Gordon William Alexander
- Bats Right, Throws Left
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
Jordy Alexander played his 12th and final season in professional baseball in 2008. He has pitched for Team Canada on several occasions.
Alexander began his career in the independent leagues, going 5-4 with a save and a 3.90 ERA for the Tri-City Posse in 1996. He signed with the Kansas City Royals after that campaign. In 1997, he was with the Spokane Indians, posting a 7-3, 4.59 record with just 18 walks to 83 strikeouts in 86 1/3 innings.
The native of Burnaby, British Columbia, spent 1998 with the Lansing Lugnuts, where he was 4-2 with a 5.11 ERA in his last season in Organized Baseball. In 1999, Alexander returned to the indies with the Reno BlackJacks, going 6-7 but with a 7.45 ERA. He allowed 147 hits in 103 innings, placing him 4th in the Western Baseball League in hits surrendered.
Alexander was 2-1 with a 3.92 ERA for two Northern League clubs in 2000. He made his Team Canada debut that year. Alexander did not pitch in the minor leagues in 2001. He played in the 2001 Baseball World Cup, getting one of Canada's two wins in a weak 2-5 showing. He held a weak Russian national team to one run in eight innings for the victory.
In 2002, Jordy was back in the Western League for a third stint. He was 9-3 with a 3.47 ERA between two teams, spending most of the year with the Long Beach Breakers. He finished sixth in the WBL in ERA. The portsider was 4-7 with a 2.86 ERA for the 2003 Les Capitales de Québec. He walked only 15 in 113 1/3 innings and was 6th in the Northeast League in ERA. He was picked as the All-Star LHP for the Northeast League.
Alexander went 1-1 with a 2.38 ERA for Canada in the 2003 Baseball World Cup, leading the team in ERA and strikeouts (10). In 2004, Jordy was 5-3 with a 2.78 ERA for the New Haven County Cutters; had he qualified, he would have been 4th in the Northeast League in ERA. He also was briefly with the Cancun Lobstermen (1-2, 3.98). The next year, Alexander's record fell to 1-3, 7.29 for New Haven. He was also 4-4 with a 4.47 ERA for the Chico Outlaws. He returned to Team Canada for the 2005 Baseball World Cup but was horrendous in his lone outing, allowing 8 hits and 6 runs in 1 1/3 inning to take the loss against the Panamanian national team.
Alexander split 2007 between two Canadian clubs in the Northern League, going a combined 4-3 with a 5.05 ERA. In 2008, he is pitching for a Croatian team. He also played for the Calgary Vipers, going 4-3 with a 7.04 ERA in 11 games.