ABOUT ME

Sterling Sharp is an activist, philanthropist, community leader, and professional baseball player for the Washington Nationals.

Originally from North Farmington, Michigan; Sterling grew up with a love for sports and excelled in both baseball and basketball in high school.

His senior year as a pitcher he was ranked the #7 prospect in Michigan and was chosen in the 30th round of the 2013 MLB Draft by the Atlanta Braves, but instead chose to attend Eastern Michigan University.

From EMU Sterling transferred to Darton State College, and then pitched at Drury University before being selected in the 22nd round of the 2016 MLB Draft by the Washington Nationals.

Through 2016-2019 at the Single-A and Double-A levels, he had a combined record of 25-21 with a 3.71 ERA and pitched in the prestigious Arizona Fall League.

Following the 2019 season, he was selected 3rd overall in the MLB Rule 5 Draft by the Miami Marlins and made his MLB Debut on August 5, 2020.

Following the 2020 season, Sterling was returned by the Marlins to the Washington Nationals where he continues his MLB Career.

Off the field, Sterling has continuously found ways to give back to his community through volunteer work, media appearances, public speaking, coaching, mentoring, and by establishing the “Sharpest Player of the Year Award” – an annual essay contest that awards scholarship money to deserving young black baseball players to help offset the rising costs of travel baseball.

Sterling Sharp is an activist, philanthropist, community leader, and professional baseball player for the Washington Nationals.

Through 2016-2019 at the Single-A and Double-A levels, he had a combined record of 25-21 with a 3.71 ERA and pitched in the prestigious Arizona Fall League.

Following the 2019 season, he was selected 3rd overall in the MLB Rule 5 Draft by the Miami Marlins and made his MLB Debut on August 5, 2020.

Following the 2020 season, Sterling was returned by the Marlins to the Washington Nationals where he continues his MLB Career.

Off the field, Sterling has continuously found ways to give back to his community through volunteer work, media appearances, public speaking, coaching, mentoring, and by establishing the “Sharpest Player of the Year Award” – an annual essay contest that awards scholarship money to deserving young black baseball players to help offset the rising costs of travel baseball.

Originally from North Farmington, Michigan; Sterling grew up with a love for sports and excelled in both baseball and basketball in high school.

His senior year as a pitcher he was ranked the #7 prospect in Michigan and was chosen in the 30th round of the 2013 MLB Draft by the Atlanta Braves, but instead chose to attend Eastern Michigan University.

From EMU Sterling transferred to Darton State College, and then pitched at Drury University before being selected in the 22nd round of the 2016 MLB Draft by the Washington Nationals.

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