Brusdar Graterol is having himself a pretty good first year with the Dodgers. Just a few weeks from the 1-year anniversary of his trade from Minnesota, Brusdar is already getting his second ring since coming to Los Angeles.
The 22-year-old pitcher already won a World Series with the Dodgers this October. He got another ring this weekend when he tied the knot with his fiancée, Allison. The beautiful couple was married at La Casa Toscana, a private estate in Fort Meyers, Florida.
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The venue posted a short video of the ceremony, showing Brusdar and Allison posing in a wooden canoe on the water after the ceremony. The Dodgers flame-throwing pitcher wore an awesome white tux with black lapel, looking as fancy as ever. He did not seem to be wearing his famous chain necklace that he wears on the mound.
The Dodgers traded for Brusdar last year in the middle of the deal for Mookie Betts. Originally slated to go to Boston in the deal, the Red Sox pulled back when medical information was exchanged. That led to Los Angeles traded Kenta Maeda for Brusdar and Luke Raley.
In his first year with the team, Brusdar impressed the Dodgers and their fan base. His triple-digit fastball ad ridiculous movement has the organization hoping that he can one day be an elite closer if his swing-and-miss stuff comes around.
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