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Alec Daniel Bohm (born August 3, 1996) is a Major League Baseball third baseman who plays for the Philadelphia Phillies.

Bohm was a great hitter for Roncalli Catholic High School in Omaha, Nebraska, however, he was not picked in the 2015 MLB Draft.

Alec Bohm
Alec Bohm

Instead, he elected to play collegiate baseball with the Wichita State Shockers after graduating from high school. In his three years with the Shockers, Bohm was a prolific offensive player with a batting average of over.300.

Bohm also played collegiate summer baseball in the Coastal Plain League and the Cape Cod Baseball League outside of Wichita State.

In the 2018 MLB draft, the Phillies picked Bohm third overall, and he signed with the organization in June.

He was supposed to reach Class A in the Phillies’ organizational system by the end of 2018, but a knee injury set him back.

After the COVID-19 outbreak prompted the postponement of the Minor League Baseball season, Bohm played in the All-Star Futures Game in 2019 and began the 2020 season at an alternate training location.

In August, the Phillies brought up Bohm from that training facility, and he ended the season as the team’s starting third baseman.

Bohm started the 2021 MLB season at third base for the Phillies after a good rookie season, but a series of defensive mistakes and a weak bat pushed him down to the minors in August.

How Many Errors Does Bohm Have?

Alec Bohm has three errors in the first three innings, all of which occurred at third base. When a fielder fails to convert an out on a play that an average fielder should have made, the official scorer calls an error.

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