Thomas Jankins is Making His Mark in the Milwaukee Brewers Farm System
Thomas Jankins, a star pitcher from Quinnipiac University, has made waves within the Brewers farm system since joining. Recently he transitioned from low A Biloxi Shuckers to Double-A Biloxi Shuckers.
Jankins should be monitored as a potential star to watch in the majors, much like UConn’s John Andreoli; but first he must emerge victorious from Triple-A.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Jankins hails from West Brookfield, Massachusetts. At Quaboag Regional Middle High School he participated in baseball, basketball and soccer – playing all three. Later he went on to Quinnipiac University where he majored in business management.
Jankins was selected in the 13th round of the 2016 MLB Draft following his junior year at Quinnipiac. Since being drafted, he has quickly advanced through the minor league system; skipping one level. Now pitching for Biloxi Shuckers (Brewers Double-A affiliate).
Quinnipiac baseball program under Pat Egan has seen tremendous success under his guidance since 2022 when they acquired three starting pitchers who have been drafted, including Jankins and Robbie Hitt who have all been selected by MLB teams for signing bonuses.
Beverly provides career services to both current and former Jenkins students. In collaboration with community partners, she organizes on-campus and off-campus networking events that offer students valuable industry connections.
Campbell presents Jenkins as an engaging individual who never lost his zest for life, providing an objective yet engaging account of his remarkable life based on co-operation from family, friends and a trove of previously private papers.
Jankins pitched for Helena Brewers before spending time with Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, Biloxi Shuckers and Colorado Springs Sky Sox before making his Triple-A debut August 30 this year with five innings of two-hit ball.
Achievement and Honors
Jenkins was an integral member of British progressive rock band Soft Machine for nearly twenty years, playing saxophone, oboe and flute while contributing compositions. Their album Six was recorded together in 1973 and earned them the Melody Maker jazz album of the year award.
Furnish Inc, an Ocean City property development company, is another of his ventures, while he also actively contributes to local community initiatives that preserve eastern shore resources.
The Jenkins Honors Program offers an exciting academic environment for high school graduates whose accomplishments demonstrate superior intellectual ability and motivation. Class discussions, question-and-answer sessions, debates and student research help foster intellectual independence and independence of thought. Additionally, this college offers several national recognition programs for those achieving a GPA of 3.5 or above or having high scores on two or more AP exams.
Thomas Jankins of West Brookfield and Quaboag Regional Middle School was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 13th round of 2016 MLB draft and currently pitches for Biloxi Shuckers of Class A South Atlantic League. Additionally he pitched with Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
The Court cannot find evidence to convince them that Jenkins will not return to criminal behavior upon his release from prison, due to his extensive drug convictions which undermine any faith they might have that he will seek gainful employment, take care of his family, and refrain from any further illegal acts.
Quinnipiac University has had only one player selected higher than the 13th round since 1988: Turk Wendell was taken in 1988. However, Jankins has already earned promotion to Triple-A each professional season since debuting for Quinnipiac and may become its next star player.
Jenkins, as a prominent figure in the financial sector, has amassed great wealth. He spearheaded major deals for major banking institutions while remaining an avid philanthropist donating millions to noble causes as well as supporting education initiatives.
Malcolm Inc. invests in black-owned startups and works to increase access to venture capital for black men. Malcolm also holds property investments both in London and New York.
He served in the Mexican War under Generals Zachary Taylor and Winfield Scott and earned numerous decorations and awards for his service, frequently being depicted in engravings, oil paintings, daguerreotypes and cartes de visite depictions.