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Jeremy  Affeldt

Jeremy Affeldt

Three-Time World Series Champion, Humanitarian & Philanthropist

Jeremy Affeldt

Three-Time World Series Champion, Humanitarian & Philanthropist


Jeremy Affeldt is a Three-Time World Series Champion, humanitarian and philanthropist, speaker, author, broadcaster, and family man. His 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 World Champion teams, 2010, 2012, and 2014.

He has 22 straight scoreless post season appearances since allowing one run in Game 1 of the 2010 World Series, one shy of Mariano Rivera's record. He retired from baseball on Sunday, October 4, 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 co-founder of Generation Alive, a non-profit organization that works to teach and inspire a generation of young people to act by serving others.

He is the author of To Stir A Movement, Life, Justice and Major League Baseball, is a television analyst on NBC Bay Area, heard weekly on KNBR Radio, and is a special ambassador with the San Francisco Giants.  He was featured in a national television commercial for General Motors Corporation, ‘Precision Matters Fastball’, and a national digital commercial for CarMax and Major League Baseball, ‘Drive What Matters.’

Jeremy is a devoted family man and is married to his high school sweetheart, Larisa. They are the parents of three boys, Walker, Logan and Kolt. They make their home at Skud Ranch in Boerne, Texas.

Speaker Videos

Using a Platform to Start a Movement

Hope As Strength

Finding Purpose Through Baseball

Speech Topics

Performance Under Pressure

The Power of Permission

Leadership Lessons from the Playing Field to the Boardroom

Teamwork in Pressure Situations

What’s Poverty Got to Do With It? Modern Day Slavery & Human Trafficking

To Stir a Movement: Life, Justice & Major League Baseball