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Palm Desert grad Brian Serven gets called up to Colorado Rockies

Brian Serven # 66 of the Colorado Rockies organization.

Patience and persistence finally paid off for Brian Serven, a 2013 graduate of Palm Desert High School.

The talented baseball player was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in 2016. Six years and 339 games later, he finally got the call he’s been waiting and working for.

Serven, the 27-year-old catcher, was called up to the big leagues Tuesday and will be wearing a major league uniform for the first time when the Rockies host the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night. He will likely be in a backup role Tuesday and in the starting lineup for Wednesday’s day game.

When he officially sees action for the Rockies, he will become the seventh player to come from a desert high school to play in the major leagues. He will join Angels outfielder Taylor Ward of Shadow Hills as the only currently active major leaguers.

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