Current Team:
MLB Debut:
Tacoma Rainiers
2007 Draft - 1st Round - Irving (TX) HS
July 3, 2011 (vs. Padres)
Clinton Lumberkings (2008); Bakersfield Blaze (2009); Frisco RoughRiders (2009-2010); West Tenn DiamondJaxx (2010); Tacoma Rainiers (2010-2013); Seattle Mariners (2011-2013) 

The Texas Rangers' 1st Round Pick in the 2007 Draft (the 17th overall selection), Blake was traded to the Mariners during the 2010 season in a package for Cliff Lee.  Blake made his Major League debut during the 2011 season, and has since been used extensively in the Mariners' rotation since the 2011 season.

Beyond the Dugout is proud to have worked with Blake in negotiating the sale of the cap worn during his professional debut with the Clinton Lumberkings. 

Beyond The Dugout announces the successful completion of our
PlayersDirect works with Blake Beavan to complete the sale of the cap worn during his 1st professional start!

Beavan Baffles Loons in Debut
Right-hander Blake Beavan tosses six scoreless innings in Clinton's 4-2 win

Clinton, IA - With his parents sitting in the first row and scores of Texas Rangers fans listening in, right-hander Blake Beavan was as advertised in his first professional start, scattering three hits over six shutout innings in Clinton's 4-2 win over Great Lakes.

The 19-year-old first-round pick by the Rangers, Beavan (1-0) was dominant from his first pitch of the game - a called strike to Jovanny Rosario - to his last out in the sixth, a ground-out by Erik Kanaby. In between were three strikeouts, two double-plays and no walks in just 73 pitches.

The LumberKings backed him with offense early as fellow prospect Engel Beltre led off the game with a scorching drive over the right-field wall for his first home run of 2008. Tim Smith added an RBI double in the third to give the Kings a 2-0 lead.

Renny Osuna finished off the scoring, driving a two-run homer to the berm in left off Loons starter Steve Johnson, effectively ending his night after just four innings. Osuna's first blast of the season put Clinton on top 4-0.

Right-hander Fabio Castillo finished off the final 3.0 innings, giving up a pair of runs on the lone offensive highlight for the Loons. With two outs and Rosario at third, Jaime Ortiz hit a towering blast down the right-field line that just hooked fair.

Still, Castillo (S, 1) induced Travis Vetters into a game-ending ground-out to preserve the win for Beavan.

Blake Beavan delivers in his 1st professional start.

Beyond The Dugout would like to thank Blake and his agents for helping make this new service  a success!