Chad Kuhl 2022 Highlights | Baseball Is Everything

MLB pitcher Chad Kuhl posted on Instagram Thursday to announce that he’s not looking for any contract offers to play baseball right now, as he steps away from the mound to care for his wife, Amanda, who is battling cancer.

Chad Kuhl 2022 Highlights | Baseball Is Everything

“I’ve taken some time to reflect on these past few weeks and where I’m currently at I want to thank the @nationals and their fans for welcoming us and to those who have donated their time and money for the #cancerisntkuhl campaign & @nats4good we are especially grateful,” Kuhl wrote on his Instagram story.

“While I’ve received offers to continue to play this season I have made the choice for my family to stay in (the) DC area for the time being and have Amanda continue to get the best care possible. I’ve decided to be with her through the course of chemo and radiation.”

The Washington Nationals released Chad Kuhl after he racked up an 8.45 ERA in 38.1 innings of work this year. However, the 30-year-old veteran said he’s still determined to return to baseball after dealing with his wife’s medical struggles.


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Chad Kuhl is a Delaware native who was a college star for the Blue Hens before being drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the ninth round of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft.

The 6’3″ righty was originally tabbed to be a starter, but he would eventually stick around as a reliever at the big-league level. He debuted in The Show early in the 2016 season, getting a win over the Dodgers, 4-3.

The right-hander is a seven-year veteran who has spent time with three teams, the vast majority of which coming with the Pirates from 2016-2021. Chad Kuhl has a career ERA of 4.98 over 615 innings in the major leagues.

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