Graduated from Hialeah H.S. (Fla.) in 2013.
Went 12-4 with one complete-game shutout and a 2.44 ERA (158.1IP, 108H, 44R/43ER, 38BB, 163K, 16HR) in 28 starts…opponents hit .189/.241/.313 (108-for-572, 16HR); LH .110/.180/.159 (9-for-82, 1HR); RH .202/.251/.339 (99- for-490, 15HR)…recorded a career best in ERA and set career highs in starts, innings pitched and strikeouts… was named to his first career All-Star team...According to Elias, his 2.44 ERA was the third-lowest by a Yankees pitcher in a single season in the Divisional Era since 1969 (min. 25 games started), trailing only Ron Guidry’s 1.74 ERA in 1978 and Steve Jack Kline’s 2.40 ERA in 1972....Among pitchers with 150.0IP in 2022, ranked second in the Majors in opponents’ OBP (.241, second in AL) and opponents’ OPS (.554, second in AL), third in WHIP (0.92, second in AL) and opponents’ BA (.189, second in AL), sixth in opponents’ SLG (.313, fourth in AL) and seventh in ERA (2.44, fifth in AL)....Among left-handed pitchers vs. left-handed batters (min. 65BF), owned the lowest OPS (.338), ranked second in opponents’ batting average (second in AL), OBP (first in AL) and third in opponents’ SLG (second in AL)....Tossed at least 6.0IP and allowed 1R-or-fewer in 10 starts....Allowed 3R-or-fewer in 25 of his 28 starts, including 2R-or-fewer in 21 starts and 1R-or-fewer in 15 starts… tossed seven scoreless starts....Allowed just 1H and tossed at least 5.0 innings in five of his starts (1H in 7.1IP on 10/1 vs. Baltimore, 1H in 6.0IP on 9/25 vs. Boston, 1H in 5.1IP on 8/5 at St. Louis, 1H in 7.1IP on 5/9 vs. Texas and 1H in 6.1IP on 4/23 vs. Cleveland)… is the first Yankee in franchise history to record five such starts in a season (previous: three such starts by Luis Severino in 2022, David Cone in 1999 and Scott Sanderson in 1991)…his five such starts are tied for the most in Major League history, becoming just the seventh starting pitcher to do so and the third to accomplish the feat in 2022 (Michael Kopech and Cristian Javier also recorded five in 2022)...Recorded 13 quality starts…tossed at least 5.0IP in 22 of his 28 starts....144 of his strikeouts ended with a fastball, the most in the Majors (next: Gerrit Cole - 141K)...Went 6-1 with a 1.95 ERA (87.2IP, 19ER), 89K and a .161 opponents’ BA (49-for-305) in 15 home starts…his 1.95 ERA at home was the fourth-lowest in the AL (min. 60.0IP)…recorded at least 7K in six of his 15 starts at home....Went 5-1 with a 2.07 ERA (69.2IP, 16ER) and 68K over his final 12 starts (7/14-10/1) after going 2-2 with a 5.34 ERA (28.2IP, 17ER) and 27K in his previous six starts (6/8-7/8)…began the season 5-1 with a 1.50 ERA (60.0IP, 10ER) over his first 10 starts (4/12-6/2-G1)....In 13 road starts, went 6-3 with a 3.06 ERA (70.2IP, 24ER) and 74K...Allowed 3R-or-fewer in 19 consecutive starts from 8/15/21-6/2/22(G1), the second-longest streak in franchise history by a Yankees starting pitcher, trailing only Russ Ford (20 starts from 8/9/1910-G2-5/27/1911-G2)… allowed 2R-or-fewer in 16 of those 19 starts…went 7-3 with a 2.22 ERA (109.2IP, 27ER), 125K and a .200 (80- for-401) opponents’ BA over that span…his 2.22 ERA in that span was the second-lowest in the Majors during that stretch (min. 100.0IP), trailing only Miami’s Sandy Alcantara (2.10)…his 10.26 K/9.0IP ratio in that span was the third-lowest in the AL and eighth-lowest in the Majors (min. 100.0IP).....Allowed 2R-or-fewer in nine consecutive starts from 9/25/21-5/15/22, tied with Luis Severino (nine starts from 9/12/18-4/20/22), Michael Pineda (nine starts from 4/5-9/5/14) and Art Ditmar (nine starts from 7/26-9/9/59) for the longest such streak in franchise history by a Yankees starting pitcher (excludes Chad Green’s 12-start streak as an opener from 6/11/17-8/12/19-G2).....Did not allow a run over 18.1 innings in three starts vs. the Orioles.....Through his first 10 starts of the season from 4/12-6/2-G1, went 5-1 with a 1.50 ERA (60.0IP, 10ER) and 68K… according to Elias, his 1.50 ERA was the ninth-lowest by a Yankees starter through