I’m an MLB icon with record for fastest pitch ever

  I’m an MLB icon with record for fastest pitch ever but got the yips and now have very ordinary day job alongside my wife

The 53-year-old World Series champion left baseball to work with his wife Kimberly in a rҽal estate venture.

In Massacutteus, Wohlers was a standout high school baseball player. He was chosen by the Atlanta Braves in the eighth round of the MLB amateur draft in 1998, and he advanced fast through the organization.

Wohlers played a crucial role for the Braves. He was a hard-throwing reliever whose fastball had a maximum speed of 103 MPH.

At the time, it pitch ranked third among all baseball pitches ever recorded.

Jim Leyritz, the catcher for the New York Yankees, hιt a three-run home run that ended the series for him.

Wohlers appeared to lose all composure and confidence on the mound as a result.

He was demoted to Triple-A and performed much worse there because his walk rate and ERA increased. Wohlers played for four clubs throughout his 12 seasons in the MLB: the Braves, Cincinnati Reds, New York Yankees, and Cleveland Indians (now the Guardians).

After retiring in 2002, he returned to Atlanta and joined forces with Kimberly to launch a real estate company.

Residential real estate agents Wohlers and his wife operate under the name Team Wohlers.