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Gerardo Carrillo

Gerardo Carrillo

Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 0"/154 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Guadalajara, Mexico
College: None
Draft: Undrafted
  • Federal Baseball

    Washington Nationals Series Preview: The Colorado Rockies have cooled down

    To start the series, however, it was a familiar tale of starting pitching getting rocked for too many runs for the inconsistent offense to keep up with, which left them in that 2-0 hole in the three-game set. Next for the Nationals, they face the Colorado Rockies for the second time this season. Following their series victory over the Nats, the Rockies sat at 15-10, tied for the fifth-best record in the National League, and were third in their division.

  • Federal Baseball

    On Josiah Gray, arm-side misses, and emotions in Nationals' 9-4 loss to LA Dodgers...

    His pitch got high, so we were hoping to get a little bit more out of him because our bullpen has been pitching a lot, but I’m not going to send him out there with 80 pitches after three anymore. Gray fell behind early, in the top of the first inning early, giving up a one-out walk to Freddie Freeman, then surrendering a two-run home run on a 2-2 fastball up high Trea Turner hit out to center for a 2-0 lead.

  • Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel

    MLB roundup: Nationals shut out Dodgers 1-0 to end long skid

    GIANTS 9, METS 3: Evan Longoria homered twice and Joc Pederson hit his fourth in two games as San Francisco went deep four times in the first two innings off rookie Thomas Szapucki and routed visiting New York. Mike Yastrzemski also homered off Szapucki, a 25-year-old left-hander making his first major league start and second appearance after the Mets summoned him from the minors due to a string of injuries.