Matt Daley

Sport: Baseball
Position: pitcher
Nationality: United States United States
Birth date: 1982-06-23 (32 years)

Team history

Spacer Colorado Rockies 2009 - present

Mathew Thomas Daley, commonly referred to as Matt Daley, is a professional baseball player from the United States of America. Daley, a pitcher, went to the Bucknell University and after graduation, went undrafted at the 2004 MLB Draft. The Colorado Rockies signed him up as a free agent and assigned him to the Casper Rockies in the Rookie League.

In 2005, he began the year at the Rookie League but soon climbed his up to the Asheville tourists and by 2006, he was playing in the AA-League with the Tulsa Drillers. Daley spent 2007 playing with the Drillers before getting a bump up to the Colorado Spring Sky Sox in 2008. Most of 2008, for Daley, was spent playing at the Drillers and the Sky Sox and at the end of the year, he had a 4-6 record in a total of 63 games for the two teams.

In April of 2009, Daley finally for his shot at the Major League and he made his debut against the Los Angeles Dodgers, pitching a single inning and grabbing a strikeout.

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