Thomas Ross Stripling ( eng. Thomas Ross Stripling , November 23, 1989 , Blue Bell ) - American baseball player , pitcher of the Major League Baseball team " Los Angeles Dodgers ". Participant of the 2018 Major League All-Star Game.
|" Los Angeles Dodgers " - №68|
|Born: November 23, 1989 (29 years old)|
Blue Bell , PA , USA
|Smashes: right||Rolls: right|
|April 8, 2016 for the Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Custom statistics |
(January 18, 2019)
|Victory / Defeat||16-20|
|Awards and achievements|
Ross was born on November 23, 1989 in the family of Hayes and Tammy Stripling in Pennsylvania. He studied at Carroll High School in Southlake . During my studies I played American football and basketball . As part of the baseball team, Stripping began to play in the field, but after breaking his leg he changed position. Thanks to his academic achievements, he was able to receive a presidential scholarship at the University of Texas A & M  .
While studying in the first year, Ross took part in thirteen games of the university team as a receiver. In 2010, he was transferred to the starting rotation. During the season, he spent seventeen games as a starting pitcher, including the winning final game of the Big 12 conference. In the 2011 season, Stripling showed itself as one of the best pitchers in the NCAA , scoring fourteen wins and becoming the first in this indicator. The university team won the conference championship for the second time in a row. In the 2011 Major League Baseball draft, Ross was selected by the Colorado Rockies club in the ninth round, but Stripling chose to stay at the university for another year  .
In 2012, as part of Texas A & M Eggis, Ross scored ten wins in four defeats and played a know-hitter . In the fifth round of the draft, he was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers . After signing the contract, Stripping was sent to the Ogden Raptors farm club, for which he played twelve matches in the remainder of the season. He began the year 2013 as part of the Rancho-Cucamonga Quakes , and then was transferred to the Chattanooga Lookouts , playing a higher level  . He missed most of the 2014 season, recovering from Tommy John surgery  .
The debut game for the main part of "Dodgers" Ross held April 8, 2016 against the " San Francisco Giants ". He played 7 ⅓ innings without missing hits  . Stripling spent the first season in Major League Baseball as one of the team's starting pitchers, and in 2017 he was transferred to the position of a receiver. In the championship, he played the most innings among bullpen pitchers and was the second in number of strikes made. In June, Ross was transferred to a farm club for three games after an unsuccessful three-match series in which he allowed his opponent to score eight points  .
In May 2018, due to injuries to a number of players, the Striping was returned to the starting rotation. From May 6 to July 12, he scored eight wins with one defeat, with an admissibility of ERA 2.01. Together with Justin Verlander, he became one of two pitchers of Major League Baseball, the strike-to-wok ratio of which was more than six. In July, Ross was invited to the All-Star League game for the first time in his career. During the game, he injured his finger, then missed a month because of back problems. In the last eight games held in the regular season, its transmittance was 6.41. Having a weak ending of the season, Ross did not enter the club's bid for the playoff games  .
- Ross Stripling (English) . 12thman.com . Texas A & M University. The appeal date is January 19, 2019.
- Sickels, John. Prospect of the Day: Ross Stripling, RHP, Dodgers (Eng.) . minorleagueball.com . Vox Media (8 July 2013). The date of circulation is January 19, 2019. Archived May 20, 2016.
- Hood, David. Dodgers top prospects 2015: Ross Stripling, No. 10 (eng.) . truebluela.com . Vox Media (14 January 2015). The date of circulation is January 19, 2019. Archived May 12, 2016.
- Dodgers' Ross Stripling nearly makes MLB history (English) . espn.com ESPN (9 April 2016). The appeal date is January 19, 2019.
- Stephen, Eric. 2017 Dodgers review: Ross Stripling (English) . truebluela.com . Vox Media (16 November 2017). The appeal date is January 19, 2019. Archived November 16, 2017.
- Walton, Ryan. 2018 Dodgers Review: Ross Stripling (English) . truebluela.com . Vox Media (5 December 2018). The appeal date is January 19, 2019. Archived December 6, 2018.