Shane Robert Bieber is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball. The Indians drafted Shane in the fourth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft. And soon after, Shane made his MLB debut with Cleveland in 2018 and was named an All-Star in 2019.
|Full Name / Real Name||Shane Robert Bieber|
|Birthday / Date of Birth||31st May 1995|
|Current Residence||Orange, City in California|
|Education||Laguna Hills High School|
|Height||6 feet and 3 inches|
|Net Worth||$2.5 million|
Shane Bieber Early Life: Parents, Family
Shane was born on 31st May 1995 in Orange, California to his mother Kristine Bieber, and his father, Christ Bieber.
His mother, Kristine, worked as a teacher and helped Chris do his essential work when he was a kid. Just like his father Chris, Shane was also passionate about baseball from the very beginning. According to Shane, he along with his father, and his brother, Travis Bieber, used to watch baseball at night while his mother used to shout at them about it. However, the love Shane shares with his family is more than anyone could imagine.
Shane is 6 feet and 3 inches (191 cm) tall, and currently, he weighs around 91 kg (200lbs. in pounds). Since his birthday falls in May, his zodiac sign is Gemini. Shane is a tall, handsome man who has black eyes and short brown hair.
Shane Bieber Career
In the 4th round of the 2016 MLB draft, Shane Bieber was selected by the Cleveland Indians and entered the pros. After the contract, Bieber made his professional debut at the A-class Mahoning Valley Scrappers under the umbrella. He pitched in 8 games (7 starts) and recorded an ERA of 0.38 and 21 strikeouts.
In 2017, Bieber played for A-class Lake County Captains, A class Lynchburg Hillcats, and AA-class Akron RubberDucks, starting in 28 games for the three teams. Bieber won ten matches and five losses with 2.86 and 162 ERA and recorded a strikeout.
In 2018, Bieber started with AA-class Akron and was promoted to AAA-class Columbus Clippers on 3rd May. On 25th May, Shane achieved a no-hitter no- run against the AAA-class Gwinnett Stripers under the Atlanta Braves seven times in the cold while it was raining.
Shane Bieber Contract
On his 23rd birthday on 31st May 2018, Shane signed a significant contract, an active roster. Subsequently, Shane started playing in the Minnesota Twins game on the same day when he made his major debut, throwing 5.2 innings and scoring four goals without winning or losing.
After this match, he was demoted to AAA-class Columbus, but when he won his first major victory with the same card on 17th June, he entered the starting rotation. Shane won four consecutive victories until the match against Kansas City Royals on 3rd July. After that, although sometimes he failed, he threw it out and finished in 20 games with 11 wins and five losses and an ERA of 4.55.
In 2019, Shane was selected as an all-star substitute with a stable record of 8 wins, three losses, and an ERA of 3.45 for the first half. When Shane pitched in the top of the fifth inning in a local Cleveland match, Bieber struck out three consecutive strikeouts and was selected as an MVP. After that, Shane continued to make good pitches, throwing 214.1 times in total for 15 wins, eight losses, an ERA of 3.28 and 259 strikeouts, and three complete games in the league top tier.
On 24th July 2020, Bieber sent 14 strikeouts in the opening game, setting a new record in the Cleveland Indians’ history. In the next round, he made 13 strikeouts in 8 games. He also tied the first two strikeout records of Karl Spooner in 1954 in the regular season.
Shane Bieber Education
Bieber studied at Laguna Hills High School in Laguna Hills, California. At his school, Bieber started playing baseball, which made a significant impact on his life. Bieber’s pitch speed reached the mid-80s as a junior, and his command was robust.
Soon, Shane was recruited to play college baseball at the University of California, Santa Barbara, as a walk-on and did not receive much attention from many other programs.
However, after graduating, Shane enrolled at Santa Barbara, where he started playing for the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos baseball and gained the attention he deserved.
Shane Bieber Girlfriend/ Dating
Love cannot be kept a secret is what they say. And rightly so, Shane Bieber’s love life isn’t a secret too. When one has a beautiful girlfriend, who has supported you through thick and thin, it isn’t fair if you shy away from talking about them.
And, one thing that Shane doesn’t do is shy away from talking about his gorgeous partner, his girlfriend Kara Kavajecz. Shane and his girlfriend have been in a relationship for three years now, for what we know.
But, Kara isn’t just Shane’s girlfriend; she is also his best friend!
From what we know, Shane’s girlfriend, Kara Kavajecz, recently completed her graduation from the University of California- the same college Shane attended. Bieber took his social media post to share this exciting news.
Is Shane Bieber Married? Who is his Wife?
Well, technically speaking, Shane Bieber is married; but to his career. Other than that he is yet to get married and exchange vows with his probable wife.
Bieber is young and has a thriving career ahead of him, which requires his sole dedication. So, for now, Shane definitely cannot have more to take care of on his plate. But having said that, as already mentioned, Shane is in a very healthy relationship with his girlfriend of 3 years, Kara.
If things go just fine between these two beautiful people, Shane might as well go down on his knees soon; who knows? As of now, Shane hasn’t verbally expressed his plans on getting married. But if he makes that decision in the future, we are sure that he will let his fans know immediately.
Shane Bieber Net Worth, Salary 2020
Shane is a fabulous baseball player who is known for many of his outstanding records. He has managed to earn an impressive deal ever since his breakthrough in 2016 after Cleveland Indians selected him. For a single match, it has been estimated that Shane earns more than $35,000, and since he has been playing for more than four years professionally, Shane Bieber’s estimated net worth, for now, is $2.5 million.
Being a young strategic player, Shane has a great future ahead and has yet to earn even more. So, technically speaking, Bieber is expected to make double of what he is already earning in the years to follow. Which only means one thing; a substantial growth in his net worth!
Shane Bieber Social Media
Shane has an Instagram account where he has a following of 51K as of September 2020. Bieber posts usually in a day or two talking about his achievements and his interaction with other people. Shane also has a twitter account where he tweets memes and mostly about baseball games. Currently, his twitter following is at 30k.