Josh Fields, Hector Rondon, and Daniel Rosenbaum were all taken by the Minnesota Twins with the fourth choice of the 2012 Rule V Draft.
When the Twins called him up for spring training, he made his main league debut on April 4th, 2013, against his former team, the Detroit Tigers.
As his team’s seventh pitcher, he entered the game in the ninth inning and went on to retire the final three batters he faced, including Torii Hunter, all on strikes, to secure a 9-2 victory.
On May 30 and 31, 2015, Pressly earned a win in both of his two bullpen appearances against the Toronto Blue Jays. Both victories came by a solitary run, as the Twins held on to an unexpected lead in the AL Central.
In his rookie season, he was 3-2 with a 2.93 ERA in 27 appearances, then in 2016, he was 6-7 with a 3.70 ERA in 72 appearances for the last-place Twins, going with his first major league save.
There were no playoffs for him in 2017, but the Minnesota Twins finished the season with a winning record, which earned them an appearance in the Wild Card Game.
Ryan Pressly Contract
The Houston Astros signed Ryan Pressly to a two-year, $30 million contract that includes a $30 million guarantee.
Ryan Pressly Salary
Ryan Pressly earns a yearly salary of $15,000,000 on average. In 2022, Pressly’s basic salary will be $10,000,000, with a total salary of $10,000,000.
Ryan Pressly’s Net Worth
Ryan Pressly has a net worth of $10 million