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Ryan was dealt to the Minnesota Twins on July 22, 2021, along with Drew Strotman, in exchange for Nelson Cruz and Calvin Faucher. At the time of the transaction, Ryan was in Tokyo, competing in the 2020 Summer Olympics.

The Twins chose to choose Ryan’s contract when the rosters were extended after he made two starts for the Saints of Triple-A St. Paul, compiling an earned run average of 2.00 and recording 17 strikeouts.

Joe Ryan
Joe Ryan

On September 1, 2021, Ryan made his debut in the Major League Baseball, starting the game against the Chicago Cubs. He threw for five innings, allowed three runs, and struck out five batters.

Rocco Baldelli, the team’s manager, made the announcement on April 1, 2022, that Ryan would be the starting pitcher for the 2022 Opening Day game against the Seattle Mariners.

This would be Ryan’s first Opening Day start of his career.

Ryan was added to the roster of the United States national baseball team in May 2021 so that the United States could compete in the baseball competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

On July 2, following the completion of the team’s qualification process, he was included on the Olympic roster. After that, the team went on to win the silver medal, losing to Japan in the game for the gold medal.

Where Is Joe Ryan From Minnesota Twins From?

Joe Ryan is from San Francisco, California, United States. He grew up in San Anselmo, California.