Red Sox: Alex Verdugo Has Backing To Be A Pitcher In MLB; here numbers in ‘high school’

In recent days Alex Executioner revealed that you would like Boston Red Sox use it as pitcher in future seasons of MLB and in this way be an ambidirectional player. Although this news could surprise many because it would be believed that he only has experience as a gardener, the truth is that Verdugo has numbers to back him up as a pitcher from his high school performances.

The journalist Roberto Espinosa of Puro Baseball shared data and numbers of Alex Verdugo in which it is reflected that the Boston Red Sox player has a good arm and that he had solid starts in high school.

In 15 games in which he saw action during his high school years, he pitched 246 innings in which he finished with a 2.19 ERA and 401 strikeouts prescribed.

The now Red Sox outfielder wants to prove himself as a pitcher and would plan to do so starting in the 2023 season, but he made it clear that it would not be in the style of Shohei Ohtani.

Alex Verdugo has only seen action as an outfielder in his five seasons of experience in the MLB, in which he has worn the glove and has been considered one of the best in his position.

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