From the Southland to The Show: September pro baseball update
League lays claim to 75 professional baseball players, including 12 major leaguers
FRISCO, Texas – A total of 75 Southland Conference baseball alumni are currently playing professional baseball in 2019. Below is an update on all active players. Statistics are through September 17, 2019. Click on each player’s name to access updated stats.
Former Southland stars appeared on seven league champions’ rosters: Trenton Thunder, Eastern League (Double-A); Jackson Generals, Southern League (Double-A); Visalia Rawhide, California League (Advanced-A); Lexington Legends, South Atlantic League (Single-A); Brooklyn Cyclones, New York-Penn League (Short-A); Hillsboro Hops, Northwest League (Short-A); Idaho Falls Chukars, Pioneer League (Rookie Advanced).
Jonathan Davis (Central Arkansas) – Toronto Blue Jays
The three-time All-Southland Conference pick is in his third major-league stint after having his contract selected by the Blue Jays on Sept. 3. Davis is batting .151 with three runs scored and three RBI in 27 games for Toronto this season. He recorded his first multi-hit performance in the big leagues with a 2-for-3 outing on Sept. 7 against Tampa Bay. In 82 games with Triple-A Buffalo, the Camden, Ark., native was reaching base at a .382 clip and ranked second on the team in runs (64), doubles (19) and walks (40).
Hunter Dozier (Stephen F. Austin) – Kansas City Royals
The 2013 Southland Conference Player and Hitter of the Year is tied for third among MLB hitters with nine triples and ranks 14th among American League hitters in slugging (.542) and OPS (.900). Dozier is second on the team in home runs (26), RBI (82) and walks (53), and third in hits (138) and batting average (.286). Over the last 15 games, he has a slash line of .345/.379/.564 with seven RBI, seven runs and a pair of home runs.
Paul Goldschmidt (Texas State) – St. Louis Cardinals
The two-time Southland Conference Hitter of the Year (2008-09) leads the club in hits (143), home runs (31), RBI (89) and walks (72) and ranks second on the team in runs (88). He recorded just his second multi-homer performance of the year against Milwaukee on Sept. 13, blasting a grand slam and a three-run shot to fuel the Cardinals’ 10-0 win. In the month of July, Goldschmidt led the National League in home runs (11), RBI (27) and slugging percentage (.725).
Chi Chi Gonzalez (Oral Roberts) – Colorado Rockies
In his first year in the Rockies’ organization, the 2013 Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year has had four stints at the MLB level this season and is 1-6 with 32 strikeouts across 52 innings in 12 appearances. He’s recorded a trio of quality starts in his most recent big-league stay, including his first major-league win since 2015 after holding St. Louis to one run on four hits in six frames with four punchouts. Gonzalez has a 2.20 ERA through three starts in the month of Sept..
Kyle Keller (Southeastern Louisiana) – Miami Marlins
Making his second appearance in the big leagues, Keller was recalled by the Marlins on Aug. 25. He has eight strikeouts through 6.2 innings in seven appearances for Miami this season, including striking out the side in a perfect inning of relief against Cincinnati on Aug. 28. Major-league batters are hitting just .200 off Keller. He was 2-3 with 73 strikeouts in 54 innings across 37 appearances with Triple-A New Orleans and his 10 saves were second on the team.
Wade Miley (Southeastern Louisiana) – Houston Astros
The 2008 Southland Conference strikeouts leader has provided much-needed depth to the Astros rotation with a 14-5 record and 3.71 ERA through 31 starts. Miley ranks third on the squad in wins, innings pitched (162.1) and strikeouts (138). The Hammond, La., native is 7-1 with five quality starts since the beginning of July, including a season-long eight-inning outing on July 23 against Oakland. Miley punched out a season-high nine batters in a May 29 start against the Cubs.
Ryan O’Hearn (Sam Houston State) – Kansas City Royals
In his second year with the Royals, O’Hearn is batting .186 with 38 walks, 31 RBI, 30 runs and 13 home runs in 96 games. He hit a pair of solo home runs in a three-game series with the White Sox Sept. 10-12, bringing his Sept. long-ball tally up to three. O’Hearn has been a mainstay with 83 starts at first base, and he has made just three errors in 697 chances with 24 assists and 76 double-plays. Among Royals with at least 300 chances, he is tied for third with a .996 fielding percentage.
