• Anthony Gose
  • | #31
  • | Cleveland Indians (AAA)
  • Professional National Team
  • LHP |
  • L/L|
  • 6-0/200 |
  • DOB:


Season Summary

General: Anthony Gose was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2nd round of the 2008 MLB Draft out of high school. In 11 years, he has spent time with five different organizations (PHI, TOR, DET, TEX, CLE), most recently the Cleveland Indians in 2019. he has spent time as both an outfielder and a pitcher during his career. 

MLB: In 372 Major League games, Gose has a .240 batting average with 12 home runs and 69 RBIs. In 2012, the Paramount, California, native not only earned a spot in the All-Star Futures Game, but also earned a big league call-up, making his Major League debut on July 17, 2012. He finished his rookie year with a .227 (37-for-166) batting average as well as 15 stolen bases. Gose had career-highs in hits (123), runs (73), doubles (24), triples (8), home runs (5), RBIs (26), and stolen bases (23) in 2015 while playing in 140 games for the Detroit Tigers.

MiLB: Gose has a .252 batting average in 843 Minor League games at the plate with 44 home runs and 279 RBIs. In 2017, he began transitioning to a pitcher and made his first appearance on the mound with the Lakeland Flying Tigers (A-Advanced) that season. Since 2017, the southpaw has made 71 Minor League appearances on the mound, holding a 4.39 ERA with 73 strikeouts in 65.2 innings pitched.

2021 Professional National Team

Pitching IP W-L ERA H BB R ER HR K
2.0 0-0 0.00 0 1 0 0 0 2

Season Summary

Gose worked a pair of hitless innings of relief at the WBSC Baseball Americas Qualifier to help Team USA lock up an Olympic berth. He turned in a scoreless frame in Team USA’s 7-1 victory over Nicaragua to open the AOQ; part of a shutdown effort by a bullpen that combined for 4.0 hitless innings. He posted another scoreless frame in a 10-1 win over Canada in which the U.S. bullpen logged 5.2 shutout innings.