Jordan Luplow Age, Career, Girlfriend, Salary and Net Worth

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This article will answer every question you have about Jordan Luplow. Below are some of the frequently asked questions about him.

  1. What does Jordan do for a living?
  2. Who are Jordan’s parents and siblings?
  3. What are Jordan’s interests and hobbies?
  4. Is Jordan married or does he have a girlfriend/ boyfriend?
  5. Does Jordan have any children?
  6. Where is Jordan now?
  7. How tall is Jordan?
  8. How much money does Jordan earn?
  9. What is Jordan’s net worth?

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Who is Jordan Luplow?

Jordan Thomas Luplow is a professional American baseball outfielder for the Arizona Diamondbacks of MLB (Major League Baseball). Previously, he played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Cleveland Indians, and Tampa Bay Rays. The Pittsburgh Pirates drafted him in the third round of the 2014 MLB draft, and in 2017, Jordan made his debut for the Pirates.

How Old Is Jordan Luplow?

He is 29 years old as of September 2022, having been born on September 26, 1993, in Visalia, California, U.S. Jordan shares his birthdate with celebrities such as; Walker Bryant, Lilly Singh, Serena Williams, Olivia Newton-John, Neels Visser, and many more.

Jordan Luplow Family

Who are Jordan Luplow’s Parents?

He was born to Mark Luplow (Father) and Rebecca Luplow (Mother).

Does Jordan Luplow have Siblings?

He has a younger sister by the name, of Jessica Luplow/

Jordan Luplow Education

He received his high school education at Buchannan High School. After high school, he played college baseball at California State University, Fresno.

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Jordan Luplow Marital Status

He is in a relationship with his girlfriend, Holli Wynns ( a nurse by profession).

Jordan Luplow Kids

He does not have any kids as of 2022. In case there is new news regarding this matter, we will update it here as soon as possible.

Jordan Luplow Career

An Amateur Career

In high school, he was a third baseman but an injury led to Fresno State coaches converting him to an outfielder. As a freshman in 2012, he started all 59 games for the Bulldogs and was named MVP of the WAC Tournament as Fresno State earned an NCAA Tournament berth. As a sophomore, he appeared in 41 games losing part of the season to a shoulder injury. In 2014 as a junior, he was the Mountain West Conference Player of the Year after hitting .377/.475/.609 with 9 HR and 48 RBI in 57 games as Fresno State’s right fielder and primary three-hole hitter. While at Fresno State, he was named to two All-Conference Adameic Teams. In 2012, he was named an All-Star in both the Alaska Baseball League. Whereas in 2013, he played for the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Baseball League.

A Professional Career

A Career with Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates drafted Jordan in the third round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft. On June 17, 2014, he signed with the Pirates for a signing bonus worth $500,000. And he went on to make his professional debut in 2014 with Short Season Jamestown, where he hit .277 with 30 RBI in 62 games. In 2015, he played with the Single-A West Virginia Power where he was asked to convert to third base. This is a position he had never played since high school. Due to this reason, he struggled defensively with 21 errors but her performed better offensively, hitting .264 with 64 RBI and a team-high 12 HR in 106 games.

He went on to spend the 2016 season with High-A Bradenton where he was converted back to the outfield. There, he played in 104 games and hit .254 with 10 HR and 54 RBI. He started 2017 with Double-A Altoona but on June 30, he was promoted to Triple-A Indianapolis. For the first time on July 28, 2017, he was called up by the Pittsburgh Pirates. And he went on to make his MLB debut that night against the San Diego Padres. As regular right fielder Gregory Polanco was placed on the disabled list, Jordan went on to receive the start in the right field. He got his first career hit and career multi-run home run on September 2, 2017, helping the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Cincinnati Reds, 5-0.

A Career with Cleveland Indians

He and Max Moroff were traded to the Cleveland Indians on November 14, 2018. This was in exchange for Erik Gonzalez, Tahnaj Thomas, and Dante Mendoza. With the Indians in 85 games of 2019, he batted .276/.372/.551 with career highs in home runs (15) and RBI (38). Overall with the Cleveland Indians in 2020, he batted .192 with two home runs and 8 RBIs in 29 games. However, he was placed on the injured list on June 17, 2021, with a sore left ankle.

A Career with the Tampa Bay Rays

He was traded by the Indians alongside D.J. Johnson to the Tampa Bay Rays on July 30, 2021. This was in exchange for Peyton Battenfield. On August 6, 2021, he made his debut with the Rays against the Baltimore Orioles. This was after Randy Arozarena was placed on the COVID-19 injured list following close contact. Jordan went on to hit a grand slam on October 8, 2021, in the first inning against Chris Sale of the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS at Tropicana Field.

A Career with the Arizona Diamondbacks

The Rays traded him to the Arizona Diamondbacks on November 26, 2021, in exchange for Ronny Simon.

Jordan Luplow Height and Measurements

Adding up to his well-built body is a height of 6ft 1inch (1.85m) and a weight of 88kg (194lbs).

Jordan Luplow’s Salary and Net Worth

With the Arizona Diamondbacks, he has an annual salary of $1,400,000 and an approximate net worth of $3 million.