About Manny Parra Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
A professional baseball player, Manny Parra hails from California and was born on October 30, 1982. He attended Casa Roble High School where he played high school baseball and finished his college education while playing baseball at American River College. He became a noteworthy part of the university’s baseball team and was honored as the 2010 Junior College Player of the Year.
Parra spent his first few seasons as a professional player in the minor league. He appeared for the Nashville Sounds of the Pacific Coast League where he established a nine-inning faultless game which is the third one in the minor league’s history.
His Major League Baseball career-first game came on July 20, 2007 as part of the Milwaukee Brewers. He served as a starting pitcher of the team and recorded his first victory in the major league on April 5, 2008, in a game where they defeated the San Francisco Giants. He recorded 10-8 for the 2008 season and pitched 17 wild hits. He continued to make unremarkable stats for the 2009 season and was sent to the minors at the latter part of the year.
For the 2010 season, Parra was assigned to the bullpen where he observed an increase in his fastball. At present, Parra’s fastball has a velocity of around 95 MPH. He established a record for having an inning which struck out four batters in a game oppose St. Louis Cardinals on June 2010.
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