The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have called up former Weatherford College pitcher Ryan Brasier, making him the third WC alumnus to make a Major League Baseball roster.Brasier was placed on the active roster on Wednesday, called up from the Angels’ Triple-A team in Salt Lake City. Angels officials said he will throw out the bullpen for the time being.The Wichita Falls native played at WC in his freshman year, 2006-07, before being drafted by the Angels in the sixth round.“One of the cool things about this business is getting to see the journey, Jeff Lightfoot, WC head baseball coach said. “To watch a guy go from a project pitcher with a live arm at 17 years old to a big leaguer is pretty special. I’m sure there were a lot of coaches that helped Ryan get to where he is today, but I’m proud that WC was a part of that process. We wish him the best.”After entering the Angels organization in 2007, Brasier spent the next six seasons at minor league stops such as Single-A Cedar Rapids and Rancho Cucamonga, Double-A Arkansas, and the last two years in Salt Lake City. He had a productive season last year at Salt Lake, going 7-3 with 54 strikeouts in 59 innings pitched.Brasier follows WC alumni German Duran (Texas Rangers) and Jake Arrieta (Baltimore Orioles) into the major leagues.