their first 10 starts of a season in franchise history and the third-lowest in the last 70 seasons (since 1953), trailing only Phil Niekro’s 1.20 ERA in 1984 and Rob Gardner’s 1.32 ERA in 1972…his 1.50 ERA in that span (4/8-6/7) was the lowest ERA in the Majors over that stretch.....Posted a career-high 16.0 scoreless inning streak from 10/1/21-4/23/22....Made his season debut on 4/12 in the Yankees’ 4-0 win vs. Toronto, tossing 4.1 scoreless innings (3H, 0BB, 5K)…was his second career scoreless start (also 0R in 4.2IP on 7/9/21 at Houston).....Tossed 5.0 scoreless innings and set a career high with 12K in a no-decision on 4/17 at Baltimore…marked his second career double-digit strikeout game (also 11K on 9/15/21 at Baltimore)…became the first pitcher in franchise history to record at least 12K in 5.0IP-or-fewer…was just the fifth Yankees pitcher (10th time) since 2003 to record at least 12K in a scoreless start, joining Gerrit Cole (four times in 2021), James Paxton (three times in 2019), Masahiro Tanaka (0R and 15K in 7.0IP on 9/29/17 vs. Toronto) and CC Sabathia (0R and 13K in 7.2IP on 6/30/11 vs. Milwaukee)…also tossed an immaculate inning in the fourth inning…according to Elias, it was the seventh immaculate inning by a Yankee since 2000, joining Chad Green (7/4/21-G2 vs. the Mets), Michael King (6/4/21 vs. Boston), Dellin Betances (8/2/17 vs. Detroit), Brandon McCarthy (9/17/14 at Tampa Bay), Iván Nova (5/29/13 vs. the Mets) and A.J. Burnett (6/20/09 at Florida)…Baseball Almanac notes that Ron Guidry (8/7/84-G2 vs. Chicago-AL) and Al Downing (8/11/67-G1 at Cleveland) have also thrown immaculate innings.....Allowed just 1H over 6.1 innings on 4/23 vs. Cleveland (ND, 2BB, 8K, 1HR)…did not allow a hit to his first 14 batters faced…his only hit allowed was a two-run homer to Josh Naylor in the fifth....Earned his first win of the season in the Yankees’ 12-2 victory on 4/29 at Kansas City (5.0IP, 8H, 2R/1ER, 0BB, 3K)…his 8H allowed set a career high....Recorded a 15.1 scoreless inning streak from 5/4-15…was the fifth-longest by a Yankees pitcher in 2022...Took his first loss of the season on 5/4 at Toronto (4.0IP, 4H, 2ER, 4BB, 3K, 1HR)…tied his career high with 4BB....Recorded at least 7K in three straight starts from 5/9-21…marked the first time in his career he recorded 7K-or-more in three consecutive games.....Allowed just 1H over 7.1 scoreless innings on 5/9 vs. Texas (ND, 4BB, 11K)…did not allow a hit to his first 26 batters faced…his only hit allowed was a one-out, eighth-inning single to Eli White…marked his third career double-digit strikeout game and second of the season (also 12K on 4/17/22 at Baltimore and 11K on 9/15/21 at Baltimore)…tied his career high in walks.....Earned the win and set a career high with 8.0 innings on 5/15 at Chicago-AL (3H, 1ER, 0BB, 7K, 1HR)....Earned the win and tossed a career-high-tying 8.0IP on 5/26 at Tampa Bay (4H, 1ER, 1BB, 5K)....Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings and earned the win on 6/2-G1 vs. Los Angeles-AL (5H, 2BB, 7K). ....Took the loss on 6/8 at Minnesota after allowing a season-high-tying with 4ER (4.1IP, 7H, 0BB, 3K, 2HR)…were his most runs allowed in a start since 8/10/21 at Kansas City (5R/4ER), snapping his streak of 19 consecutive starts with 3R-or-fewer allowed (8/15/21-6/2/22-G1)…allowed 2HR in a game for the first time since 9/9/21 vs. Toronto and just the third time in 33 games since the beginning of 2021.....Took the loss on 6/21 at Tampa Bay after allowing a career-high 3HR (4.1IP, 6H, 4ER, 0BB, 3K).....Allowed a season-high-tying 4ER in his shortest start of the year on 7/8 at Boston (3.2IP, 8H, 2BB, 4K, 2HR)… his 8H also tied his career high.....Was named to his first career All-Star team via the player ballot…tossed a scoreless sixth inning (1BB, 2K, 1HP)…struck out Atlanta’s Austin Riley and Miami’s Garrett Cooper.....Earned the win on 7/24 at Baltimore after tossing 6.0 scoreless innings (6H, 0BB, 7K). ...Allowed just 1H in 5.1 innings in a no-decision on 8/5 at St. Louis (2ER, 4BB, 