Dustin Hermanson is a retired professional baseball player who last appeared for the Chicago White Sox. The highlight of Hermanson’s career was when he was able to capture the 2005 World Series win while playing for the Chicago White Sox. Hermanson, who was born and raised in Springfield, Ohio, occupied the relief pitcher position while playing in the MLB. Hermanson went to Kenton Ridge High School before choosing to attend Kent State University.
Hermanson was originally drafted during the 39th round of the amateur draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates before the start of the 1991 season however, he opted not to sign. He re-entered during the 1994 amateur draft and was made a first round pick by the San Diego Padres. Hermanson this time signed with the team and debuted in the MLB the season after.
Hermanson went from one team to another before he finally got to play for the Chicago White Sox. During the 1995 season, Hermanson was the White Sox’ closer and he was able to crank out an ERA of 2.04 while pitching for that season’s eventual World Series champion. Hermanson also led in the scoreboards for a number of instances including a seventh place during the 1998 for his 3.13 ERA.
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