Generation Alive Co-Founder
Three-time World Series Champion, San Francisco Giants
Jeremy Affeldt is a major league baseball pitcher, philanthropist, humanitarian, public speaker and author. He baseball career spanned 14-years with the Kansas City Royals, Colorado Rockies, Cincinnati Reds and the last seven years with the San Francisco Giants. He played on all three Giants World Champion teams, 2010, 2012, and 2014. For his career, Affeldt has a record of 2-0, 0.86 ERA in 33 post season games, the third-lowest in history among pitchers with at least 30 innings. He had 22 straight scoreless post season appearances, one shy of Mariano Rivera's record retired from baseball in 2015.
Jeremy is an active leader to end human trafficking and modern day slavery and is an advocate to support and feed the hungry at home and around the globe.
He is the author of To Stir A Movement, Life, Justice and Major League Baseball and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and Medium.com.
Jeremy, his wife Larisa and three boys make their home in Spokane, Washington.