What is Caleb Smith's net worth? Diamondbacks pitcher ejected, glove seized for 'sticky stuff'

What is Caleb Smith's net worth? Diamondbacks pitcher ejected, glove seized for 'sticky stuff'
Caleb Smith of the Arizona Diamondbacks is restrained by first base coach Robby Hammock #7 and third base coach Tony Perezchica #3 after having his glove confiscated (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

Arizona Diamondback's pitcher, Caleb Smith got ejected from the Wednesday, August 18, game against the Phillies for allegedly violating MLB's foreign substance rules. Now sports enthusiasts want to know more about him and his net worth.

The left-hander was allegedly examined for substances after completing 2.2 innings of relief and the umpires ultimately seized his glove. The breach could come with a 10-game suspension, although that will not start immediately if Smith chooses to appeal. When Smith was stopped he argued but was ejected after the umpiring crew gathered and examined his glove. Smith was replaced by Tyler Clippard in the ninth inning, who closed out the Diamondbacks’ 4-2 victory. Seattle Mariners' Hector Santiago is the only player who got suspended from baseball this season for using an illegal foreign substance on June 29, 2021. He appealed the suspension and lost.


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Arizona manager Torey Lovullo said that does not believe Smith was using a foreign substance. Zach Buchanan of The Athletic reports that Lovullo said Smith’s hand was “bone dry,” and that Lovullo added, “I believe my player. I stand by my player.” However, according to Bob Nightengale, Lovullo did acknowledge that there were a couple of “hot spots” on Smith’s glove and tweeted, "#Dbacks manager Torey Lovullo says he stands by his player, Caleb Smith, but acknowledges there were a couple of "hot spots'' on the glove. He believes the stickiness was caused from the rosin bag."




What is Caleb Smith's net worth?

Born on July 28, 1991, Caleb Anthony Smith plays for the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball (MLB). Previously, he has played for the New York Yankees and Miami Marlins. Smith completed his graduation from Huntsville High School in Huntsville, Texas and enrolled himself at Sam Houston State University where he played college baseball. In his junior year in 2013, he had a 7–5 win-loss record with a 3.44 earned run average (ERA) over 18 games. 


According to Sportrac, Smith's current contract is worth $1,465,000 per year and his last contract was worth $586,500. In 2019, his contract was $556,500, in 2018, it was of $1,090,000 and in 2017, it was $535,000.

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