MINNESOTA – Former Alderson Broaddus University pitcher Randy Dobnak is one step closer to his dream becoming a reality.
Dobnak has been called up to the major leagues with the Minnesota Twins, that according to the team Thursday.
Dobnak was signed as a free agent in 2017, and has made relatively quick work of moving up the ranks in the minors.
The former Battler made five starts on the mound in Triple-A this year, and pitched to a 4-1 record with an even 2.00 ERA. He’s pitched in three different leagues this year, and has done so successfully.
Dobnak owns an 11-3 record with an earned run average just over 2.00 in those outings.
Dobnak will wear number 68 with the Twins.