Scott Alexander, a major league pitcher, and Stu Alexander, a minor league pitcher, are Jason Alexander’s brothers.
After transferring to California State University, Long Beach in 2014, he was forced to undergo Tommy John surgery, which effectively ended his college career.
He had to transfer to Menlo College in 2017 since he had exhausted his NCAA Division I eligibility in the meantime, and he was not ready to pitch until then. When he was signed by the Los Angeles Angels on June 21st of that year, he had never been drafted.
After a successful season at AA earlier this year, he made it to AAA with the Salt Lake Bees in 2018 and again in 2019, however he was poor at that level, with a 3-5, 9.36 record in 12 games.
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, many major league organizations cut their minor league rosters, and he was one of the victims.
He was given his walking papers on June 5th. In April of the following year, he was able to join the Miami Marlins as a free agent.
With the AAA Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, he had two starts, both of which went well, before being placed on the injured list on June 1st and being out of action until early September.
After returning to Jacksonville, he continued to have a strong season, going 1-1 with a 1.37 ERA in seven starts. Milwaukee Brewers signed him at the end of November as a free agent after the season.
His first two months of the 2022 season were spent with the AAA Nashville Sounds, where he had a 6-2, 2.64 record in nine games (seven starts) before being called up to the major league club.
On June 1st, he made his major league pitching debut against the Chicago Cubs. After seven innings, he allowed three runs, two of them earned, but the Brewers fell, 4-3, in a 10-inning game.
How Tall Is Jason Alexander?
Jason Alexander stands at a height of 1.9 m.