Jon Lester Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Jon Lester Celebrity Life

Spending more than 15 seasons playing in the Major League Baseball (MLB), Jon Lester is a professional baseball player, who has done everything possible. He plays a pitcher and uses his left arm to throw the ball.


Personal life

Jon Lester tied the knot with Farrah Stone Johnson on January 9, 2009. The couple got to know each other in 2007, while he was starting in single-A Greenville, as this was part of his rehab program. He has three children, Cy Elizabeth, Walker, and Hudson. Although he had lymphoma in 2006, this didn’t stop him from playing like a champion. He won the 2007 World Series, playing for Red Sox. Against Kansas City Royals in 2008, he threw a no-hitter.

Early life

Jon Lester went to Bellarmine Preparatory School, located in Tacoma, Washington. He picked up MVP and All-Area selection three times. In 2000, He won the Gatorade State Player of the Year in Washington.

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Professional life

During the MLB draft in 2002, the Red Sox picked him up as the 57th selection. While playing for this franchise, he established himself. His record for the club was 11 wins and seven losses while maintaining an earned run average (ERA) of 2.61. His 163 strikeouts while playing for the Portland Sea Dogs from the Class AA Eastern League, was the best in the competition.

While playing in the minor league, there was significant interest in acquiring Jon Lester. Fortunately for the Red Sox, there were able to keep him, despite receiving several offers. In 2006, he became a part of the team roster, due to several key players suffering from injuries. He was able to join the Red Sox, after receiving treatment for his cancer in 2006. He played for Class A Greenville Drive and Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox. 
His start of the season for Red Sox was against Cleveland Indians on July 23. Jon Lester played a crucial role in the franchise winning the 2007 World Series. He got three strikeouts while giving away three walks and three hits.

He was the third pitcher in the history of the World Series, to win such a crucial game, after his first season. Jon Lester continued to play for the Red Sox until 2014. While playing against Kansas City Royals, he recorded a no-hitter, leading his team to a 7 – 0 victory.

In 2009, he signed a five-year contract extension for 30 million. His performance didn’t meet the expectations initially, as he lost twice while allowing the opposition to get 11 runs. When playing against Texas Rangers, he struck out 10 batters in the first six innings.

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The only person to break the no-hitter was Michael Young. In the same season, he managed to strike out 10 batters. This was the sixth time he pulled this feat in the 2009 season.

In 2014, there was a trade offer for Yoenis Céspedes from Oakland Athletics, for Jonny Gomes and Jon Lester. During his tenure with the club, he held a record of 16 wins and 11 losses with 2.46 ERA. He joined the Chicago Cubs in December 2014, after signing a $155 million, six-year contract. In the first season for this franchise, he played 205 innings with an ERA of 3.34, helping the club with 11 times.

In 2016, he helped the Chicago Cubs complete the incredible comeback against Seattle Minors. He got his 2,000th strikeout on August 1, 2017. Thanks to his record of 11 wins and two losses in 2018, he was a part of the 2018 MLB All-Star Game. He ended the 2018 season with 18 wins, six losses, and an ERA of 3.32.

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