Ian Anderson didn't allow a hit until his final inning of work, as the former Shenendehowa High School star pitched six strong innings in his MLB debut for the Atlanta Braves.
Against the New York Yankees, Anderson struck out six and allowed only one hit, a home run to Luke Voit. Anderson walked two Yankees and hit a batter.
He also got the win.
Anderson threw 90 pitches, 55 of them for strikes.
The No. 3 pick in the MLB draft, Anderson was supposed to debut Tuesday night. That game was postponed because of rain.
The Braves led 4-1 after Anderson's final pitch. The Braves went on to win 5-1 in seven innings.