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How Tall Is Sean Reid-Foley?

Sean Reid-Foley stands at a height of 1.91 m


Sean Reid-Foley Pro Career

He was picked by the Blue Jays in the second round, 49th overall, in the 2014 MLB draft, where he was ranked 18th by

He was passed over in the first round because he had signed a letter of intent to attend Florida State University.

He signed with the Blue Jays on June 10th, 2014, for a bonus of $1.128 million and was slated to report to Clearwater for extended spring training.

At the Rookie-level of the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays, Reid-Foley made his professional debut on June 27. He threw two and third innings and gave up two runs.

In nine outings (six starts), he went 1–2 with a 4.76 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 2223 innings during the 2014 regular season.

Short Season-A Vancouver Canadians promoted Reid-Foley on September 3, 2014, however, he didn’t make a postseason appearance.

In 2015, Reid-Foley made his debut for the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts on April 14, 2015.

His performance in the first three innings of the game was impressive, giving only two hits and two walks while striking out six.

On May 30 against the Dayton Dragons, he threw 52 1/3 innings and struck out ten. He was named to MLB Pipeline’s Prospect Team of the Week for his performance.

Reid-Foley was promoted to Dunedin Blue Jays Advanced-A in late June. First pitch:

He pitched five innings of shutout relief against the Lakeland Flying Tigers on July 5. A 4–10 record, 4.22 ERA, and 125 strikeouts in 96 innings earned Reid-Foley a spot on the All-Star team in 2015.

To begin the 2016 minor league season, he was assigned to the Lansing Lugnuts.

When Reid-Foley was promoted to the Dunedin Blue Jays on June 16 after pitching to a 2.95 ERA in 58 innings, he was scheduled to face the Clearwater Threshers that night.

It was his best performance of the season, with 12 strikeouts in a 4–0 win over the Cardinals. He was ranked 93rd on the MLB’s Top 100 prospects list on July 27th, 2014.

He had a combined record of 10–5, a 2.81 ERA, and 130 strikeouts in 11513 innings in the 2016 season.

Reid-walk Foley’s rate dropped from 6.3 per nine innings in 2015 to 3.0 in 2016, a significant improvement.

Reid-Foley began the 2017 season with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, a Double-A affiliate.

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