Angel Perdomo Height: How Tall Is Angel Perdomo?

The Toronto Blue Jays signed amateur international free agent pitcher Angel Perdomo on November 28, 2011.

His professional career began in the summer of 2012, when he played for the DSL Blue Jays with a 5.40 earned run average in seven appearances.

That following year, he pitched in more games and more innings for the same team and went 0-1, 3.04 with 43 strikeouts in 26 1/3 innings.



Angel Perdomo
Angel Perdomo

While in the United States, he played for the GCL Blue Jays in 2014, posting a 3-2, 2.54 record in 13 appearances. With 57 strikeouts in 46 innings, he maintained a high rate of success.

The Blue Jays kept him in a short-season ball for a fourth year in 2015, this time with the Bluefield Blue Jays in the Appalachian League and the Vancouver Canadians in the Northwest League.

The Blue Jays took their time moving him up. His record was 6-1, 2.60 in 14 appearances, including 12 starts. Lansing Lugnuts of the Midwest League, where he finished 5-7 with a 3.19 earned run average in 27 appearances in 2016.

In spite of his gradual ascent up the organizational ladder, he threw 127 innings and struck out 156 batters while compiling a stellar record.

Having been selected for the 2016 Futures Game World Team, he solidified his status as a top prospect. A minor league injury interrupted his season on July 7th, 2017.

He made 16 starts with the Dunedin Blue Jays in the Florida State League in 2017.

In 2018, he returned to Dunedin, but was sidelined by an injury for much of the season and finished the year with a record of 1-5, 3.63 in 26 appearances, but only 12 starts.

As the Blue Jays farm system was loaded with talented young arms, he continued to post great strikeout figures, with 100 in 79 1/3 innings against only 35 walks.

Consequently, on November 12th, when he became eligible for free agency, he agreed to a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, which included an invitation to spring training in 2019.

How Tall Is Angel Perdomo?

Angel Perdomo’s height is 2.03 m. He is one of the tallest players on the ¬†Milwaukee Brewers team.