Bradley Keller

A professional baseball pitcher, Bradley Keller is known for his affiliation with Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball (MLB). In his career as a baseball player, Bradley has won 21 matches and still going on.

In 2020, Bradley has appeared in nine games with the Kansas City Royals and won 5 of them. The same year, he also had 35 strikeouts.

Quick Facts: Bradley Keller

Name Bradley Keller
Birthday July 27, 1995
Age 25
Gender Male
Height 6 Feet 4 Inches
Weight 104 Kg
Nationality American
Profession Athlete
Net Worth $3.5 million
Education Flowery Branch High School
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10 Facts About Bradley Keller

Bradley Keller was born on 27 July 1995, in the United States of America. The athlete, who is 25 years of age, acquired his nationality as an American citizen.Living quality of life as a baseball player, Bradley Keller has an estimated net worth of around $3.5 million, as per the information of Spotrac. And, his salary payment is based on the contract. With a height of 6 feet 4 inches, Bradley Keller got a pleasant physical appearance with 104 Kg weight.Talking about his personal life, Bradley was in a relationship with a girlfriend in 2019. But, the details about his current girlfriend or dating life is not available on any news sites. Likewise, Bradley Keller is socially active on Instagram with 6,938 followers and 4,496 followers on Twitter. Professional baseball pitcher, Bradley Keller has a featured bio on Wikipedia.Speaking of his family, Bradley has kept the profile of his parents away from social media news. So, the details about his parents or siblings are under investigation.Moving towards his education, Bradley completed his high school studies at the Flowery Branch High School. Later on, he got committed to play baseball at Presbyterian College. Finalizing his studies, Bradley started the journey of being a pro-baseball player from his high school, where he was drafted by the Arizona Diamondback in the 2013 MLB draft.On September 13, 2020, Bradley got his first pitched a complete-game shutout against the Pittsburgh Pirates.