Acquired: Drafted in the 10th round of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft (ARI).
Most Recent Stats at Time of Debut
|2-1 with a 3.33 ERA and 17 saves in 41 games at Reno (Triple-A), striking out 58 and walking 10 in 46 innings, and allowing 37 hits for a .223 BAA.|
Info & MLB Debut Date
Recalled from Reno on August 20, along with RHP Braden Shipley, when RHPs Silvino Bracho and J.J. Hoover were sent down.
MLB Debut Date: 08/20/17
|August 20, in a 12-5 loss to the Twins. The third of four pitchers, he tossed one perfect inning, striking out two. Of 16 pitches, nine were for strikes. Coming on to start the bottom of the seventh inning in relief of right-handed reliever Braden Shipley, he got Brian Dozier to ground out to shortstop before striking out Eddie Rosario looking on a full count and then striking out Bryan Buxton swinging.|
|The Univerity of Oregon product was a mid-season Pacific Coast League All-Star for the Aces and is ranked by Baseball America as the Diamondbacks' No. 17 prospect coming into 2017 thanks in large part to a fastball in the upper 90s and a plus slider. He's also added a curveball and changeup to his arsenal. After a rough 2015, he made a concerted and successful effort to make improvements on and off the mound and it has shown. He boasts a career .218 BAA over four-plus seasons, and in 2016, when he combined for 30 saves between Visalia (High A), Mobile (Double-A) and Reno he tied for second in saves in the minors, off the lead by just one save as he limited batters to a combined .169 against in 55 1/3 innings, fanning 79 while walking just 24 and allowing 31 hits.|