Cody Ege made his pro pitching debut Friday for the Spokane Indians.
SPOKANE, WA -
Cherokee, Iowa, native Cody Ege made his professional baseball debut Friday night for the Spokane Indians in Washington.
Ege pitched an inning and two-thirds of relief, giving up one run while striking out two batters. The lefty did not factor in the decision but Spokane won 4-3 in 12 innings. Spokane has won six straight games to improve to 12-10.
It was Ege's first outing since pitching for Louisville in the College World Series in Omaha more than two weeks ago.
He was a 15th-round draft pick of the Texas Rangers.
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