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Full Name Nate Freiman
Profession Baseball Player
Date of Birth December 31 , 1986
Current Age 36 years
Place of Birth Washington, DC
Birth Country United States
Birth Sign Capricorn
Dead or Alive Alive ( 36 years old)

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Nate Freiman age, height, net worth, birthday, biography, facts! In this article, we will discover how old is Nate Freiman? Who is Nate Freiman dating now & how much money does Nate Freiman have?

Nate Freiman Biography

Nate Freiman is one of the famous Baseball Player, who was born on the memorable day of December 31 in the year 1986. Nate Freiman is a proud citizen of United States.

First baseman who, at 6-foot-8, became one of the tallest position players in MLB history.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Nate Freiman continues to be an inspiration for many.

Nate Freiman Wiki

Popular As Nate Freiman
First Name Nate
Last Name Freiman
Education Wellesley High School; Duke University


His father Len is a lawyer, his mother Majorie is a Judaism teacher, and he has a younger brother named Eli.

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He hit a very impressive .833 against CC Sabathia in limited exposure in 2013.


He was a pitcher and catcher for the Wellesley High School baseball team and was captain of the track team.


He hit .274 with the Oakland Athletics in 2013, his first year in the big leagues.

Net Worth & Salary

Nate Freiman net worth is $5 Million (2022).

Nate Freiman Timeline

Freiman grew up in the college town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, a western suburb of Boston, where he was also taught AP Physics by Michael Krieger in his senior year, and his ability to throw an egg at high speed towards a blanket was recognized by the teacher. He was both a pitcher and a slugging catcher for the Wellesley High School baseball team for four years, graduating in 2005. In his junior year, he led the Bay State Conference with a .500 batting average and 19 RBIs. As a pitcher with a 90 miles per hour (140 km/h) fastball, he was 17–1 in his last two years. As a batter, he hit .500. He was a three-time all-Conference selection, and a two-year team captain.
In 2006, his freshman year, Freiman injured his throwing arm in the first inning of his only start on the mound, ending his pitching aspirations. He made the All-Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) academic baseball team and the ACC academic honor roll.
In 2007, he led the team with a .369 batting average, 7 home runs and 48 RBIs. He was an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III Second Team selection, and made the All-ACC academic team and the ACC academic honor roll for the second consecutive year. He played for the Orleans Cardinals of the Cape Cod League in the summer, and was fifth in the league in RBIs with 28.
In 2008, he led the team with a .381 batting average, 11 home runs and 46 RBIs, and was an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III first team selection and a member of the All-ACC Academic baseball team, the ACC academic honor roll and the Jewish All-American team by the Jewish Sports Review. He again played with the Orleans Cardinals in the Cape Cod League during the summer.
In the minor leagues, playing in the San Diego Padres organization, he led the Northwest League in runs batted in (RBIs) and extra base hits in 2009, was a Midwest League midseason All-Star in 2010, and was a California League postseason All-Star in 2011.
Freiman played for the Fort Wayne TinCaps of the Class A Midwest League in 2010, and was a midseason All-Star and finished second to Khris Davis in the Midwest League All-Star Home Run Derby.