A long third season of professional baseball came to an end for Jeremy Beasley with his third start in the AAA Pacific League for the Salt Lake City Bees. Jeremy logged 122 1/3 innings in 2019- 11 more than he pitched last season and the most he has ever pitched in a season in his career.
Beasley threw four innings in a home game against Reno and allowed seven earned runs on 10 hits with four strikeouts and two walks. Jeremy was not involved in the decision as the game was decided in the 10th inning with Reno winning 13-9.
Jeremy finishes the season with a 7-7 record and a 4.49 ERA. He struck out 115 batters and walked 48.
With his three shutout frames against Reno, this season 89-of-his-114 (78.1%) complete innings have been shutout innings. For his career 196 of Jeremy’s 249 complete innings have been shutout innings for a percentage of 78.7%.
Beasley allowed a run in the first inning and six in the fifth in which he did not record an out. In between he threw a scoreless second, third and fourth.
Reno scored a run in the first inning on a leadoff double and a RBI single. Jeremy struck out two batters and induced a grounder to first.
In a nine-pitch second innings Beasley mowed down Reno with a fly ball to right, a swinging strikeout and a grounder to short.
A one-out single was no problem in the third as Jeremy retired the Aces with a fly out to right, a fly ball to left and a swinging strikeout.
In the fourth inning a leadoff walk was eliminated by a 4-6-3 double play. Jeremy fielded a bunt and threw to first base for the third out.
The Aces opened up the fifth inning with five singles and a double as they scored six runs to take a 7-5 lead. Jeremy was removed from the game at that point.