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First baseman with the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball, Joshua Evan Bell, as he is actually known, is a professional baseball player. Prior to the Nationals, he played for the Pittsburgh Pirates. In 2016, he made his Major League Baseball debut.

Bell was being drafted by the Pirates in the second round of the Major League Baseball draft in the 61st overall selection, in the year 2021 draft. Before his real professional career, he had minor league work out with the State College Spikes. Bell who now plays for the Nationals was traded by the Pirates on  December 4, 2020 which was in exchange for one Wil Crowe and Eddy Yean.

In his Amateur days, he is known to be a product of Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas and was known to have been selected by the Pirates in the second round of the MLB draft in the year 2011. He was known to have received a $5 million signing bonus, a kind of record for a player who is outside of a first round, he bypassed his college scholarship to the University of Texas. With the Pirates, he played MLB with them from the year 2016 to 2020 and was known to be an All-Star with them in the year 2019.

Josh Bell
Josh Bell

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2022 Regular Season