Finally hit him.
Pachoge Medford, 17 Josh Knoth, who has been working hard for his young career as a youth, wowed the moment he stopped at the American Home Field . The pitcher will arrive at Milwaukee Ballpark on Monday to sign a multimillion-dollar contract with the Brewers, who selected him in the first round of the 2023 MLB draft last week.
“I can’t even put it into words [the emotions of signing a professional contract]. I’ve worked my whole life on this and now it’s here? ” he told the milwaukee media. “It just hit. When I parked the car on the field, I was like, ‘Wow, this really happened.'”
Not long ago, North’s parents came to Wisconsin with him and signed a $2 million deal with the Brewers. He’s now headed to the organization’s practice facility in Phoenix, where he’s expected to spend the summer due to the massive layoffs he’s had since pitching in his high school baseball season. [Knoth did not pitch in the playoffs during May].
North, a power shooter with a 98-mph fastball and a nasty high-spin curveball, was the 33rd overall pick in the draft. ask on monday He noted how he developed the curveball, “I just grab it, rip it, and it works.”
Above are some photos posted by Knoth’s proud mom Deb Facebook.
North has won the Carl Yastrzemski Award twice and was named Suffolk’s most outstanding player. He was barely hit this spring, 109 strikeouts in 41 inningsallowing just five hits (all singles) and one run, and had a perfect game with 19 strikeouts.
He also had a perfect game as a junior in the 2022 class.
Above: Josh Knoth at Milwaukee (Twitter / @raw_chili)