We would like to give a shout out to Charles Brewer for making a historic debut in Monday night’s game against the Dodgers. According to azcentral.com, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ right-hander pitched 1 2/3 innings of scoreless baseball in his first time playing in the major leagues.
But what makes it a historic event? “He not only became the 92nd Arizonan to play in the major leagues, he became the first to be drafted by and debut with the Diamondbacks,” azcentral.com said.
“I wanted to be the first local product from the Phoenix area to be drafted by my hometown team and make it up through the system with my hometown team,” he said to azcentral.com. “That was probably my biggest motivation.”
We are very proud to have worked with Brewer on his performance training and look forward to seeing what else he brings to the Diamondbacks!