Michael Fulmer is one of the best young pitchers in today’s baseball world. His well-maintained stature with a height of 6.2 feet and a body weight of 95 kilograms gives an advantage to his extraordinary playing ability. In fact, many professional baseball teams are targeting to sign him in their team.
Fulmer made his stary playing for Derek Creek High School’s baseball team. During the senior year, he had a run average (ERA) of 0.72 and 6 season home runs. As he moved on to the college, Michael joined the Arkansas Razorbacks where his run average (ERA) skyrocketed to 10.13. In 2011, he was drafted by the New York Mets. During 2013 collegiate baseball season, Baseball America rated him as one of the most prospective players of the Mets.
Crammed with gifted talent, Michael was traded by to Detroit Tigers for Yoenis Cespedes on July 31, 2015. Since then, Fulmer has played many games for the Tigers. The professional baseball team finished second in the National Major League Baseball with 86 wins and 75 losses. In 2015 MLB team, the Detroit Tigers finished last in the table of AL Central with the winning record of 76.
As a professional Baseball athlete for Tigers, Michael started with 3.6 ERA on 29th April. Well, the games got tougher as the team went through. Fulmer’s innings pitched (IP) peaked at 33 in the months of July and August and again fell in September by 5. Through 2016 season, Fulmer made his stats better with an average win-loss record of 11-7, run Average of 3.06 and strikeouts of 132.