Resides in Miami, FL during the offseason...Participated in the Tigers Winter Caravan...Played collegiately at the University of Miami, where he finished his career with 43 saves, which were the most in school history and tied for the most in Atlantic Coast Conference history...as a junior in 2016, was named the NCBWA Stopper of the Year after going 2-0 with 18 saves, a 1.89 ERA (38.0IP/8ER) and 55 strikeouts in 35 appearances...Recommended/signed by Nick Avila for the Tigers.
Spent most of the 2019 season with Triple A Toledo, making 31 appearances out of the bullpen...also saw the first big league action of his career, pitching in seven games with Detroit...Sidelined from April 4-May 2 while recovering from right elbow surgery...Allowed one run in his final nine outings with Toledo from August 3-30, posting a 3-0 record with a 0.90 ERA (10.0IP/1ER) with six strikeouts...Had his contract selected from Toledo prior to the game on September 1 vs. Minnesota...made his Major League debut on September 2 against the Twins, pitching a scoreless ninth inning...Picked up the first strikeout of his big league career on September 12 vs. New York (AL), fanning Gio Urshela.
Missed the entire 2018 season after undergoing right elbow surgery...Ranked as the No. 22 prospect in the Tigers organization by Baseball America following the season.
Pitched at four different levels of the Tigers organization in 2017, combining to make 52 appearances between Single A West Michigan, Single A Lakeland, Double A Erie and Triple A Toledo...Named an organization All-Star by MiLB.com...Threw 24.2 consecutive scoreless innings from April 29-July 2...over that stretch, he went 2-0 with eight saves, 11 hits allowed, five walks and 41 strikeouts...Ranked as the 16th-best prospect in the Tigers organization by Baseball America following the season.
Completed his first season of professional baseball in 2016, spending most of the season with Single A Connecticut...Ranked tied for sixth in the New York-Penn League with six saves...Did not allow an earned run in the first 12 appearances of his professional career, throwing 13.2 innings and giving up eight hits with three walks and 18 strikeouts...Rated as the No. 22 prospect in the Tigers organization by Baseball America following the season.