Red Sox’s Tanner Houck Has Classy Way Of Celebrating His MLB Debut

The right-hander will pitch in the big leagues for the first time Tuesday vs. the Marlins

by Logan Mullen

September 15, 2020

There’s added reason to keep an eye on how Tanner Houck fares in his Major League Baseball debut.

The Boston Red Sox right-hander will make his first big league appearance Tuesday when the Sox take on the Miami Marlins. And ahead of the start, the 24-year-old posted that he’ll be donating some money to charity for each strikeout he posts against the Marlins.


First pitch for Red Sox-Marlins at Marlins Park is set for 6:40 p.m. ET.

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