On April 3rd Jeremy Beasley was assigned by the Los Angeles Angels to the Burlington Bees of the Class A Midwest League. Jeremy pitched for the Angels Arizona Rookie League team and the Orem Owlz of the Pioneer League in his first season of professional ball in 2017. He went a combined 3-1 with a save and had a 3.13 ERA in 31 2/3 innings.
He only pitched in four games and 5 2/3 innings for the Angels Arizona League team. He won his only decision and allowed three hits and two earned runs while striking out six batters and walking none.
In Orem Beasley went 2-1 with a save and a 3.12 ERA. He pitched 26 innings in 13 games allowing 21 hits while striking out 31 batters and walking a dozen. Opponents hit .219 against him.
For Burlington Jeremy pitched six games, starting five and went 0-2 with a 2.35 ERA. He struck out 19 batters and walked seven.
On May 17th he was promoted to the Inland Empire 66ers and Advanced A Ball in the California League. Jeremy went 3-2 with a save and a 3.05 ERA. He pitched in nine games and started six while striking out 48 batters and walking 11.
Then on July 9th another promotion to the Mobile BayBears of the Double A Southern League. Jeremy went 3-3 with Mobile with a 2.44 ERA. He struck out 37 batters and walked 14.
For the entire summer of 2018 Beasley went 6-7 with a save and a 2.66 ERA. He struck out 104 batters and walked 32. His WHIP was 1.15 and teams hit .236 against him.
Through two minor league seasons Jeremy has a 9-8 record with two saves. His ERA is 2.76 and the WHIP is 1.14. He has struck out 141 batters and walked 44.
In 2018 81-of-his-106 full innings were shutout frames- that’s 76.4% and for his pro career it is 77.4% (106-of-137).
Beasley pitches the first 3 innings in Burlington’s 28-7 win
In his first two starts for the Burlington Bees Jeremy Beasley has pitched three innings in each game. In his first start in a one-run loss he allowed single runs in the first and the second and took the loss in a 3-2 defeat. In his second start he yielded a run in the first in a 28-7 home win over Quad Cities and he wasn’t credited with the victory.
The 28 runs was 12 short of tying the Midwest League record of 40 set by Danville on June 17, 1951.
Beasley allowed three hits including one in each inning- two singles and a two-out triple in the third inning. Jeremy struck out two batters and did walk anybody. After two outings his ERA is 4.50. He has allowed seven hits in six innings with three earned runs and four strikeouts and no walks.
Quad Cities Top of the 1st
Corey Julks singles on a line drive to center fielder Jo Adell.
With J. Matijevic batting, Corey Julks steals (3) 2nd base, . Corey Julks advances to 3rd, on a throwing error by catcher Harrison Wenson.
With J. Matijevic batting, wild pitch by Jeremy Beasley, Corey Julks scores.
J. Matijevic grounds out, second baseman Leonardo Rivas to first baseman David MacKinnon.
Jonathan Arauz flies out to left fielder Torii Hunter Jr.
Jake Adams strikes out swinging.
Quad Cities Top of the 2nd
Bryan De La Cruz flies out to left fielder Torii Hunter Jr.
Marcos Almonte strikes out swinging.
Michael Papierski singles on a ground ball to second baseman Leonardo Rivas.
Jacob Meyers grounds out, pitcher Jeremy Beasley to first baseman David MacKinnon.
Quad Cities Top of the 3rd
Cody Bohanek pops out to shortstop Julio Garcia.
Corey Julks flies out to right fielder Brandon Marsh in foul territory.
J. Matijevic triples (1) on a fly ball to center fielder Jo Adell.
Jonathan Arauz grounds out, third baseman Gleyvin Pineda to first baseman David MacKinnon.