Graduated from Sandra Day O’Connor High School in Glendale, Ariz. in 2018. ..Batted .419 (116-277) with 32 HR, 118 RBI and 115 runs scored in his high school career. ..Hit .421 with 10 HR, 46 walks and a .640 OBP his senior season, helping lead O’Connor High School to the Arizona High School Class 6A State Championship over Mountain Ridge (7-1), playing against Matthew Liberatore ..Is friend and former childhood teammate of Cardinals minor league pitcher Matthew Liberatore...Both Gorman and Liberatore played on the same Gold Medal-winning World Cup team in 2017 in Canada...Named First Team Arizona High School All-State from 2016-18...Won the 2017 High School Home Run Derby at Marlins Park during All-Star Week in Miami...A few weeks later, won the 2017 Under Armour High School All-America Game B45 Home Run Derby at Wrigley Field...Signed his letter of intent to the University of Arizona...Resides in Pompano Beach, Fla.
Home Runs (14, T5th), walks (28, T10th), XBH (27, T7th), GW RBI (five, T5th). ..Played in 89 games in St. Louis and ranked T4th on the team with 14 home runs. Hit 30 home runs between St. Louis (14) and Memphis (16)...Hit 11 of 14 home runs with two strikes, T8th among N.L. players...Batted .344 (11-32, HR) on the season when putting the ball in play on the first pitch...All 14 HR and & 33 of 35 RBI were vs. RHP; saw only 19 at-bats vs. left-handed pitchers...Made his MLB debut at PIT (5/20) and recorded a single in his first plate appearance coming off Zach Thompson...Hit safely in each of his first three games (5/20-22 at PIT) and batted .387 (12-31, 2 HR) in 10 games during the month of May...Hit his first home run off Adrian Houser vs. MIL (5/28), a 449'blast, ranking as the second-longest home run by a Cardinals player in 2022...Averaged 410’ per home run and hit two of the six longest home runs by the Cardinals...Batted .545 (6-11, HR, seven RBI) in his first eight games with a plate appearance with runners in scoring position...His 11 HR while playing as a second baseman tied for the most by a Cards rookie second baseman since Kolten Wong (11) in 2014. ..Hit the second of four consecutive record-setting first inning HR's by the Cardinals at PHI (7/2). ..Became the first Cardinals player in franchise history to record a four-hit/four-RBI game in one of his first 10 MLB games (5/28 vs. MIL). The most recent MLB player since Jose Siri (HOU, 2021, sixth game)...Hit home runs in consecutive games twice during the season...Named International League Player of the Month for April while playing in 19 games at Memphis (AAA). Batted .338 with 11 HR, 16 RBI and posted a 1.201 OPS. 13 of his 25 hits during the month went for extra bases.
Invited to Major League Spring Training for the second consecutive year, both seasons entering as the Cardinals 2nd-youngest player in camp behind catcher Ivan Herrera... Hit .279/.333/.481 with a .814 OPS in 119 games between Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA), setting career highs in hits (134), home runs (25), RBI (75), runs scored (71), total bases (231), and stolen bases (7)... Led the Cardinals minor league system in plate appearances (523), at-bats (480), hits, and total bases, and shared the organizational lead in games played (119)... Appeared defensively in 77 games at second base, committing seven errors in 349 total chances (.980 fielding pct.). Also appeared in 32 games at third base... Hit 13 home runs as a second baseman, T6th-most by any minor league second baseman... Among Cardinals minor league second baseman since 2005, only Aaron Herr (21 for AA-Springfield in 2005) and Jarrett Hoffpauir (14 for AAA-Memphis in 2009) have hit more home runs in a single season... Decreased his strikeout total from 152 in 2019 (512 PA) to 115 in 2021 (523 PA)... Hit combined .305 (110-361) off right-handers and .202 (24-119) off left-handed pitchers...Began the season in Springfield, hitting .288/.354/.508 (51-177) with 11 home runs, six doubles and a .862 OPS in 43 games... Opened the season as the 4th-youngest player in the Double-A Central League, behind C.J Abrams, Bobby Witt Jr., and teammate Iván Herrera... Averaged a home run every 17.73 plate appearances... Named Double-A Central Player of the Week for the June 7-13 period... Blasted seven home runs over six games, hitting .346/.393/1.154 (9-26) with nine runs, 12 RBIs and two walks... Hit three home runs in his first three at-bats on 6/12 vs. Arkansas (AA-Mariners), one day after hitting two homers against the Travelers (6/11)... His three-homer game was the first in Springfield Cardinals regular season history... Promoted to Memphis on 6/29...After batting .103 (4-39) with four singles in his first 10 games with the Redbirds, finished his season hitting .299/.345/.519 (79-264) with 14 home runs, 14 doubles, 46 RBI and a .864 OPS in his final 66 games to end the season... Hit .316/.364/.561 (31-98) with a .926 OPS in 25 August games, his most successful month of the season... Started at third base for the National League in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Coors Field. Went 1-for-2 with a run scored and an RBI double in the third inning... Played an injury-shortened season with the Glendale Dessert Dogs of the Arizona Fall League...Hit .375/.565/.625 (6-18) with a home run, eight runs scored, and a 1.190 OPS in six games. Started five games at second base... Named to the Fall Stars Game, but did not appear due to a hamstring injury... Named the Double-A Central League's Best Defensive Third Baseman in Baseball America's Best Tools Survey by league managers... Following the season, named the No. 8 prospect of the Double-A Central League by Baseball America.
Did not play due to the COVID-19 protocols eliminating the 2020 season...Trained at the Alternate Training Site in Springfield, Mo., but did not travel as a member of the Taxi Squad.