4K)…his 4BB tied his career high...Did not allow a hit to his first 16BF on 8/10 at Seattle before surrendering a go-ahead solo HR to Sam Haggerty with one out in the sixth inning (ND, 6.0IP, 3H, 3ER, 1BB, 10K, 1HR)…marked his fourth career double-digit strikeout game and his third of the season....Was placed on the 15-day injured list on 8/25 (retroactive to 8/22) with a left groin strain…missed 15 team games…was reinstated on 9/8.....Did not allow a run in his final 14.1 innings from 9/20-10/1.....Allowed just 1H and tossed at least 6.0 innings in back-to-back appearances from 9/25-10/1, becoming just the second pitcher in franchise history to accomplish the feat (also Vic Raschi - 2GS from 9/9-G2-14/51)…is the third Yankees pitcher to do so in back-to-back starts in franchise history, joining Raschi and Whitey Ford (2GS from 9/2-7/55)…Ford made a relief appearance between those two starts.....Recorded a rain-shortened complete-game shutout on 9/25 vs. Boston (6.0IP, 1H, 2BB, 5K)…marked his first career complete game…allowed his only hit on a double to Rob Refsnyder in the fourth inning....In his final start of the season, tossed 7.1 scoreless innings and earned the win on 10/1 vs. Baltimore (1H, 2BB, 12K)…recorded a career-high-tying 12K (also 12K on 4/17 at Baltimore)…did not allow a hit to his first 15BF (2BB)…surrendered his only hit of the game on a two-out fifth-inning single to Jorge Mateo…marked his fifth career double-digit strikeout game and fourth of the season.....Made his first three career postseason starts, going 1-0 with a 4.50 ERA (12.0IP, 6ER)…made his first career postseason start in ALDS Game 2 vs. Cleveland and did not record a decision (5.0IP, 6H, 2ER, 3BB, 3K, 1HR)… started on short rest in ALDS Game 5 vs. Cleveland and earned his first postseason win (5.0IP, 3H, 1ER, 1BB, 2K, 0HR)…was just the sixth Yankees starting pitcher to toss at least 5.0IP and allow 1R-or-fewer in a “winnertake-all” game, joining Gerrit Cole (5.1IP and 1R in 2020 ALDS Game 5 at Tampa Bay in San Diego), CC Sabathia (9.0IP and 1R in 2012 ALDS Game 5 vs. Baltimore), Roger Clemens (6.1IP and 1R in 2001 World Series Game 7 at Arizona), Ralph Terry (CGSHO in 1962 World Series Game 7 at San Francisco) and Johnny Kucks (CGSHO in 1956 World Series Game 7 at Brooklyn)…also started ALCS Game 4 vs. Houston and exited the game in the third inning with a left groin injury (2.0IP, 2H, 3ER, 3BB, 2K, 1HR).
Went 2-3 with a 2.90 ERA (93.0IP, 75H, 32R/30ER, 25BB, 103K, 14HR) in 22 appearances (14 starts) with the Yankees…opponents hit .217 (75-for-345, 14HR); LH .228 (18-for-79, 2HR); RH .214 (57-for-266, 12HR)…From his season debut on 5/30 to the end of the season, his 2.90 ERA was the third-lowest in the AL (min. 80.0IP), trailing only Toronto’s Robbie Ray (2.48) and Oakland’s Frankie Montas (2.88)…As a starter, went 2-3 with a 3.07 ERA (73.1IP, 25ER) in 14 starts…allowed 2R-or-fewer in 11 of his starts and 3R-or-fewer in 13 those games…tossed at least 5.0 innings in nine of his 14 starts...Made eight relief appearances for the Yankees, posting a 2.29 ERA (19.2IP, 5ER) and 28K in those games…tossed at least 2.0 innings in six of those eight relief appearances...Was 1-1 with a 2.53 ERA (46.1IP, 13ER) and 53K in 12 home games (seven starts)…allowed 2ER-or-fewer in six-of-seven home starts...In 10 road games, went 1-2 with a 3.28 ERA (46.2IP, 17ER) and 50K in 10 games (seven starts)…Allowed a home run in each of his final 11 appearances of the season (8/5-10/1), tied with Jim Abbott (11G from 6/10-8/4/94) for the third-longest streak in franchise history, trailing only Dennis Rasmussen’s 14-game streak from 7/10-9/29/86 and Phil Hughes’ 12-game streak from 4/8-6/9/12...11 of the 14 home runs he allowed were solo home runs...Began the season with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, going 1-1 with one save, a 1.20 ERA (15.0IP, 2ER) and 18K in five games (one start)…Was signed to a Major League contract and selected to the 26-man roster from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on 