How Tall Is Chris Bassitt?
Chris Bassitt’s height is 1.96 m
Chris Bassitt’s Career
Bassitt was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 16th round of the 2011 MLB draft. As a result of his signing with the White Sox, Bassitt was assigned to play for the Bristol White Sox of the Rookie-level Appalachian League.
With the Class A-Advanced Carolina League’s Winston-Salem Dash, he was named an all-star in 2013.
He was assigned to the Birmingham Barons of the Class AA Southern League, where he had two victories in the playoffs.
In 2013, the White Sox used Bassitt as a starting pitcher after using him as a relief pitcher for most of his career.
A 3.08 earned run average and 138 strikeouts in 26 starts with Birmingham put him at 11–4. Afterward, the White Sox assigned him to the Arizona Fall League (AFL), where he pitched in relief for the Glendale Desert Dogs. Ten innings pitched in the AFL yielded an ERA of 0.90.
Prior to the 2014 season, Bassitt fractured his right hand. He appeared in three rehab games with the Arizona White Sox of the Rookie-level Arizona League before returning to Birmingham on July 29.
With 36 strikeouts in 34+2/3 innings for Birmingham, he had a 3-1 record and a 1.56 ERA
Bassitt made his major league debut on August 30th, 2014, when he started a game against the Detroit Tigers.
In six appearances for the White Sox, he had an ERA of 3.94. During the regular season, the White Sox moved Bassitt to the AFL’s Glendale franchise, where in 13 innings of work, he had a 0.69 ERA and had struck out 22 while walking just three.