Munsch signs with Brewers
Four days after the MLB Draft, Jason Munsch signs with the Milwaukee Brewers. Munch joins the team as a free agent following a record-setting career at Concordia.
With the Bulldogs, Munsch was a four-year starting pitcher. During the shortened 2020 season, the California native had a 0.00 ERA with 59 strikeouts in 26 innings.
Munsch is believed to be the first Concordia (NE) player to reach professional baseball since the 1950s. The crafty left-hander was projected to be an MLB Draft selection, but the draft was shortened from 40 rounds to 5 due to COVID-19.
Munsch talked to 1011 NOW prior to the Draft and said he hoped to quickly sign a free agent contract.