MLB Players Panel
“Breaking Down the Power of Player Development”
Tyson Ross has pitched 10 seasons in the big leagues with Oakland, San Diego, Detroit, and St. Louis. He was an MLB All-Star back in 2014 with San Diego where he won 13 games and punched out 195 hitters in 195.2 IP. He is currently a free agent.
Marc Rzepczynski has pitched 10 seasons in the big leagues with Cleveland, St. Louis, Toronto, San Diego, Seattle, and Washington. He owns a career 3.89 ERA in 434.2 IP and was a part of the World Championship St. Louis Cardinals team back in 2011. He is currently with the Blue Jays organization.
Cesar Ramos pitched eight seasons in the big leagues with San Diego, Tampa Bay, LA Angels, and Texas. He threw a career-high 82.2 IP with Tampa Bay in 2014 recording two wins in seven starts and finishing with a 3.70 ERA. He last pitched with Texas in 2016.
Ricky Romero pitched five seasons in the big leagues with Toronto. He was named an MLB All-Star in 2011 where he won 15 games and recorded a career-best 2.92 ERA in 225 IP. Coming out of college, Romero was the sixth overall pick in the 2005 MLB Draft. He helped lead Cal State Fullerton to a College World Series Championship in 2004 winning game one of the series. He was named to the All-Tournament team and pitched for the U.S. National Team.
Patrick Mazeika is currently a catcher and first baseman in the New York Mets organization. He made his Major League debut this past season after seven years in the minor leagues. In 2019 he hit 16 homers and batted in 69 runs in 116 games for AA Bimghamton.