Iorio begins his third season with the Ducks and seventh in professional baseball. The right-hander has combined to make 55 appearances (41 starts) in his two seasons with the Ducks. He has compiled a 19-5 record with a 3.87 ERA and 165 strikeouts over 256.0 innings of work. In 2021, the 30-year-old ranked second in the Atlantic League with 13 wins, trailing only the league’s Pitcher of the Year, Southern Maryland’s Daryl Thompson (16). He also ranked fifth in the ALPB in innings pitched (127.2), sixth in ERA (4.65) and seventh in games started (22). Iorio then earned the win in the decisive Game Three of the North Division Championship Series at Southern Maryland, clinching Long Island’s record fifth consecutive division title.
During his first season with the Ducks in 2019, the West Islip native made 32 appearances (19 starts). He went 6-3 with a 3.09 ERA and 92 strikeouts over 128.1 innings of work. The righty was selected to pitch in the Atlantic League All-Star Game and then went on to make five postseason appearances, helping the Flock win the Atlantic League championship over Sugar Land. Prior to joining the Ducks, Iorio spent four seasons (2015-18) in the Frontier League, pitching with Washington, Southern Illinois and River City. He combined to go 6-2 with a 3.95 ERA and 108 strikeouts over 86 games.