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Milwaukee Brewers rookie and former Mt. Spokane star Drew Rasmussen's Major League debut was as strange as it was prosperous.
Hugh Smith saw his draft stock rise exponentially over the past few months during his junior season at Whitworth. On Tuesday, those expectations came to fruition.
Oregon State and Mt. Spokane right-hander Drew Rasmussen, drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays with the 31st overall pick in the 2017 MLB first-year player draft, failed to come to an agreement with the team and will not sign, according to multiple MLB sources.
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When talent and an unmatched work ethic merge great things can happen. And they have for former Greater Spokane League standout Drew Rasmussen, who was selected by the Tampa Bay Rays 31st overall in the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft on Monday.
Former Mt. Spokane standout Drew Rasmussen, who pitched the first perfect game in the Pac-12 since 1973, was named not only the Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week but also Collegiate Baseball’s National Pitcher of the Week. Rasmussen, an Oregon State right-hander, needed just 103 pitches to register the fourth perfect game in conference history in a 3-0 win over Washington State on Saturday. The first three perfect games were all by WSU pitchers. Rasmussen struck out 10 Cougars and induced 11 ground balls in a brisk one-hour, 44 minute game to improve to 3-0 and lower his ERA to 1.36.
Oregon State freshman Drew Rasmussen, a 2014 graduate of Mt. Spokane High School, fired the fourth perfect game in Pac-12 Conference history Saturday in No. 25 Oregon State’s 3-0 win over Washington State at Goss Stadium in Corvallis, Oregon. Rasmussen struck out 10 and threw 103 pitches. He recorded six of his outs by fly ball and 11 by ground balls. He didn’t allow a ball out of the infield until WSU’s Jack Strunc flied out to left field to end the sixth inning.
High school right-handers Gage Burland of East Valley and Drew Rasmussen of Mt. Spokane joined the list of selected players Saturday as the Major League Baseball Draft completed its three-day run. Baltimore chose Burland in the 26th round and Arizona tabbed Rasmussen in the 39th. Burland has signed with Gonzaga University.
Mt. Spokane pitcher Drew Rasmussen threw a complete-game shutout against Lewis and Clark on Tuesday at Hart Field which gave him wins against every baseball team in the Greater Spokane League. Rasmussen also helped his own cause when he smashed a three-run home run over the 369-foot sign in left field as the Wildcats beat the Tigers 10-0 in six innings.
Just as most Greater Spokane League coaches predicted, Gonzaga Prep has scratched its way to the top of the standings. But the Bullpups have done it by using only half of the baseball talents of reigning league MVP Justin Blatner. The sidewinding left-handed pitcher, who has committed to play for Gonzaga, tweaked his right oblique in March. As a result, coach Brian Munhall has refused to send Blatner to the plate this season.
Mt. Spokane fireballer Drew Rasmussen barely lets the batter get set before he delivers a fastball that jumps off his hand and pops in the catcher’s mitt. Pitching on a blustery Friday that included a shower of rain mixed with sleet, Rasmussen served a fastball to Rogers hitter Evan Norden, who jumped on it and drove it over the center fielder’s head for a stand-up double.