Aaron Christopher Loup
Bats: Left Throws: Left Height: 5'11" Weight: 210
Opening Day Age: 30
Born: December 19, 1987, Raceland, LA
Drafted: Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 9th round of the 2009 amateur draft, June 9, 2009
Teams: Toronto Blue Jays 2012-2018; Phillies 2018
Acquired: Acquired from the Toronto Blue Jays for Jacob Waguespack, July 31, 2018
First Topps Flagship Base Card: 2015 Topps #369
First Card: 2018 Topps Blue Jays #TJ-16
First Phillies Card: N/A
First Phillies Team Issued Card: N/A
Newest Card: N/A
First Mention on The Phillies Room: August 1, 2018 - On Tuesday afternoon, in a flurry of activity leading up to the 4pm non-waiver trade deadline, the Phillies acquired All-Star catcher Wilson Ramos from the Rays and lefty reliever Aaron Loup from the Blue Jays. The moves capped an impressive week of transactions for the club, as they added two veteran bats (Ramos and Asdrubal Cabrera) and a veteran bullpen arm without subtracting anyone from their Major League roster or dealing any top prospects . . .
I’m genuinely concerned with my dwindling knowledge of current baseball players given that Loup has appeared in 369 games for the Blue Jays since 2012 and yet I’ve never heard of him. A true left-handed specialist, Loup amassed 318 2/3 inning pitched in those 369 career appearances. So far this season, he has a 4.54 ERA over 50 games. He’s also a free agent following this season, and the Phillies gave up Triple-A pitcher Jacob Waguespack for him. Loup has a card in the 2015 Topps set as well as the 2018 Topps Blue Jays retail team set.
Complete Chachi Checklist
2018 Chachi #49
Card statistics through 8/17/18.