Bryson Jeremy Stott is a Major League Baseball shortstop and third baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies. At UNLV, he was a baseball player.
How Old Is Bryson Stott?
Bryson Stott is 24 years old. He was born on October 6, 1997
Stott went to Enterprise, Nevada’s Desert Oasis High School. He is enrolled to play collegiate baseball at the University of Las Vegas (UNLV).
Stott’s parents both went to UNLV, and Stott’s father was a quarterback on the football team.
Stott started all 54 games at shortstop for UNLV as a freshman, hitting .294/.359/.379 with one home run and 29 runs batted in (RBIs).
He started all 59 games as a sophomore, hitting .365/.442/.556 with four home runs, 32 RBI, and an NCAA-best 30 doubles.
After the season, he played for the Cape Cod Baseball League’s Wareham Gatemen and the US college national team. In 58 games during his junior year, he batted.356 with 10 home runs and 36 RBIs.
Bryson Stott’s first big-league game wasn’t only a test of his infield and batter’s box abilities.
It was a test of his mental toughness, his stamina, and his ability to get through one of those innings when the game smacks you in the face in front of 44,000 fans.
In 2019, the Phillies selected Stott in the first round of the draft. He’s regarded as the team’s future shortstop, although he’s currently playing third base for the club.
He’s still learning the position, as seen by his throwing away of two balls in the seventh inning (both of which he had to charge) and his failure to make a diving stop on a difficult but maybe makeable play.
The Phillies went into the inning with a 6-1 advantage. The Oakland A’s scored four times in the fourth inning thanks to shoddy defense and a three-run homer by Aaron Nola, cutting the lead to one run.