El Paso Chihuahua’s destroyer and outdoor base Aaron Northcraft and Jason Vosler made their major league debut on Saturday night. After participating in El Paso, Northcraft became the 61st player to reach the top. An hour ago, Vossler was ranked 60th.
Northcraft played for the San Diego Padres and entered the game with the Dodgers in the seventh inning. He scored two innings, allowed a blow, walked and defeated two opponents, but could not prevent his team from losing 5-4.
Right-handers have also become 19,959 players in the history of Major League Baseball. After leaving Matt Dee High School in California, he was selected by the Atlanta Warriors in the tenth round of the 2009 draft.
In December 2014, he was sent to San Diego in exchange for Justin Upton. Due to injury, he missed the 2017 and 2018 seasons and returned to Diamonds with the Seattle Mariners a year later. He spent the shortened 2020 season in Miami and signed with San Diego in February this year.
Northcraft was one of the Chihuahua players for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. In his first season, he watched 19 games, 5 of which were first basemen. He achieved a record of three wins and four losses with a 5.58 ERA. He shot 40 1/3 innings, of which 48 hits, 27 runs, two of which were dirty, blew it up four times, sent 25 bases and shot 27.
In 2016, he started six of 21 games. He won 5 and lost 1 with a 5.04 ERA. In 50 1/3 innings, he had 61 hits, 33 runs (28 wins) and 5 home runs. He gave up 21 bases and eliminated 46 bases.
Jason Vosler now plays for the United States San Francisco Giants. On Saturday they entered the game as doubles in the eighth inning of the game. They lost 5-2. Miami, and became 19,958 players in the majors.
Third baseman Vosler joined the Padres organization in 2018 after being selected by the Chicago Cubs in 2014.
During the 2018 Triple-A baseball season, he played 116 games with Chihuahua. He hit 375 times, hit 109 times, scored 73 times, drove 63 times, hit 20 home runs, took 45 walks, hit 102 times, and averaged .291.