Cam Bedrosian, Relief Pitcher, Los Angeles Angels, #32
Date of Birth: 10/2/1991
Birthplace: Senoia, Georgia
Current Salary: $555,000
Cam Bedrosian, relief pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels, was drafted by the Angels in 2010. He played in the Angels' minor league system in 2010, and again from 2012 through 2013. He had Tommy John surgery in 2011 and missed the entire season.
Bedrosian joined the Angels for 17 games in 2014. He had a 6.52 ERA in 19.1 innings. He also pitched 45.0 innings in 43 games in the minors. The following season, he split his time between the minors and the Angels. In 34 games with the Angels, he had a 5.40 ERA in 33.1 innings.
Bedrosian spent time on the DL in 2016, pitching in 45 games with the Angels. He finished the season with a 1.12 ERA, 2 wins and no losses, 1 save, and 51 strikeouts to 14 walks in 40.1 innings.
Career pitching statistics for Bedrosian through 2016 include:
- 96 games played
- 93.0 innings pitched
- 3-1 win-loss record
- 105 strikeouts to 45 walks
- 3.77 ERA
Bedrosian's father, Steve, was a major league pitcher from 1981 through 1995. In 1987, his best year in the majors, he led the National League in saves and won the NL Cy Young award and the NL Rolaids Relief Man award. During his career, he played for the Atlanta Braves, Minnesota Twins, Philadelphia Phillies, and San Francisco Giants.