Iorio begins his fourth season with the Ducks and eighth in professional baseball. The right-hander has spent the past three seasons with the Ducks. He has made 85 appearances (61 starts) with Long Island, compiling a 30-10 record with a 4.11 ERA, one complete game and 248 strikeouts to 123 walks over 385.2 innings. During his time in the Atlantic League, he ranks second among all pitchers in wins, innings pitched, starts and winning percentage (.750), trailing only Southern Maryland’s Daryl Thompson in each category. He also ranks fourth in strikeouts behind Thompson, Craig Stem and John Anderson.
The 31-year-old pitched in 30 games (20 starts) with the Ducks in 2022. He led the Ducks and tied for fifth in the league in wins (11), posting an 11-5 record with a 4.58 ERA and 83 strikeouts to 43 walks over 129.2 innings. The West Islip native ranked second in the league in wins during the 2021 season (13) as well as fifth in innings pitched (127.2), sixth in ERA (4.65) and seventh in starts (22). He helped the Ducks win the 2019 Atlantic League championship and was pitched in the ALPB All-Star Game that season, finishing the year 6-3 with a 3.09 ERA in 32 games (19 starts). Prior to joining the Flock, Iorio spent four seasons (2015-18) in the Frontier League, pitching with the Washington WildThings, Southern Illinois Miners and River City Rascals.