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Corey Knebel From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump Jump Corey Knebel Corey Knebel in 2017.jpg Knebel with the Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers – No. 46 Relief pitcher Born: November 26, 1991 (age 27) Denton, Texas Bats: Right Throws: Right MLB debut May 24, 2014, for the Detroit Tigers MLB statistics (through September 25, 2018) Win–loss record 5–11 Earned run average 3.19 Strikeouts 314 Saves 57 Teams Detroit Tigers (2014) Milwaukee Brewers (2015–2018) Career highlights and awards All-Star (2017) MLB records

45 consecutive games with a strikeout by a relief pitcher Corey Andrew Knebel (born November 26, 1991) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for the Detroit Tigers.

Contents 1 Early life 2 College career 3 Professional career 3.1 Detroit Tigers 3.2 Texas Rangers 3.3 Milwaukee Brewers 4 Personal life 5 References 6 External links Early life[edit source] Knebel was born in Denton, Texas[1] to parents Jeffrey and Melissa Knebel and grew up in Bastrop County, Texas. He attended Bastrop High School where he was a three-year letter winner and a former district MVP. He is a graduate of Georgetown High School, where he moved for his senior season.[2] .

College career[edit source] Knebel enrolled at the University of Texas in 2011, and played college baseball for the Texas Longhorns baseball team. He became the Longhorn's closer as a freshman and tied J. Brent Cox and Charlie Thames' school records for saves in a single season with 19.[3][4] He was named the NCBWA Stopper of the Year and the Freshman of the Year by the NBCWA and Collegiate Baseball Magazine.[5] Knebel earned First Team All-American and first-team All-Big 12 Conference honors.[3][4][5]

Knebel was again the Longhorn closer in 2012, finishing the year with nine saves and a 2.08 earned run average.[3] Though unable to match the accolades of his freshman season, he again earned first-team All-Big 12 honors.[3]

Knebel was suspended from the Longhorns twice in 2013, once for violating team rules and once for providing a urine sample to help a teammate beat a drug test.[6]

Professional career[edit source] Detroit Tigers[edit source] Knebel was drafted by the Detroit Tigers as the 39th pick in the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft. This supplemental pick was the first traded draft slot in Major League history.[6] The pick was included in a 2012 trade between the Tigers and the Miami Marlins, which included Aníbal Sánchez, Omar Infante, and Jacob Turner.[7] Knebel played for the Class-A West Michigan Whitecaps, the Double-A Erie SeaWolves and the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens before being called up by the Tigers. He made his major league debut on May 24, 2014 against the Texas Rangers.[8]

Texas Rangers[edit source] On July 23, 2014, the Tigers traded Knebel and Jake Thompson to the Texas Rangers, in exchange for reliever Joakim Soria. After the trade, Knebel was assigned to play for the Rangers' Triple-A team, the Round Rock Express.[9] Knebel sprained the ulnar collateral ligament of the elbow in his throwing arm in August, ending his season.[10]

Milwaukee Brewers[edit source] On January 19, 2015, the Rangers traded Knebel, Luis Sardiñas, and Marcos Diplan to the Milwaukee Brewers for Yovani Gallardo.[11][12]

In May 2017, Knebel became the permanent closer for the Brewers, taking the job from a struggling Neftalí Feliz.

On June 22, 2017, Corey Knebel set the MLB record for most consecutive appearances with at least one strikeout by a relief pitcher at 38. The record was previously set in 2014 by Aroldis Chapman with the Cincinnati Reds. On July 19, Knebel's streak ended at 45 games after failing to record a strikeout in a blown save against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Knebel injured his left hamstring while pitching on April 5, 2018, against the Chicago Cubs and was placed on the disabled list.[13] He was activated on May 9.[14] However, Knebel struggled among his return to the Brewers, and he was demoted to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox after compiling a 2-3 record with a 5.08 ERA in 41 appearances.[15]

Shortly after 2019 opening day, Knebel was dealing with soreness in his right elbow. It was eventually revealed that his right elbow had a torn UCL, which needed Tommy John surgery, putting Knebel away for the rest of 2019.[16]

Personal life[edit source] Knebel married longtime girlfriend Danielle Matula on December 5, 2015, in Victoria, Texas.[17] The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Ledger Staar, on November 17, 2017.

References[edit source] ^ "Corey Knebel Stats, Bio, Photos, Highlights". Retrieved May 25, 2014. ^ Dukes, Chris (June 19, 2013). "Former Bear signs big league contract". Retrieved May 25, 2014. ^ Jump a b c d "Corey Knebel". Retrieved March 1, 2013. ^ Jump a b Corona, Christian (April 16, 2012). "Sophomore All-American closer Corey Knebel: I wish the UT coaches would 'make up their mind if I'm going to be a reliever or closer'". Dallas Morning-News. Archived from the original on April 7, 2014. Retrieved March 1, 2013. ^ Jump a b Dukes, Chris (June 21, 2011). "Baseball: Knebel named NCBWA's Stopper of the Year". Bastrop Advertiser. Retrieved March 1, 2013. ^ Jump a b Beck, Jason (June 7, 2013). "Detroit tabs Texas closer Knebel at No. 39". Retrieved June 7, 2013. ^ Nicholson-Smith, Ben. "Tigers Acquire Omar Infante, Aníbal Sánchez". MLB Trade Rumors. Retrieved June 7, 2013. ^ Kornacki, Steve (May 24, 2014). "Tigers prospect Corey Knebel roughed up in debut". Retrieved May 25, 2014. ^ Randhawa, Manny (July 23, 2014). "Tigers land All-Star reliever Soria from Rangers". MLB. Retrieved July 23, 2014. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on October 6, 2014. Retrieved October 2, 2014. ^ Watkins, Calvin (January 19, 2015). "Yovani Gallardo headed to Rangers". ESPN. ^ Baer, Bill. "Corey Knebel sets modern record for consecutive appearances with a strikeout". NBC Sports. NBC. Retrieved July 16, 2017. ^ Baer, Bill. "MLB notebook: Brewers closer Knebel out 4-6 weeks". St. Louis Post Dispatch. Retrieved April 7, 2018. ^ ^ ^ "Corey Knebel to have Tommy John, out for 2019". MLB. Retrieved March 29, 2019. ^ "Brewlyweds in the Offseason-Cait Covers the Bases". Cait Covers The Bases. Retrieved December 21, 2017. External links[edit source] Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors) showvte 2011 College Baseball All-America Team consensus selections showvte Stopper of the Year Award showvte Milwaukee Brewers current roster Baseball.svgBaseball portalP vip.svgBiography portal Categories: 1991 birthsAll-American college baseball playersBaseball players from TexasColorado Springs Sky Sox playersDetroit Tigers playersErie SeaWolves playersLiving peopleMajor League Baseball pitchersMesa Solar Sox playersMilwaukee Brewers playersNational League All-StarsSportspeople from Denton, TexasRound Rock Express playersTexas Longhorns baseball playersToledo Mud Hens playersWest Michigan Whitecaps players Navigation menu Baozon90 Alerts (9) Notices (18) TalkSandboxPreferencesBetaWatchlistContributionsLog outArticleTalkReadEdit sourceView historyWatchSearch

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