In Major League Baseball, Dany Jiménez pitches for the Oakland Athletics. He is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher.
He was born in the Dominican Republic on December 23, 1993. He’s a former San Francisco Giants baseball player with MLB experience.
An offer from the Toronto Blue Jays as an international free agent was accepted by Julio Jiménez on August 6, 2015. While in 2016,
he participated in the Gulf Coast Rookie League and the Dominican Summer League, splitting his time between the two leagues.
In 2018, he made his major league debut as a reliever and went on to have a 6–2 record, 13 saves, and an ERA of 3.84 in his first full season.
This year, he’ll split his time between Dunedin and New Hampshire, splitting time between the two levels.
After going undrafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 2019 Rule 5 draft, the Toronto Blue Jays snagged Julio Jiménez in the second round.
He made his major league pitching debut on July 23, 2020, against the Los Angeles Dodgers, tossing one inning and a third. He threw a scoreless inning.
After completing the waiver procedure, he became eligible to rejoin the Blue Jays organization on August 2. As a non-roster invitee, the team invited him to Spring Training on March 15, 2021.
3 wins, 2 losses, and an earned run average of 2.22 were his stats at the Triple-A Buffalo League in 2021 with the Buffalo Bisons.
His deal with the Oakland Athletics was signed on October 5, when he exercised his right to become a free
How Old Is Dany Jiménez?
It was on December 23, 1993 in the province of San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic, that he was born. In the future, he will be 29.