Hunter Pence (UT Arlington) – Texas Rangers
The longest-tenured active major leaguer out of the Southland Conference, Pence ranks second on the team in slugging percentage (.552) and third in batting average (.297) and OPS (.910). In his last seven games before hitting the injured list with a lower back strain on Aug. 27, the league’s 2004 Player and Hitter of the Year was batting .375 with a .464 on-base percentage and four RBI. He tallied three RBI against the Angels on Aug. 21, including a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth.
Jordan Romano (Oral Roberts) – Toronto Blue Jays
The 2014 Southland Conference Relief Pitcher of the Year was recalled by the Blue Jays on Aug. 22 for his second big-league stint. Romano is 0-2 with a 5.23 ERA and 16 strikeouts in 10.1 innings across 12 appearances. He tossed back-to-back innings of scoreless relief against Houston on Aug. 31 and at Atlanta on Sept. 3. Romano struck out five batters over 1.2 innings out of the bullpen against the Red Sox on June 21. He was 2-2 with 53 strikeouts across 38.2 innings in 25 games for Triple-A Buffalo.
Caleb Smith (Sam Houston State) – Miami Marlins
In his second season with the Marlins, Smith is 9-10 with a 4.24 ERA through 26 starts and leads the team in wins and strikeouts (164). In the month of July, he went 4-0 and struck out 37 batters over 31 innings, including back-to-back outings with nine strikeouts to close out the month. Smith had a WHIP of 0.97 in that span, and opposing batters hit just .174 off the lefty. He had his second scoreless outing on Sept. 7, scattering just four hits over six innings with eight strikeouts.
Ryan Tepera (Sam Houston State) – Toronto Blue Jays
After missing the first three weeks of the season with right elbow inflammation, Tepera pitched 11 innings out of the bullpen and picked up two holds before returning to the IL on May 21 with elbow impingement. He had elbow surgery on May 29 and began long tossing on July 29. Tepera was activated from the 60-day injured list on Sept. 2 and struck out the side in his first game back that night. He is 0-2 with a 5.94 ERA and 12 strikeouts in 16.2 innings this season.
Jose Trevino (Oral Roberts) – Texas Rangers
The two-time All-Southland pick is batting .273 with 10 RBI and 15 runs scored through 32 games in his second stint with the Rangers after the major-league club recalled the catcher on Aug. 1. Trevino hit his first major-league home run in an 8-7 win over the Angels on Aug. 19 and added a second in a 7-0 road win over the Yankees on Sept. 2. Over his last 15 games, he has a slash line of .348/.360/.543 with seven RBI, 10 runs and a home run.
Preston Beck (UT Arlington) – Nashville Sounds
In his eighth year in the Rangers farm system, Beck hit .258 with 57 runs, 55 RBI and 11 home runs with Double-A Frisco and Triple-A Nashville. After reaching base at a .333 clip in 99 games with Frisco, he was called up to Nashville, where he hit .340 with nine RBI and six runs.
Jonathan Dziedzic (Lamar) – Omaha Storm Chasers
Dziedzic went 3-3 with a save, a 5.25 ERA and 35 strikeouts in 58.1 innings in his fifth season with the Royals’ Triple-A team. He struck out a season-high five batters on two occasions: against New Orleans on April 15 and against Oklahoma City on May 27.
Louis Head (Texas State) – Oklahoma City Dodgers
In his first year with the Dodgers organization, Head went 3-2 with a save, a 6.34 ERA and 40 strikeouts in 32.2 innings with Double-A Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City. He tied a career high with five punchouts against Arkansas on April 14.
Nick Heath (Northwestern State) – Omaha Storm Chasers
The two-time Southland Conference stolen bases leader tallied 60 stolen bases in 105 games with Double-A Northwest Arkansas and Triple-A Omaha in his fourth year with the Royals franchise. He hit .255 with a .345 on-base percentage, 72 runs and 36 RBI.
Adam Moore (UT Arlington) – Omaha Storm Chasers
In his seventh-straight season at the Triple-A level, the 2006 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year hit .233 with 21 RBI and 18 runs scored in 43 games at Triple-A. The Rangers traded Moore to Kansas City on Aug. 7.
