BREAKING: Former HiTom Matt Ramsey Makes His MLB Debut

Former High Point-Thomasville HiTom Matt Ramsey made his Major League debut April 25 for the Los Angeles Angels. Ramsey entered in the ninth inning of the Angels 11-5 win over the New York Yankees and did not allow a run or hit. He also struck out one batter in his inning of work.

The right-hander played for the HiToms in 2009 where he held a 13.50 ERA over 3 1/3 innings and four appearances while also playing outfield and posting a .167 batting average across 12 games played. Ramsey marks the third former CPL player to make their major league debut in 2019, and the 120th all-time. His debut also pushes High Point-Thomasville's major league alumni total to 12 all-time.

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