Grayson Rodriguez, who made waves at the inaugural New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series powered by Program 15 International Week event back in 2017 and is fresh off of earning the start in this year’s South Atlantic League All-Star Game, has some news to share…
— Grayson Rodriguez (@G_Rodriguez16) June 28, 2019
Rodriguez, still only 19, is one of only two Single-A players named to the game, and the only South Atlantic League player to be going to the prestigious event. This season, he’s 7-1 with a 2.21 ERA over 11 starts, and has issued just 15 walks while striking out 78 batters over 57 innings of work.
“Grayson continues to earn what comes his way,” said NBBFSS/P15 CEO Jeremy Booth. “As talented as he is, he’s a harder worker and a better person. He will continue to keep that focus as he makes his climb. This is just another step in the ladder.”
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