Cary Merritt is the lovely mother of MLB rookie player, Bryan Merritt. Her 24-year-old who currently plays for the Cleveland Indians has taken his turn in the postseason spotlight.
Merritt’s major league resume consists of 11 innings in the regular season this year. He made one start, holding Kansas City to a run and three hits in five innings Sept. 30.
The Indians left-hander is the organization’s 2014 Minor League Pitcher of the Year. He was called up to the Majors this May when the Indians sent Joba Chamberlain to the disabled list with a left intercostal strain.
Merritt, 24, was 3-4 with a 2.94 ERA in eight starts with Triple-A Columbus. Last season, he went 13-3 with a 2.58 ERA in Class A Carolina. He attended McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas –where he developed a reputation for his top-notch fastball command.
Accoridng to mlb.com, when he received the news he was heading to the Majors, Merritt said his dad was his first call. Merritt’s father and brother made the trip from the Dallas area, so if Merritt gets the call in this series, they will be here to see how he handles the whirlwind of emotions.
It’s pretty easy to tell, Cary Merritt will also be there to witness her son’s big moment.
Not much more is known about Merritt’s personal life. We can’t really assure whether he is in a relationship or if he is currently single. What we can tell you instead is about probably the most important woman in his life these days. That would be his mother, Cary Merritt.
According to her social media info, Cary Merrit is originally from Green Bay, Wisconsin. She also goes by Cary Hussin Merritt Emmons.
Cary Merritt and her husband are also the parents of son, Seth and daughter, Hannah Rose Merritt.
You can check out the pretty mom on Facebook here.