Jace Peterson (McNeese) – Norfolk Tides
The two-time First Team All-Southland pick posted a slash line of .313/.398/.512 with 46 RBI, 58 runs and 13 stolen bases in 90 games for Baltimore’s Triple-A affiliate. In two big-league stints, Peterson hit .220 with 11 RBI, 14 runs and four stolen bases in 29 games.
Ty Tice (Central Arkansas) – Buffalo Bisons
Tice went 3-4 with a 2.34 ERA, four saves and 64 strikeouts through 57.2 innings in his third year with the Blue Jays farm system. He appeared in 46 contests with Double-A New Hampshire and Triple-A Buffalo.
Colton Turner (Texas State) – Charlotte Knights
Serving his third stint with the White Sox’ Triple-A squad, Turner went 4-4 with a 5.78 ERA and 102 strikeouts through 93.2 innings. He had a 1.25 ERA, a 0.88 WHIP and 23 strikeouts over his last 21.2 innings.
Will Vest (Stephen F. Austin) – Toledo Mud Hens
In his third year with the Tigers organization, Vest went 3-5 with a 3.27 ERA, eight saves and 58 strikeouts through 55 innings. He appeared in 37 games for Double-A Erie, Advanced-A Lakeland and Triple-A Toledo.
Drew Avans (Southeastern Louisiana) – Tulsa Drillers
The two-time All-Southland selection posted a slash line of .280/.344/.427 with 64 runs, 40 RBI and 24 steals in 112 games with Class-A Great Lakes, Advanced-A Rancho Cucamonga and Double-A Tulsa.
Andro Cutura (Southeastern Louisiana) – Pensacola Blue Wahoos
In his fourth year with the Twins franchise, the 2014 Southland Conference wins and strikeouts leader went 2-4 with a 5.04 ERA and 35 strikeouts through 50 innings. Cutura struck out a season-high seven batters in five innings in a June 11 start.
Josh Green (Southeastern Louisiana) – Jackson Generals
Arizona’s No. 21 prospect went 11-5 with a 2.71 ERA and 101 strikeouts through 126.1 innings. Green made 14 of his 22 starts for Advanced-A Visalia, where he led the California League in wins at 9-1 and ranked second in ERA (1.73) before his July 12 promotion.
Bryce Johnson (Sam Houston State) – Richmond Flying Squirrels
In his third year with the Giants farm system, the two-time Southland hits leader hit .255 with 68 runs, 44 RBI and 26 stolen bases for Advanced-A San Jose and Double-A Richmond. Johnson was called up on June 25 after reaching base at a .365 clip in Advanced-A.
Nolan Riggs (Sam Houston State) – Richmond Flying Squirrels
Although he spent much of his sixth season with the Giants organization on the injured list, Riggs struck out six batters without a walk through 5.1 scoreless innings in three games for Double-A Richmond.
Addison Russ (Houston Baptist) – Reading Fightin Phils
In his third season with the Phillies franchise, Russ appeared in an Eastern League-high 55 games and ranked third in the league with 22 saves. He went 5-6 with a 2.54 ERA and 81 strikeouts in 56.2 innings.
Tate Scioneaux (Southeastern Louisiana) – Hartford Yard Goats
The 2014 Southland Conference Tournament MVP went 5-2 with a save and 54 strikeouts through 40.1 innings in his third-straight season at the Double-A level. Scioneaux was released by Pittsburgh on June 21 but signed a day later by Colorado.
Shawn Semple (New Orleans) – Trenton Thunder
In his third year with the Yankees farm system, Semple went 3-7 with a 4.54 ERA and 121 strikeouts through 127 innings. He appeared in 26 games, including 20 starts, with Class-A Charleston, Advanced-A Tampa, Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
Cole Stapler (Nicholls) – Jackson Generals
Stapler went 7-6 with a 3.05 ERA and 126 strikeouts through 124 innings in his third year with the Diamondbacks’ organization. After getting his Double-A call-up on July 1, he went 4-0 with a 2.57 ERA and punched out 39 batters in 49 frames.
Class A Advanced
Kyle Arjona (New Orleans) – Clearwater Threshers
A member of the 2018 Southland Conference All-Tournament Team, Arjona went 1-2 with a 4.26 ERA and 31 strikeouts through 44.1 innings in 24 games with Triple-A Lehigh Valley and Advanced-A Clearwater.
