Birth Date June 30, 1988
Birth Place Wichita, Kansas, U.S.
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Nick Name Train
Religion Christianity
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Father’s Name Tim Treinen
Mother’s Name Gete Treinen
Siblings Unknown
Education Osage City High School; Baker University; University of Arkansas; South Dakota State University
Age 34 Years Old
Height 6 ft. 5 in. (or 198 cm)
Weight 225 pounds (or 102 kg)
Body Build Muscular
Hair Colour Brown
Eye Colour Blue
Married Yes
Spouse Kati Isham Treinen
Children Unknown
Profession Baseball Player
Position in team Relief Pitcher
Jersey Number #49
Bats Right
Throws Right
Affiliations Washington Nationals (Former), Oakland Athletics (Former), Los Angeles Dodgers (Current)
Net Worth $2 million
Social Media Twitter: #blaketreinenInstagram: #blaketreinen



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