Tyler Gilbert (31), who achieved a no-hitter in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB), signed a minor league contract with the Cincinnati Reds.
MLB.COM reported on the 18th (Korea time), “Cincinnati signed a minor league contract with Gilbert and included it on the invitation list for spring camp.”월카지노
Gilbert started the home game against San Diego in the Major League Baseball (MLB) at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 2021, when he was a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and led the team to a 7-0 victory with three walks and five strikeouts in nine innings. Kim Ha-sung (San Diego) also played as a pinch hitter in the top of the ninth inning, but he also swallowed his regret by striking out by Gilbert.
What was surprising was that this game was his MLB debut. Gilbert made his big league history as the fourth player in MLB history to achieve a no-hitter. The record comes 68 years after Bob Holoman (1953·St. Louis Cardinals) in 1953. The other two are Theodore Breitenstein (1891·St. Louis Cardinals) and Bumpers Jones (1892·Cincinnati Reds), and Gilbert and Bob Holman are the only two pitchers who achieved no-hitter in MLB debuts since the 1900s.
Gilbert’s no-hitter drew more attention because he couldn’t catch the ball a year before reaching the milestone. Gilbert and his father worked as an electrician in northern California to earn money when the entire minor league season was canceled in the aftermath of COVID-19 in 2020. However, he tried to maintain his sense through bullpen pitching.
After being selected by Philadelphia in the 2015 rookie draft, Gilbert was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in February 2020. He moved to Arizona through the Rule 5 draft in December 2020, and made his MLB debut in early August the following year, receiving a passing point and starting the game.
After achieving no-hit and no-run, Gilbert did not regain his glory back then. This season, he pitched in 11 games as a relief pitcher and recorded two losses and an earned run average of 5.19 without a win. The overall record of MLB is 28 games (13 starts), with two wins, seven losses and an earned run average of 4.32.
MLB.COM evaluated, “Cincinnati strengthened its left-handed bullpen with Gilbert’s recruitment.”