The trio of MLB Pack Pros are off to solid starts following the All-Star Break, with Carols Rodón and Trea Turner picking up where they left off and Andrew Knizner getting more game time.
Jose Torres and Tyler McDonough are some of the newest members of the Pack Pros family following the most recent MLB Draft. That family has made waves in recent years making a name for itself, as Torres and McDonough look to carry on that success shown by those before them.
With the induction of a new wave of MiLB Pack pros preparing to take the minors by storm following this year’s MLB Draft, former Wolfpack players already locked into pro ball will hope to continue chasing their major league dreams.
Chicago White Sox left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodón had a great first half of the season, but Assistant Sports Editor Bryan Pyrtle contends that he needs a strong finish to stay in the AL Cy Young race.
The final day of the 2021 MLB draft saw four NC State baseball players selected, including sophomore catcher Luca Tresh, who was ranked as the draft's No. 101 prospect.
Four players from the NC State baseball team were selected on day 2 of the MLB Draft. Tyler McDonough was the first from the Wolfpack to be selected, going to the Boston Red Sox in the third round.
With the All-Star game just days away, Trea Turner and Carlos Rodón enter the break on the back of some good performances.
Several Wolfpack baseball alumni are performing well in the minor leagues this season, including Will Wilson and Michael Bienlien who earned promotions to double-A and high-A ball, respectively.
The Wolfpack will be represented on both teams in the 2021 MLB All-Star game, as Trea Turner and Carlos Rodón each earned roster spots in the Midsummer Classic.