5/30…made his season debut that night, allowing 2R/1ER in 3.2 innings of relief (3H, 4BB, 3K)…issued a career-high 4BB…marked his longest appearance since 6/25/19 vs. Toronto with the Yankees (4.1IP)…Made his first seven appearances in relief from 5/30-6/29, posting a 1.02 ERA (17.2IP, 2ER) with 25K in that span...On 6/12 at Philadelphia, recorded 6K over 3.2 innings of relief (4H, 1ER, 1BB, 1WP)…marked his most strikeouts in a game since 6/15/19 at Chicago-AL (7K)…On 6/19 vs. Oakland, tossed 3.0 scoreless innings of relief (1H, 1BB, 3K)…marked the third time in his career he has tossed 3.0 scoreless innings in relief (also 4.0IP on 5/26/19 at Kansas City and 3.0IP on 6/9/19 at Cleveland)…Received votes for AL “Reliever of the Month” for June after posting a 0.64 ERA (14.0IP, 1ER) with 22K in six relief outings...Recorded a season-best 11.1-inning scoreless streak from 6/19-7/4-G2...Tossed 4.2 scoreless innings on 7/9 at Houston (2H, 2BB, 2K), his first career scoreless start...Was placed on the COVID-19 injured list on 7/15 and was reinstated prior to the game on 7/23…missed six team games from 7/15-22...Made his first appearance back from the injured list as a reliever on 7/23 at Boston, allowing 3ER in 2.0IP (3H, 3K, 1HR)...Pinch ran for Gio Urshela in the eighth inning on 7/30 at Miami, becoming the first Yankees pitcher to pinch run since A.J. Burnett on 5/18/2011 at Baltimore (credit: YES Network)…Recorded his first loss of the season on 8/10 at Kansas City after allowing a season-high 5R/4ER in 5.2IP (7H, 5K, 2HR)…surrendered a career-high-tying 2HR, both to Salvador Perez (two-run HR in the first, solo HR in the sixth)…Recorded his first career quality start and earned his first win of the season on 8/15 at Chicago-AL (6.0IP, 7H, 1ER, 1BB, 7K, 1HR)…surrendered a solo HR to Andrew Vaughn in the sixth, his only run allowed in the game...Earned his second win of the season and tossed a career-high 7.0 innings on 8/20 vs. Minnesota (4H, 2ER, 2BB, 7K, 1HR, 1HP)…also threw a career-high 104 pitches (previous: 98).
Went 0-1 with a 15.26 ERA (7.2IP, 13ER) in five games (one start) with Seattle before missing the remainder of the season on the injured list with a left elbow impingement…following the season, made five starts for las Estrella Orientales in the Dominican Winter League without recording a decision (4.91 ERA, 18.1IP, 17H, 10ER, 5BB, 27K, 2HR).
Was 5-1, 5.67 (42 ER, 66.2 IP) and 69 strikeouts in 33 games (1 start) over 8 stints with the Yankees...Made his Yankees debut on May 11 at Tampa Bay (2.0,4,3,3,0,3,HR)...Tossed 15.2 consecutive scoreless innings, May 19 - June 15...Earned his first Major League win and collected a career-high 7 strikeouts on June 15 at Chicago-AL (5.0,6,2,2,0,7)...Made his first career start as the Yankees "opener " on September 10 at Detroit (2.1,6,4,2,1,2)...Went 2-2 with a 3.86 ERA (17 ER, 39.2 IP) and 42 strikeouts in 7 games (6 starts) with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
Saw his first Major League action with Baltimore, making four relief appearances and posting a 7.71 ERA (4.2IP, 10H, 4ER, 4BB, 3K, 2HR)… made the Orioles Opening Day roster as a Rule 5 selection… made his Major League debut in 3/31 loss vs. Minnesota (2.0IP, 3H, 1ER, 2BB, 2K) and recorded his first career strikeout (Byron Buxton in the sixth inning)… had one scoreless outing, in 4/7 loss at the Yankees (1.0IP, 1H, 1BB)… was designated for assignment on 4/10 and returned to the Yankees on 4/13… made one relief appearance with Double-A Trenton on 4/16 at Erie (3.1IP, 1ER), then joined Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre for the rest of the season on 4/20… went 6-6 with one complete game and a 3.71 ERA (111.2IP, 95H, 50R/46ER, 37BB, 96K, 13HR) in 23 games (18 starts) with the RailRiders… allowed 1H and 1BB over 6.0 scoreless innings to go with 10K in 7/16 win at Toledo… following the season, made eight starts for Oriente in the Dominican Winter League and was 2-0 with a 1.71 ERA (42.0IP, 26H, 9R/8ER, 10BB, 45K, 3HR).
