Sean Gilmartin, southpaw pitcher, helped advance the Mets to the World Series as a rookie in 2015, but in the two seasons following, he was not as successful (via Heavy). The baseball player spent the next few years playing between the minor and major leagues, and was signed by the Tampa Bay Rays in February 2020. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much ball being played in the spring and early summer of 2020 (via CBS).
A contract with Tampa was beneficial for Gilmartin, as he was able to be the anchor his family needed during that time. In an interview with the Tampa Bay Times, Kayleigh McEnany stated that, “Having Sean in Tampa means a lot more trips back to our permanent residence,” and went on to say, “With a 3-month-old and me in a different state on the campaign trail almost daily, having Sean in Tampa is incredibly helpful.”
While he doesn’t typically speak publicly on his political views, he did tell the Tampa Bay Times that they align with his those of his wife. Furthermore, the couple is dedicated to “… raising our beautiful daughter and raising a family that walks in the footsteps of Christ” (via Tampa Bay Times).