Former 1st-Round Pick Pitcher Heads To Free Agency

Carson Fulmer, a 29-year-old pitcher, recently exercised his right to enter free agency after being removed from the Los Angeles Angels' 40-man roster.

This move signifies his departure from the Angels organization.

Throughout his career, which spans parts of seven major-league seasons, Fulmer has faced significant challenges on the field.

This past season, he posted a solid 2.70 ERA, 1.00 WHIP, with six strikeouts across 10 innings and three appearances with the Angels.

Over his seven-year career, he holds a 6.14 ERA, 1.54 WHIP, with 124 strikeouts over 140.2 innings and 77 appearances.

As a free agent, he is now open to signing with any MLB team that extends him an offer.

Fulmer is a former first-round pick (8th overall) by the Chicago White Sox in the 2015 MLB Draft. Photo Credit: Jonathan Hui-USA TODAY Sports