Who Is Trayce Thompsons Wife, Jillian Thompson?

Trayce Thompson Wife

Trayce Thompson’s wife, Jillian Thompson, is known as a former Northern Michigan University football star. 

Since she doesn’t use most social media sites and has kept her Instagram account private, not much is known about her.

Trayce and his wife Jillian prefer to keep a low profile, particularly online.

Furthermore, Jillian made a special appearance to support her spouse at the World Baseball Classic this year (WBC). 

Jillian secretly gave birth to a child in the late spring of 2021 with his life companion Thompson. The amazing, endearing Baby Thompson is said to have been delivered in July 2021. 

With the couple’s infant in tow, Jillian Thompson posted a video greeting in advance of the World Baseball Classic wishing Trayce luck as he represents Team Great Britain. She uttered:

“Hi dada! We just wanted to wish you good luck in the World Baseball Classic. We’re so proud and excited for you to represent Team Great Britain. We love you so much and we can’t wait to see you soon.”

Trayce Thompson, known as an outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers, is off to an outstanding start to the 2023 MLB season and a fantastic World Baseball Classic.

Trayce Thompson hits three home runs for the Dodgers, creating some unique history

Trayce Thompson, an outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers, hit three home runs in his team’s 10-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday. 

He surpassed everyone else in the contest by more than double with eight RBIs.

In Dodgers annals, Thompson is the eighth player to have eight RBI in a single game. The only players in the organization to have more than that are James Loney and Hall of Famer Gil Hodges, who both had games with nine RBIs.

However, none of those achievements stand out as the most distinctive feature of his performance.

While contributing to his team’s victory, Thompson showed remarkable consistency. His three home runs had an exit speed of 107.5 mph.

Since Statcast started monitoring it, a player’s home runs have had different departure velocities in a single game, according to MLB.com’s Sarah Langs.

Of course, Statcast only began monitoring these figures in 2015. However, it still appears probable that this is a remarkably unusual occurrence.

J.D. Martinez of the Diamondbacks, who also hit a home ball on Saturday with an exit velocity of 107.4 mph, just a tenth faster than Thompson’s, almost joined the repeating momentum.

That each of Thompson’s home runs was hit by a different hurler added to this.

The 32-year-old hit a grand slam off Arizona southpaw Madison Bumgarner in the first inning of his first at-bat of the year, giving the Dodgers a 5-0 advantage.

Thompson effortlessly went deep against a right-hander as well. In the sixth inning, his second home run off Kevin Ginkel went for three runs. 

Thompson snapped his string with a solo home run off Carlos Vargas in the eighth.

With his three home runs on Saturday, Thompson shares the early league record with C.J. Cron, the first baseman for the Colorado Rockies.

Only three players have multiple home runs in a contest year, including two: Texas Rangers designated hitter Mitch Garver of Texas Rangers and outfielder Adam Duvall of the Boston Red Sox.

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