Brett de Geus

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Brett de Geus

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Biographical Information[edit]

Pitcher Brett de Geus was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 33rd round of the 2017 amateur draft. He spent his first three professional seasons in their system before being forced to sit out the 2020 season when the Coronavirus pandemic shut down the minor leagues. He was then drafted by the Texas Rangers with the second overall pick of the 2020 Rule V Draft and made the team out of spring training. He had a rough welcome to the major leagues on Opening Day, April 1st, as he gave up 3 runs to the Kansas City Royals in one inning of work; his control failed him as he allowed 2 walks and hit two batters with his pitches during the inning. His performance was par for the day in a game that ended with a final score of 14-10 and in which 9 of the 14 pitchers who took the mound allowed at least one run.

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