138. Jon Berti
Today's guest is a utility player who was born and raised in Michigan and was drafted to the big leagues in the 28th round of the 2008 MLB draft. He opted not to sign, and instead went on to play at Bowling Green University where he set multiple records for their program. Fast forward to 2011 and he was drafted by the Blue Jays. He persevered through 800 minor league games, where he eventually made his major league debut in September of 2018. He was traded in 2018 to the Miami Marlins, where he has established himself as a mainstay in their lineup. Welcome to the show, Jon Berti.
Today's guest is a left handed pitcher from Boston, who pitched for the University Oregon for three years, where he holds the record for the most strikeouts in a single game, 20… In 2017 he was drafted 20th overall by New York Mets. He was called up to the bigs in July of 2020 where he has since...
Eric is solo on today's episode and he answering a few listener questions for this month's Q&A. The questions are:
1. Please elaborate on the checks and balances of the throwing shoulder?
2. What are some non-traditional predictors of injury we need to keep in mind in the baseball world?