Alec Daniel Bohm is a professional baseball third baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball. He is 25 years old and 6 feet 5 inches tall.
Bohm was a tremendous hitter for Omaha’s Roncalli Catholic High School, but he was not selected in the 2015 MLB Draft. Instead, after graduating from high school, he chose to play collegiate baseball with the Wichita State Shockers.
The Phillies were permitted to keep a “pool” of up to 60 players, including prospects like Bohm and Spencer Howard, since the COVID-19 epidemic forced the postponement of the 2020 Minor League Baseball season.
The 30 players on the opening day roster would begin the season in Philadelphia, while the remainder of the team would train in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Early in the season, manager Joe Girardi informed reporters that Bohm would stay at the training facility until he was able to play “nearly every day.”
On August 13, Bohm was called up to replace an injured Adam Haseley in the lineup: Jean Segura was moved from third base to second base to make room for Bohm at his preferred position, while second baseman Scott Kingery was relegated to the role of a utility player.