Sometimes, the journey to the big leagues can be a long and arduous one.
Staying in the big leagues is even tougher, but getting there is hard enough.
Fisher threw three scoreless innings against the Philadelphia Phillies yesterday, starting off his Major League career in style, but he’s had to work hard to get there.
After spending a little time with the Seattle Mariners, he was released after just one year.
After that, he moved home, got his MBA, and began working at a bank.
Below is a screenshot of his resume on LinkedIn, and it’s a pretty impressive resume to say the least.
Nate Fisher began his pro baseball career in 2019, only to be released after one season.
He moved home, got his MBA, and started working at a bank.
After being out of baseball 14 months ago, Fisher just made his MLB debut with the Mets.
He's updated his LinkedIn accordingly 💼 pic.twitter.com/MjUr9lCRUy
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) August 21, 2022
A Perfect Resume
Not many people can say that they’ve been with two Major League organizations and worked at a bank.
But Fisher can.
This has to be the coolest resume in all of baseball.
Here’s a guy who has had to work twice as hard as anybody else to get to the big leagues.
He had been out of baseball 14 months ago.
But here he is, starting his MLB career and doing it with a team that has its sights set on winning a World Series, and he pitched three scoreless innings against a Phillies offense that has been tearing it up this season.
In those three innings, he allowed just one run and walked two, while also recording his first career strikeout.
After such a long journey and many hours on LinkedIn structuring his resume, he has earned himself a spot on a Major League roster and also has the coolest resume of anybody in baseball.