As major league debuts go, Diamondbacks pitcher Charles Brewer's was relatively average. The right-hander threw 1 23 innings of scoreless relief in Los Angeles on Monday and probably benefited from a ridiculous Gerardo Parra catch and a bad call from an umpire that saved a run.
Still, Brewer made D-backs history, becoming the first Arizona-born player to be drafted by and debut for the team.
"It's a huge deal for me to be here with the team and put on that same uniform I've always seen from the stands growing up," Brewer told FOX Sports Arizona's Todd Walsh.
The D-backs drafted Brewer, a Paradise Valley native who graduated from Scottsdale Chaparral High School, out of UCLA in the 12th round of the 2009 MLB First Year Player Draft. The team called him up Monday to add a fresh arm to a tired bullpen.
Brewer is not the first Arizonan to put on a D-backs uniform. That distinction probably belongs to reliever Ed Vosberg, a Tucson native who joined the D-backs as a free agent in 199...