It was nine years really taking shape, yet previous No. 1 Mark Appel made his MLB debut on Wednesday following a

tempestuous beginning to his vocation because of wounds and psychological well-being issues.

Chosen by the Houston Astros with the No. 1 pick in the 2013 MLB Draft, Appel made his presentation with the

Philadelphia Phillies, entering in the 10th and contributing a scoreless inning a 4-1 misfortune.

"Something that I came into this year knowing is that every day may be my last, and truly, I was where I was simply

attempting to sort out what my job was, reliever, starter, do I actually have it in me to set up great numbers, that's 

what things like, so I resembled assuming every day would have been my last, I should appreciate it and I truly

delighted in this evening," Appel said after the game.Under a month prior to turning 31,

Appel turns into the most seasoned No. 1 pick in baseball history to make their MLB debut.

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