SEATTLE – Spokane-born pitcher Wyatt Mills made his Major League Baseball debut for the Seattle Mariners against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night.
Mills was relieved in the eighth inning. He got all three outs in the inning on 14 pitches. Eight of them went on strike and he didn’t give up a hit.
This was his first game he played at any level since 2019. He was called up on Saturday to play for Seattle.
The pitcher graduated from Gonzaga Preparatory School before attending Gonzaga University. In his senior year with Gonzaga in 2017, he was runner-up in the Team All-West Coast Conference.
Mills designed by Mariners in the 2017 MLB Draft Pick. He’s her # 22 prospect in the MLB pipeline,
19,970. Player in MLB History: Wyatt Mills
– Born and raised in Spokane; grew up as a Mariners fan
– 2.47 ERA in a 4-year career with Gonzaga
– 3rd round selection by SEA in ’17 as senior
– for Team USA at the Premier12 tournament in ’19
– Side poor with FB in the mid 90s and good SL pic.twitter.com/F5V5fcYD3t
– Céspedes Family BBQ (@CespedesBBQ) May 2, 2021