Born on May 1st, 1991, Marcus Earl Stroman is a Major League Baseball (MLB) player from the United States, currently playing for the Chicago Cubs. His mother and father are Adlin Auffant and Earl Stroman, respectively.
- He made his Major League Baseball (MLB) debut in 2014.
- He previously played in MLB for the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets.
Stroman is listed as 5 7 inches (5 feet 7 inches) (1.70 m) and is one of the six pitchers with a height less than 5’10 inches (1.78 m) who can make a debut at an MLB level. Stroman was a student at Duke University and played college baseball for the Duke Blue Devils.
The player made his MLB debut for the Blue Jays in 2014. The year after, he won the World Baseball Classic MVP. Following the regular season, Stroman won the award in the 2017 Gold Glove Award.
In addition, Stroman was named an All-Star in the year 2019, in addition to his team the Blue Jays traded him to the Mets during the season 2019.
Adlin Auffant, Mother Of Marcus Stroman
Adlin Auffant is the owner of a couple of nursing businesses and is located in Medford, New York. She’s originally from Puerto Rico, and she and her son share an unbreakable bond.
Before Marcus was born, Auffant was married to Elias Adelin Santos who was also the father of the most senior child, Sabria Santos. Adlin was a big admirer of Marcus’s career in baseball as was Marcus’s father. Although she divorced her father, it didn’t affect how close they were.
Earl Stroman, Marcus’s Father
He is an investigator for the Suffolk County police in the Financial Crime Unit. He’s been an officer for over 34 years. In a recent interview, the cop talks about how difficult it is to obtain an African American police officer hired.
He says that the officers “don’t have a place to live” which is putting their life at risk because of the racism and negative notions police have regarding African American issues.
After he split up with Marcus’s mom, Earl remarried a beautiful redhead named Michaela. Michaela gave birth to Jayden, Marcus’s younger brother.