Jack Dowan was born Febuary 3, 2000 in Montgomery, Alabama, and died January 1, 2051 from injuries in a car accident in San Antonio, Texas. 

Early YearsEdit

Dowan originaly played 3B in High School, but learned to pitch soon after. After High School, he recevied a scholarship from Alabama State. He made waves in the baseball world when he struck out the first 11 batters he faced. He had a remarkable 2.00 ERA. After college, he was drafted by the Houston Astros in 2019. 


He started out on the Astros' AA team, the Corpus Christi Hooks. He played excellent, and after only 11 games, he was moved to the AAA, 


He played amazingly in AAA as well. He only played 19 games.


Dowan played towards the end of the season, as a reliever. On July 6, he was placed on the 15-Day disabled list with a strained ACL. He did not play until 2021.

In 2021, he was placed in the Starting rotation. He played well, with a .89 ERA, and a 0.198. He was the SP for the AL All-star team. That year, he made the stormball, said to be orignally invented by legendary Manager Ryan Rock, famous. He says Rock tought him the pitch. He was AL Rookie of the year. In 2022, he played excellent, but not quit as good with a 1.97 ERA, and a .247 WHIP. He also was an All-Star. He played untill 2027, when a career ending shoulder injury stoped him.


On December 31, 2050, he was at a New Year's party. On his way back home, he was cliped by antoher car, fliping him over 6 times. He then crashed into a guardrail at 101 MPH. He landed upside down then was hit in the driver side at 110 MPH. He was taken to a local hospital, when the next day died of injuries to heart and head.