Robert Stock, Ex-USC Baseball Player, Makes Big-League Debut 10 Years Later

Robert Stock, who skipped his senior year of high school to enroll early at USC, finally played in a major-league baseball game today. Stock was drafted as a catcher by the St. Louis Cardinals 10 years ago but eventually switched to pitcher.

He played with four different organizations and spent some time playing independent baseball. Stock, who plays for the Padres, pitched the 10th inning and struck out two while allowing no runs.

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