Pitcher, who pitched 105 mph in college, makes his MLB debut and the heat is on

He was called up to defend a 4-3 lead in the Angels’ 6-4 win in Chicago. MLB.com reported. He scored twice in a scoreless seventh inning, some of which were captured in a compilation video below:

“It felt great. I felt very comfortable – much more comfortable than I thought,” said the 22-year-old pitcher. “I just went out there, trusted my stuff and threw strikes and it worked. It was an incredible feeling.”

Joyce’s meteoric rise in college last year was followed by media that didn’t even focus on sports.

Now he’s a big league player.

His trainer in Tennessee, Tony Vitello, once said: “He’s an abnormal kid He has an unusual work ethic and fortunately he’s been blessed with unusual things too.”

Rick Schindler

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