Woodruff made his Major League Baseball debut with the Colorado Springs Sky Sox at the start of the 2017 season. On June 13, the Milwaukee Brewers promoted Woodruff to the majors.
He was put on the disabled list after sustaining an injury while warming up. On August 4, the Milwaukee Brewers summoned Woodruff from the minor leagues to make his debut.
Recalled on September 1 after being optioned back on August 20 to Colorado Springs. For Milwaukee, he went 2–3, with a 4.81 ERA, and for Colorado Springs, he went 6–5, with a 4.30 ERA, in 16 appearances.
Woodruff was ranked by MLB.com as Milwaukee’s No. 3 prospect for the 2018 season.
Early in April, he was optioned to Colorado Springs from Milwaukee, where he began the 2018 season.
He pitched three scoreless innings in the Brewers’ 3–2 victory over the Colorado Rockies in Game 1 of the NLDS.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and the National League Championship Series began with a home run from Woodruff. He was the 22nd starter and the 3rd reliever to accomplish this accomplishment in the postseason’s history.
The Milwaukee Brewers used Woodruff in 22 games in 2019, going 11-3 with a 3.62 ERA and 143 strikeouts in 121+2/3 innings of work.
He was also selected for the 2019 All-Star Game in Major League Baseball. Woodruff had a 3.05 ERA, 91 strikeouts in 73+2/3 innings, and a 3-5 record in his 13 starts in 2020, leading the league.
How Tall Is Brandon Woodruff?
Brandon Woodruff’s height is 1.93 m.