Spent time in three levels of the Yankees organization, including Class A-Advanced Tampa, Double-A Trenton, and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre...Went a combined 7-4 with a 2.06 ERA (24 ER/104.2 IP) in 30 appearances (13 starts)...Began the season with the Tampa Yankees and made one appearance on 4/7 at Lakeland (4.1 IP, 6 H, 1R/ER, 1 HR, 1 BB, 3 K) before being promoted to Trenton...Went an undefeated 5-0 with a 2.60 ERA (15 ER/52.0 IP) in 18 games (7 starts) at Trenton...Posted a 1.49 ERA (8 ER/48.1 IP) in 11 games (6 starts) at Triple-A...His 13 starts and 30 appearances between the three levels each marked a career-high...Named an Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star with Trenton...Did not allow an earned run in the month of July (18.1 IP) in six games (one start)...Made four starts for the Estrellas de Oriente in the Dominican Winter League…Went 2-1 with a 1.25 ERA (3 ER/21.2 IP)...Acquired by the Orioles on 12/14 in the Rule 5 Draft.
Pitched at four levels of the Yankees system, combining to log an 11-4 record with three saves and a 1.53 ERA (106.0IP, 61H, 25R/18ER, 24BB, 115K, 5HR) in 21 appearances (12 starts) at Single-A Charleston (13G/8GS), Double-A Trenton (1G/0GS), Single-A Tampa (6G/3GS) and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (1GS)… had the lowest ERA and WHIP in the minor leagues (min. 100.0IP), and led all minor league pitchers with a .167 opponents' BA (61-for-365); LH .149 (13-for-87), RH .173 (48-for- 278)… posted the seventh-highest strikeout rate (29.0%, 115K/396BF) in the minors (min. 100.0IP)… ranked fifth in the organization in wins… in 12 starts, was 7-3 with a 1.30 ERA (69.1IP, 45H, 12R/10ER, 13BB, 73K, 3HR)… began the season with Charleston and went 6-2 with two saves and a 0.79 ERA (68.1IP, 36H, 10R/6ER, 15BB, 75K, 3HR) in 13 games (eight starts)… was a South Atlantic League Mid-Season All-Star… earned SAL "Pitcher of the Week" honors after recording a career-high 12K over 6.0 scoreless innings (2H, 1BB) on 5/19 vs. Columbia… made one relief appearance with Trenton on 6/26 at Akron, permitting just a two-run HR to Clint Frazier over 4.0IP (2ER) while earning a save… logged a 4-2 record and 3.21 ERA (24H, 13R/10ER, 4BB, 31K) over six appearances (three starts) at Tampa… was named FSL "Pitcher of the Week" for 8/15-21 after fanning nine batters over 7.0 scoreless innings (2H, 0BB) on 8/19 at Brevard County… his final appearance of the season was a start for Scranton/WB on 8/30 at Buffalo, and he tossed 5.2 scoreless, hitless innings (3BB, 4K, 1HP) to win his Triple-A debut… following the season, made six appearances for Scottsdale of the Arizona Fall League and posted a 4.70 ERA (7.2IP, 6H, 4ER, 6BB, 10K).
Went 6-3 with a 2.26 ERA (63.2IP, 48H, 21R/16ER, 10BB, 66K) in 12 games (10 starts) with Rookie-level Pulaski… opponents batted .203 (48-for-236); LH .161 (9-for-56); RH .217 (39-for-180)… led the Appalachian League in opponents' BA and WHIP (0.91)… ranked second in the league in strikeouts and third in ERA and innings pitched… was named an Appalachian League Postseason All-Star… did not allow an earned run in four consecutive starts from 7/6- 23 (22.1IP)… was named the Appalachian League "Pitcher of the Week" for 7/6-12 (2GS, 1-0, 12.0IP, 6H, 0R, 1BB, 10K).
Spent the season with the GCL Yankees 2, going 1-2 with a 2.27 ERA (31.2IP, 35H, 8ER, 5BB, 38K) in 11 games (two starts).
Made his professional debut with the GCL Yankees 1, going 0-1 with one save and a 4.42 ERA (18.1IP, 9ER, 20K, 5BB) in 10 appearances (three starts).