TAMPA, FL - The Trenton Thunder beat the Double-A Pirates 2-1 on Saturday behind some strong pitching, especially from left-hander Jeremy Bleich.
The Yankees drafted left-handed pitcher Jeremy Bleich in the supplemental first round of the 2008 MLB Draft out of Stanford University. He missed most of the 2010 season and all of the 2011 season after having torn labrum surgery on his throwing shoulder, but finally made a comeback bid this past season and looked quite strong in the process.
STATEN ISLAND, NY - Yankees' 2008 supplemental first round pick, Jeremy Bleich, impressed people early with his performances on the mound. He has since struggled to come back from shoulder surgery in 2010, but now a healthy Bleich has returned to the Baby Bombers and is back on the mound in Staten Island. His focus is on staying healthy and regaining comfort on the mound.
Remember Jeremy Bleich? I wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t. He was signed by the Yankees in the supplemental round, 44th overall, of the 2008 draft and ended up being their top selection after Gerrit Cole spurned their millions for UCLA. That’s not the reason why you wouldn’t remember him. The reason for that is because he hasn’t pitched since May of 2010 after suffering...
Jeremy Bleich last pitched in an official minor league game back on May 16th of 2010 and has spent most of the past two seasons rehabbing his way back from shoulder surgery. Currently at the minor league complex in preparation for a full return in 2012, he says he is feeling quite strong at this point.