Entering his 9th year in professional baseball, 2022 was a breakthrough year with the Phillies organization. He had a successful spring training in Brooke camp. He was promoted to AA Reading. In July he was promoted to AAA Lehigh Valley and made his MLB debut July 13 against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Bubby is a tremendous natural athlete who checks all the boxes as a back end of the bullpen arm. Throughout his career he’s allowed less than a hit per inning, with good strikeout numbers to back it up. He’ll come in to an organization to win a relief/closer spot. He has regularly shown the ability to get very important outs.
An interesting Athletic Career. Lettering in 3 Sports in High School winning CIF Championships in Football and Soccer. In addition he won multiple Awards in Travel Ice Hockey. In College Baseball he was very successful a Switch Hitting Outfielder and Reliever. Beginning with two seasons at Cerritos College in Norwalk, CA, where he hit .324 as a freshman and .341 the following year. Those numbers earned Rossman a spot at Cal State-Dominguez, where the native of La Habra Heights, CA, also posted great #'s winning the Rawlings Gold Glove (Regional) and sported a .849 OPS and 1.000 fielding %. It was on the mound where Rossman also captured the attention of professional scouts. Making seven relief appearances for the Toros, Rossman was selected by the Dodgers in the 2014 MLB Draft.
Turned Pro: 2014
It should be noted that Bub has low miles on a very powerful arm and is healthy in both his career and lifestyle.
Passion, persistence, perseverance.
An Interesting Athletic Career
After signing, Rossman began his pro career with the Dodgers Arizona League affiliate. That same year, he was Invited to the Arizona Instructional League then earned a promotion the following season to Class-A Great Lakes and delivered a strong campaign, working 29 games in relief and posting a 2.26 ERA. He racked up four saves and struck out 54 in 51.2 innings with just 41 hits allowed.The Dodgers promoted again in 2016, this time to the notoriously hitter-friendly California League with High-A Rancho Cucamonga. Rossman went 4-0 with a 3.52 ERA in 22 games. His ERA at the All Star Break was a dominating 1.62. In 2019 in the Can Am he was again reliable throwing 31 of 34.2 innings without a run allowed recording holds and a Save. For his career, Rossman is 11-5 with a 3.29 ERA in 122 appearances, all in relief. He has worked 188 innings, notching 200 Strikeouts. Having developed strong Velocity while training with Alan Jaeger, 2018 at Driveline (Seattle) and in 2020’s off season with Joe Beimels facility in El Segundo.