Tyler Depreta-Johnson (Houston Baptist) – Down East Wood Ducks
In his second season with the Rangers franchise, the 2018 Third-Team All-Southland selection hit .196 with 19 RBI and 18 runs in 73 games with Triple-A Nashville, Single-A Hickory and Advanced-A Down East.
Jameson Fisher (Southeastern Louisiana) – Winston-Salem Dash
The 2016 Southland Conference Player of the Year led the Carolina League in walks (72) and ranked second in doubles (30) in his fourth year with the White Sox farm system. Fisher led the team in runs (62).
Aaron Hernandez (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi) – Inland Empire 66ers
The Angels’ No. 14 prospect, Hernandez went 1-4 with a 4.46 ERA and 81 strikeouts through 72.2 innings in 20 games for the Angels’ Advanced-A affiliate. He struck out a career-high seven batters twice in four-inning starts on April 29 and Aug. 23.
Collin Kober (McNeese) – Modesto Nuts
In his third year with the Mariners organization, Kober went 4-2 with a 3.45 ERA, two saves and 91 strikeouts through 70.1 innings in 48 games with Advanced-A Modesto and Triple-A Tacoma. He tossed five-straight scoreless innings over his last four outings.
Robbie Podorsky (McNeese) – Lake Elsinore Storm
In his second stint with the Padres’ Advanced-A squad Podorsky was batting .289 with 21 runs, 15 walks and 12 RBI in 40 games prior to hitting the 7-day injured list on June 4. He hit his lone home run of the year and drove in a season-high two runs on May 2.
Mac Sceroler (Southeastern Louisiana) – Daytona Tortugas
In his third year with the Reds franchise, the two-time First-Team All-Southland pick went 5-4 with a 3.69 ERA and 127 strikeouts through 117 innings for Triple-A Daytona. Sceroler had a 1.29 ERA and 14 strikeouts in as many innings in his final two starts.
Grant Anderson (McNeese) – Hickory Crawdads
In his first year with Texas’ Single-A affiliate, Anderson went 7-4 with a 3.22 ERA and eight saves. He punched out 50 batters across 64.1 innings in 37 games, including a career-high five strikeouts against Greenville on May 16.
Andrew Fregia (Sam Houston State) – Delmarva Shorebirds
In his second year with the Orioles farm system, the two-time All-Southland selection hit .222 with 22 RBI and 17 runs in 65 games with Single-A Delmarva and Short-A Aberdeen. Fregia set and tied a career high in RBI (3) with three-run home runs on Aug. 14 and 26.
David Fry (Northwestern State) – Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
In his first year of Class A ball with the Brewers, the 2018 Southland Player of the Year and 2019 Midwest League All-Star led the league in doubles (41) and total bases (224). Fry led the team in runs (66), hits (130), home runs (17), RBI (70) and slugging (.444).
Tyler Gray (Central Arkansas) – Lexington Legends
The 2018 Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year went 4-4 with two saves through 28 games. He tossed 17.1-straight innings without an earned run to close the year, including two hitless innings in the South Atlantic League championship-clinching win.
Reeves Martin (New Orleans) – West Virginia Power
The 2019 Southland Conference Relief Pitcher of the Year went 3-0 with a 3.58 ERA and 28 strikeouts through 27.2 innings in 20 games for Short-A Everett and Single-A West Virginia. Martin struck out a season-high four batters in two innings on July 10.
Adam Oller (Northwestern State) – Aug.a Green Jackets
In his first year with the Giants’ organization, the 2016 Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year went 5-6 with a 4.02 ERA and 93 strikeouts through 87.1 innings in 17 starts for San Francisco’s Single-A affiliate.
Caleb Ricca (Northwestern State) – West Virginia Power
The 2019 Third-Team All-Southland honoree hit .176 with 11 runs and a pair of RBI in 27 games in rookie ball and with Single-A West Virginia. Ricca recorded a season-high three hits on Aug. 17.
Class A Short Season
Kwan Adkins (Northwestern State) – Salem-Keizer Volcanoes
In his second season with the Giants franchise, the 2018 Third-Team All-Southland pick posted a slash line of .269/.346/.413 and scored 30 runs in 45 games for San Francisco’s Short-A squad. Adkins drove in 19 runs and racked up 10 stolen bases.
