|Birth Day:||June 19, 1990|
|Birth Place:||The Woodlands, United States|
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He played for the Baylor University Bears baseball team for three years. In 2011, he was drafted in the 3rd round at 101st overall by the New York Mets in that year's MLB Draft.
Verrett spent his early years in The Woodlands, Texas, where he played Little League Baseball as an infielder. Before he began high school, his family moved to Corpus Christi, and he played for Calallen High School's varsity baseball team as a pitcher. In 2008, his senior year, he became the staff's ace pitcher, recording an 18–0 win–loss record, a 0.67 earned run average (ERA), 167 strikeouts, and 12 complete games. He also had a .455 batting average, seven home runs, and 33 runs batted in on the year. With a 42–1 win–loss record, his team went on to win the Texas Class 4A state championship. That year, he was named the All-South Texas Most Valuable Player and the Class 4A Player of the Year by the Texas Sports Writers Association.
Verrett enrolled at Baylor University to play college baseball for the Baylor Bears baseball team. As a relief pitcher in his freshman year, he recorded seven wins and a save in his first eight appearances, and served as the team's closer. He moved into the team's starting rotation as a sophomore, and finished the year with a 5–3 win–loss record, a 3.28 ERA, and 97 strikeouts in 90 ⁄3 innings pitched. As a junior, Verrett compiled a 7–6 win–loss record, a 2.93 ERA, 96 strikeouts in 101 ⁄3 innings pitched, and had two complete games. In 2009 and 2010, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Baseball League.
Verrett pitched for the Binghamton Mets of the Class AA Eastern League in 2013, finishing the season with a 12–6 win–loss record, a 4.25 ERA, a 1.144 walks plus hits per innings pitched ratio and 146 strikeouts in 24 games started. The Mets invited Verrett to spring training in 2014 as a non-roster player. He pitched for the Las Vegas 51s of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League in 2014, where he had an 11–5 record and a 4.33 ERA in 28 games.
During the 2014 Winter Meetings, the Baltimore Orioles selected Verrett from the Mets in the Rule 5 draft. After competing for a spot on the Orioles' Opening Day roster in spring training in 2015, the Orioles waived Verrett with the hopes of him going unclaimed so that they could work out a trade with the Mets, allowing them to keep Verrett. Instead, he was claimed on waivers by the Texas Rangers. Verrett made the Rangers' Opening Day roster. He made four appearances with the Rangers, pitching to a 6.00 ERA in nine innings, before he was designated for assignment by the Rangers on April 24.
The Rangers returned Verrett to the Mets on May 4, 2015, and assigned to Las Vegas. After Verrett pitched to a 2–0 win–loss record and a 3.00 ERA in 11 appearances, four of which were starts, the Mets promoted Verrett to the major leagues on June 18. Verrett pitched to a 0.73 ERA with 12 strikeouts in 12 ⁄3 innings before the Mets optioned him to Las Vegas due to the activation of Jenrry Mejía from the suspended list on July 7. The Mets promoted Verrett to the major leagues on August 18, when Bobby Parnell went on the disabled list. In his first major league start in place of Matt Harvey, Verrett pitched eight innings, striking out eight and giving up one run in his first career win against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field with the Mets winning 5–1. Verrett finished the 2015 season with a 1–1 record and 3.03 ERA in 38 ⁄3 innings pitched.
Verrett made the Mets' roster for Opening Day in 2016. On April 13, 2016, Verrett made his first start of the season and second of his career against the Miami Marlins at Citi Field in place of Jacob deGrom. Verrett pitched six scoreless innings, and received a no decision.
On April 19, 2016, he made his second start of the year against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. He once again pitched six scoreless innings just allowing six hits, one walk and striking out four for his first win of the season. The Mets would go on to win 11–1. In his first two starts, he hasn't allowed a run while striking out ten in twelve innings. Verrett also recorded his first major league hit, a double on 1–0 pitch from the opposing pitcher Vincent Velasquez to lead off the fifth inning.
The Mets traded Verrett to the Baltimore Orioles on November 30, 2016, for cash considerations. He made his Orioles debut on April 30, pitching 2 scoreless innings and getting the win. He elected free agency on September 30, 2017.
On November 18, 2017, Verrett signed a one-year contract worth $800,000 with the NC Dinos of Korea Baseball Organization. He became a free agent following the season.
On February 8, 2019, Verrett signed a minor league deal with the Oakland Athletics. He became a free agent following the 2019 season.
Currently, Logan Verrett is 30 years, 9 months and 27 days old. Logan Verrett will celebrate 31st birthday on a Saturday 19th of June 2021.
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