Final Week: MLB Top Tier Alumni Roundup

by Matt Plante
Vice President

Final Week: MLB Top Tier Alumni Roundup
Performances of TT Alumni in Professional Baseball


Ryan Borucki, Toronto Blue Jays

Borucki pitched well but took the loss vs the Tampa Bay Rays on his last start of the regular season, going 6.2 innings giving up 4 runs on 7 hits and 3 walks while striking out 3. Borucki finishes his rookie season with a 3.87 ERA. His 11 quality starts were the most among AL rookies this year. Borucki has a 4-6 record with 67 strikeouts in 97.2 innings of work. Toronto Blue Jays finished 4th in the AL East Division with a 73-89 overall record this year.

Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals

DeJong went 5 for 20 in his last week of the season with 3 doubles and 4 RBI's. DeJong finished the year hitting .241 with 25 doubles, 1 triple, 19 homers and 68 RBI's. St. Louis finished the year only a few games out of the Wildcard spot in the NL and 3rd in the NL Central Division at 88-74 overall.

Rob Scahill, Chicago White Sox

Scahill made two relief appearances in the final week of the season, going a total of 3 innings giving up 1 run on 3 hits and 1 walk while striking out 1. Scahill finished the year with 5 innings of work with the White Sox with a 5.40 ERA since his late call up. The Chicago White Sox finished 4th in the AL Central Division with a 62-100 overall record this year. 

Tanner Roark, Washington Nationals

Roark didn't pitch in the Final weekend to spend time with his newborn son. Roark finished the year with 9-15 record on the mound, with a 4.34 ERA and 146 strikeouts in 180.1 innings pitched. The Nationals finished the year 2nd in the NL East Division with a 82-80 overall record.

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