At the point that I catch up with Troy Scribner, he is getting settled again. In a new location, with a new organization, facing a new set of uncertainties.
Scribner, a native of Washington, Conn., is a true baseball survivor. After four years at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, he went undrafted in 2013 but was able to secure a contract with the Houston Astros.
From there, Scribner earned a fast track forward. He jumped a level during each year spent in the minor leagues, even after a 2016 offseason trade to the Anaheim Angels. Last summer, on July 29, he was called up to the Angels and made his major-league debut that same day. He secured the win that day, pitching three innings of relief.