Travis Jankowski Biography
Travis Jankowski is an American baseball player in the National Basketball Association.
He was born on 15 June 1991 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Jankowski was nicknamed “Fred” or “Freddy” The nickname refers to Fred Rogers.
Travis was born to Paul Jankowski his father and Kelly Jankowski his mother.
He attended the University of Stony Brook. While in school, he was invited to lay for the Bourne Braves leading the Cape Cod Baseball League in hits, runs, and triples.
Travis Jankowski wife
He is married to Lindsey Stoltzfus after a long time of dating. Its not known how long it took them to coat but finally they got married in October 2017.
The couple is blessed with a baby boy son namely Bentley.
Travis Brothers and Sisters
He is born along with brother Tylor and Mandy his sister.
It’s evident that he can be a worth roster on this one condition that he regularly keeps playing.
The only challenge he has is that he is seldom in the lineup.
He is a baseball outfielder for the San Diego Padres of major league baseball.
Travis led the Seawolves to an underdog college world series becoming a first-round draft pick for the Padres.
After he graduated from Lancaster Catholic High School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Travis was enrolled at Stony Brook University. Joining the Brook Seawolves baseball team, Jankowski earned first-team All-America East Conference honors after hitting .355.
Travis set a school record for stolen bases. Following his good play, Jankowski was invited to play for the Bourne Braves. He led the Cape Cod Baseball League in hits, runs, and triples, earning league most valuable player honors.
In leading the Seawolves to their first-ever College World Series appearance, Jankowski earned First Team All-American and America East Player of the Year honors.
Travis professional Career
He was drafted in the first round of the Major league baseball Draft by the Sandiego Padres Northeast Scouting Director.
He only played two games with the AZL Padres and was promoted to the Fort Wayne Tincaps, the class A affiliate.
Jankowski was the center fielder for the double-A San Antonio Missions before breaking his wrist. Later after he had recovered from his injury, he was promoted to the Tripple A EI Paso Chihuahuas.
His promotion did not end there but he was also promoted from the to the Padres replacing Will Venable. Will had been traded to the Texas Rangers.
Following a fracture on ajon jay forearm, Jankowski became the Pderea regular center fielder.
He stands a height of 1.88m in height and a weight of about 84kg.
Travis has an estimated net worth of over $1 million.
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