Wilk with the New York Mets
|Born: December 9, 1987|
|MLB: May 26, 2011, for the Detroit Tigers|
|KBO: April 2, 2013, for the NC Dinos|
|MLB statistics |
(through 2017 season)
|Earned run average||7.36|
|Earned run average||4.12|
Adam Robert Wilk (born December 9, 1987) is an American professional baseball pitcher who is currently a free agent. He previously played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Detroit Tigers, Los Angeles of Anaheim, New York Mets, and Minnesota Twins as well as in the KBO League with the NC Dinos.
Wilk graduated from Cypress High School in Cypress, California, then attended Long Beach State, and in 2007 played for the Newport Gulls of the NECBL. He still holds the team records for lowest opponent batting average (.153) and fewest hits allowed (25).
On May 26, 2011, Wilk made his major league debut against the Boston Red Sox, relieving Max Scherzer in the middle of the third inning. He pitched 3.2 innings, gave up one unearned run, struck out four batters, two hits, and one walk.
Los Angeles Angels
Tampa Bay Rays
New York Mets
On January 12, 2017, Wilk signed a minor league contract with the New York Mets and was invited to spring training. He was called up to the Mets on May 7, and designated for assignment on May 8.
The Minnesota Twins claimed Wilk on waivers on May 10, 2017. He was designated for assignment on May 27, 2017, and outrighted to Triple-A two days later. On June 18, Wilk was again designated for assignment. He was released four days later.
Wilk was noted for his community involvement while with the Toledo Mud Hens. In the 2012–2013 offseason, he began his own non-profit organization, the Adam Wilk Foundation. His dad passed away when he was very young, and his mother is an English teacher at Jordan High School in Long Beach, Ca. Disparate of his fathers passing he studied his whole way to carry his fathers name. He is the older brother of 2. 
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