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How did the Royals get Jake Brentz? Where did the Royals Get Jake Brentz?

Jake Brentz Brentz is a baseball player who plays professional baseball for the Kansas City Royals of the  Major League Baseball(MLB). He plays as a pitcher when on the field.



Jake was born and raised in Ballwin, Missouri in the United States. Jake was born on September 14, 1994. He is 27years now.  He completed his high school education at Parkway South High School located in Manchester, Missouri.

The Toronto Blue Jays drafted him in the 11th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft and he was signed to the team on July 12, 2013. Two years after playing with the Jays, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners baseball team. In 2016 whiles still with the Mariners, he split the season into two and played in two minor league games.




In September 2016, the Mariners traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates. He was with the Pirates till August 20, 2019, when he signed a minor league contract with the Kansas City Royals organisation. After almost a year with the Royals, Jake was added to the Royals 60-man player pool, which is a replacement for the minor leagues due to the cancellation of the Minor League Baseball season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

How did the Royals get Jake Brentz? Where did the Royals Get Jake Brentz?



The Kansas City Royals got Jake as a free agent when his previous team, the Pittsburgh Pirates, let him go. The Royals signed him unto their minor league contract in August 2019 and he has been with them to date.

 

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