For the DSL Mariners in 2013, pitcher Freddy Peralta posted a 1.56 ERA in 55 1/3 innings.
He struggled domestically, recording a 5.29 record for the AZL Mariners in 2014, but in 2015 and 2016, he averaged 10.6 strikeouts per nine innings.
He was exchanged for slugger Adam Lind by the Milwaukee Brewers on December 9, 2015, along with minor league pitchers Carlos Herrera and Daniel Missaki.
In 2016, he was a Mid-Season All-Star in the Midwest League. He pitched for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers in 16 games that season, going 4-1 with a 2.85 ERA, and he concluded the campaign with the Florida State League’s Brevard County Manatees.
He was 4-4 and 3.62 overall. He began the 2017 season with the Carolina Mudcats before being promoted to AA with the Biloxi Shuckers of the Southern League in the middle of the year.
His 120 innings pitched, 77 hits allowed, and 169 strikeouts were excellent for an ERA of 2.63 and an underwhelming 3-8 win/loss record, respectively.
After the season, mlb.com ranked him as the Brewers organization’s ninth-best prospect.
He began the 2018 season in the AAA Pacific Coast League and performed admirably for the Colorado Springs SkySox right away.
After 7 starts, he was 5-1 with a 3.63 ERA in a league known for being hitter-friendly. On May 13th, he was brought up to Milwaukee to start in place of the sick Chase Anderson, and he had a fantastic outing against the Colorado Rockies.
How Much Does Freddy Peralta Make?
Freddy Peralta Earns an average annual salary of $3,100,000. In 2022, Peralta’s base pay will be $2,250,000.