Gose graduated from Bellflower High School in Bellflower, California, in 2008.
As a senior in 2009, he hit .443 with 31 stolen bases. Gose was also a fantastic pitcher, with a 0.63 ERA and 124 strikeouts. During his senior year, he was named to the Rawlings First Team All-American team.
Gose made his Major League pitching debut on Sept. 20 against KC-2 (1.2IP, 1H, 1R/ER, 1SO).
Following his debut, he went on to have a 1.35 ERA in six relief appearances (6.2IP, 2H, 1ER, 9SO) and did not allow a run in his last 5.2 innings.
His most recent MLB appearance was in center field for Detroit against Baltimore on May 15, 2016. Gose split his season between AAA Columbus and two spells with Team USA for the Olympic qualifying and then the Tokyo Olympics.
At Triple-A, he had a 3.55 ERA in 28 games (1GS, 33.0IP, 20H, 13ER, 28BB, 49SO,.172 avg) and did not allow a run after August 15 (8/17-on; 13.0IP, 3H, 0R, 6BB, 21SO,.071 avg) and did not allow a run after August 15 (8/17-on; 13.0IP.
Gose was named to Team USA’s silver-medal-winning Tokyo 2020 All-Olympic Baseball Team (best LHP) (5.1IP, 1H, 0R). He Pitching coach Dave Wallace and teammates David Robertson, Edwin Jackson, and Scott Kazmir were credited for his accomplishment.
He retired 15 of his last 17 batters faced (8 SO) after his Cleveland debut, lefties were 0-for-5 with 2 SO, and batters were 1-for-9 with runners on base.
After the season, he pitched for Este in the Dominican Winter League (LIDOM) (1.26ERA, 2ER, 14.1IP, 11H, 2ER, 20SO).
How Tall Is Anthony Gose?
Anthony Gose is 1.85 m tall.