Over the past several years, Toronto Blue Jays' pitcher Marcus Stroman has been developing into one of baseball’s most dangerous hurlers. Racking up 40 wins in his young career, the Blue Jays' ace's stats have been impressive ever since he made his debut and has quickly become one of Toronto’s rising stars that has made the baseball world pay close attention.
Athletically, his coming out party came after the 2016 season when he was named MVP of the World Baseball Classic. Stroman made three starts, racking up an ERA of 2.35 in 15 ⅓ innings pitched which included an impressive six hitless innings against Puerto Rico in the championship game.
However, Stroman's success on the diamond stands for so much more, as evidenced by his lifestyle line HDMH—Height Doesn't Measure Heart. Stroman built HDMH to inspire undersized, underdog athletes, a position Marcus knows well.