The Anthony Gose Story: From Outfielder to 100mph Pitcher in MLB

Amidst the two-way gamer trend with Shohei Ohtani, return to Big leagues, Anthony Gose. American who had developed his career as a gardener, who as a fervent example of never giving up, returns to the MLB as a pitcher.

Anthony Gose developed his first career point from 2012 to 2016, where as an outfield player he wore the jersey for three seasons alongside the Toronto Blue Jays, continuing his course in the MLB for two following seasons with the Detroit Tigers.

After his last campaign in MLB During 2016 with the Tigers, Anthony Gose wore the jerseys of the Texas Rangers and Houston Astros. Looking ahead to 2017, the American decided to make his way as a pitcher, although obtaining his greatest successes in this new role for 2019 since he reached the Cleveland Indians.

Between Double A and Class A levels of the Indians’ minority systems in 2019, Anthony Gose played 32 games from the mound, posting a 2.48 ERA and a 1,552 Hits and Tickets Per Inning Throw (WHIP) average. In this course, he also participated in the Puerto Rico Winter League with the Athenians of Manti for nine games, scoring two saves.

On his last journey until his return to MLB, in the 2020-21 season of the Dominican Republic Winter League, he wore the investiture of the Toros del Este for a time of ten games, where he left a microscopic 0.90 ERA.

Already this 2021 he participated with the Cleveland Indians in the Spring Fields of MLB, until after being assigned to Triple A East by the tribe, where he would participate for 28 games.

During the summer of this year, he also traveled with the United States baseball ninth to the Tokyo Olympic Games, where the Americans took the podium, taking the Silver Medal as an Olympic baseball team, where baseball made its He returned to the great event for the first time since 2008.

And the great moment has arrived…

September 20, 2021 is written large for Anthony Gose, marking a story to never give up. Making his return to Big leagues, but this time as a pitcher.

In his debut as a pitcher in MLB, he pitched one and two-thirds (1 ½) inning, where he struck out, walked and allowed a run scored against him by the Kansas City Royals.

In his repertoire he wore a powerful four-seam fastball exceeding 100 miles per hour, along with a swaying Slider.