Jared Biddy (Southeastern Louisiana) – Brooklyn Cyclones
The Southland Conference’s saves leader in league play in 2019 (10) went 4-0 with a 0.86 ERA in 18 appearances in his first year with the Mets farm system. Biddy posted a 0.86 WHIP in 31.1 innings with 35 strikeouts, opposite just three walks.
Jason Blanchard (Lamar) – Tri-City Dust Devils
A Third-Team All-Southland pick in 2019, Blanchard went 1-3 with a 3.38 ERA and 41 strikeouts through 32 innings in 13 games for the Padres’ Short-A squad. He struck out seven through four no-hit innings in his final regular season start.
Austin Briggs (McNeese) – Vermont Lake Monsters
In his second year with the A’s organization, Briggs went 1-1 with a 4.71 ERA and 22 strikeouts through 28.2 innings in 19 games for Short-A Vermont. He tied a career high with three strikeouts in two scoreless innings against Aberdeen on Aug. 3.
Jordan Cannon (Sam Houston State) – Aberdeen IronBirds
The 2019 Second Team All-Southland pick hit .212 with 10 runs and nine RBI in 24 games in rookie ball and with Short-A Aberdeen. Cannon had season-highs in hits (three), total bases (seven) and RBI (three) against the GCL Pirates on Aug. 9.
Harrison Dinicola (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi) – Batavia Muckdogs
In his second year with the Marlins franchise, the 2018 Second Team All-Southland selection hit .265 and reached base at a .341 clip in 48 games for Advanced-A Jupiter and Short-A Batavia. Dinicola tallied all 12 of his RBI in 34 games with the Muckdogs.
Corey Gaconi (Southeastern Louisiana) – Brooklyn Cyclones
The 2019 Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year went 4-1 with a 4.30 ERA and 25 strikeouts through 37.2 innings in his first year with the Mets farm system. Gaconi appeared in 14 games for the Short-A Cyclones and two games for the Kingsport Mets.
Hunter Hearn (Sam Houston State) – Williamsport Crosscutters
The two-time All-Southland Conference honoree hit .180 with 19 RBI and 12 runs in 52 games for Short-A Williamsport. Hearn had season-highs in hits (two), total bases (six) and RBI (five) against West Virginia on Aug. 19.
Nathan Jones (Northwestern State) – Brooklyn Cyclones
A Second-Team All-Southland pick in 2019, the fifth-round pick went 0-2 with a 6.59 ERA and 14 strikeouts through 13.2 innings for the New York-Penn League champions. Jones started seven games for the Cyclones and opponents hit just .204 off of him.
Bryan King (McNeese) – Eugene Emeralds
The 2019 Southland Conference F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship recipient went 2-2 with a 1.88 ERA and 22 strikeouts through 24 innings. King appeared in 14 games in rookie ball and with Short-A Eugene.
Bernie Martinez (UIW) – Everett AquaSox
A Second-Team All-Southland selection in 2019, Martinez went 3-1 with a 3.12 ERA, a save and 49 strikeouts through 43.1 innings. He appeared in 18 games, reaching as high as Double-A Arkansas for two outings.
Nick Mikolajchak (Sam Houston State) – Mahoning Valley Scrappers
An 11th-round pick in the 2019 MLB Draft, Mikolajchak went 1-1 with a 0.36 ERA and five saves. He struck out 36 batters in 25 innings through 17 appearances in rookie league and with Short-A Mahoning Valley.
Shane Selman (McNeese) – Vermont Lake Monsters
The 2017 Southland Conference Hitter of the Year hit .194 with 15 RBI and 20 runs in 46 games in rookie ball and with Short-A Vermont. Selman drove in a season-high three runs against AZL Athletics Green on June 21.
Bryce Tassin (Southeastern Louisiana) – Connecticut Tigers
A 31st-round pick by the Tigers in 2019, Tassin went 4-1 with a 1.97 ERA. He struck out 25 batters in 18.1 innings in 11 games in rookie ball and with Short-A Connecticut.
Luis Trevino (Abilene Christian) – Hudson Valley Renegades
The 2019 Southland Conference Player of the Year posted a slash line of .272/.344/.360 in his first season of professional baseball, driving in 19 runs and scoring 10 for Tampa Bay’s Short-A affiliate.
Daniel Wasinger (Southeastern Louisiana) – Hillsboro Hops
A 2018 31st-round pick, Wasinger hit .186 with 19 RBI and 10 runs in 41 games for the Diamondbacks’ Single-A and Short-A clubs. He compiled 18 RBI in 34 games with Short-A Hillsboro, the Northwest League champions.
Cody Davenport (Central Arkansas) – Idaho Falls Chukars
A Second-Team All-Southland selection and All-Tournament Team member in 2019, Davenport went 3-3 with a 6.11 ERA and 34 strikeouts through 28 innings. He appeared in 12 games for the Pioneer League champions.
William Hancock (Central Arkansas) – Burlington Royals
In his second year with the Royals organization, the 2018 All-Southland Conference First Team pick hit .262 with 16 runs and 15 RBI in 47 games with Kansas City’s Rookie Advanced affiliate.
Cayden Hatcher (Nicholls) – Grand Junction Rockies
In his second season with the Rockies’ Rookie Advanced affiliate, the 2018 Southland Conference All-Tournament Team member went 3-4 with a 5.80 ERA and 40 strikeouts through 40.1 innings in 14 appearances.
Dustin Lacaze (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi) – Missoula Osprey
A 21st-round draft pick by the Diamondbacks in 2019, Lacaze went 3-0 with a 3.83 ERA and 47 strikeouts through 56.1 innings in his first year of professional baseball. He appeared in 14 games, including seven starts, for the Diamondbacks’ Rookie Advanced team.
Carson Maxwell (McNeese) – Missoula Osprey
A Third-Team All-Southland Conference pick in 2019, Maxwell hit .162 with 13 runs and seven RBI in 38 games with the Diamondbacks’ Rookie Advanced team. Maxwell had season-highs in total bases (six) and RBI (three) against Billings on July 7.
Robie Rojas (Sam Houston State) – Rocky Mountain Vibes
In his third season with the Brewers franchise, Rojas posted a slash line of .296/.387/.444 in 12 games over three stints for Milwaukee’s Double-A affiliate. He finished the year with the Vibes after being assigned on Aug. 15.
Hayden Wesneski (Sam Houston State) – Pulaski Yankees
The 2019 Southland strikeouts leader punched out 30 batters across 28.1 innings. Wesneski went 1-1 with a 4.76 ERA and three saves through 18 games with the Yankees’ Short-A affiliate.
Aidan Anderson (McNeese) – GCL Phillies West
The 2019 Southland Conference Tournament MVP went 3-0 with a 3.86 ERA and a pair of saves. Anderson struck out 19 batters across 25.2 innings.
Seth Ballew (Sam Houston State) – AZL Angels
An undrafted free agent in 2019, Ballew went 6-2 with a 2.76 ERA. He struck out 34 batters in 29.1 innings across 12 games for the Angels’ Rookie Advanced and Rookie League affiliates.
Cody Grosse (Southeastern Louisiana) – AZL Mariners
A Second-Team All-Southland selection in 2018, Grosse hit .293 with 17 RBI, 22 runs and a team-high five triples. He recorded a season-high three RBI on a triple against the AZL Reds on Aug. 22.
Trayson Kubo (Stephen F. Austin) – AZL Athletics Gold
A 24th-round pick in the 2019 MLB Draft, Kubo went 0-2 with 28 strikeouts through 18.1 innings in 11 Rookie League games. He punched out a season-high five batters in three hitless innings on Aug. 2.
Alex Palmer (Stephen F. Austin) – GCL Astros
The 2019 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year went 2-0 with a save and a 2.45 ERA. Palmer struck out 27 batters in 22 innings across nine games for the Astros’ Rookie League affiliate.
Austin Reich (Northwestern State) – AZL Giants Black
An undrafted free-agent signing in 2019, Reich struck out 17 batters through 12.2 innings in 11 Rookie League games. He struck out a season-high three batters in two scoreless innings on Aug. 12.
Bryan Warzek (New Orleans) – AZL Dodgers Lasorda
The two-time All-Southland Conference pick went 1-3 with a 5.91 ERA and 53 strikeouts through 45.2 innings in 2019. Warzek appeared in 26 games for the Dodgers’ Advanced-A squad but finished the year with Los Angeles’ Rookie League team.
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