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Born: 1983-09-03 (35) | Bats: R | Throws: R
Height: 6' 2 | Weight: 250
Born:Douglasville, GA (USA) | College:

Pro Debut/Team: 2005-09-16, Atlanta Braves






CTCBL Pitching Career

Year Team Img02 G GS CG Img02 W L S Img02 IP H BB K Img02 ER R HR Img02 ERA
2007 Grand River Coyotes (HWC) 50 0 0 Img02 2 8 2 Img02 89.67 92 18 65 Img02 54 59 23 Img02 5.42
2008 Ferengenar Suspenders (FYS) 68 0 0 Img02 2 5 32 Img02 64.67 60 12 59 Img02 18 21 4 Img02 2.51
2009 Ferengenar Suspenders(FYS) 50 0 0 Img02 5 4 22 Img02 56.33 40 8 38 Img02 13 13 5 Img02 2.08
2011 Ferengenar Suspenders(FYS) 58 0 0 Img02 7 4 3 Img02 55.00 66 16 44 Img02 39 42 8 Img02 6.38
2012 Ferengenar Suspenders(FYS) 51 0 0 Img02 0 7 2 Img02 66.33 67 18 44 Img02 33 33 12 Img02 4.48
2013 North Pole Polar Bears(NPP) 22 0 0 Img02 6 1 5 Img02 29.00 19 4 14 Img02 8 8 4 Img02 2.48
6 yrs. Career Totals-------> 299 0 0 Img02 22 29 66 Img02 361.00 344 76 264 Img02 165 176 56 Img02 4.11
1 yrs. Houston Wildcatters 50 0 0 Img02 2 8 2 Img02 89.67 92 18 65 Img02 54 59 23 Img02 5.42
4 yrs. Ferengenar Suspenders 227 0 0 Img02 14 20 59 Img02 242.33 233 54 185 Img02 103 109 29 Img02 3.83
1 yrs. North Pole Polar Bears 22 0 0 Img02 6 1 5 Img02 29.00 19 4 14 Img02 8 8 4 Img02 2.48

CTCBL Transactions


Draft History:

2013 Mid: Drafted by NPP in Round 2, overall selection #37.


Waiver History

2013-03-29: Released by Ferengenar Suspenders
2014-03-30: Released by North Pole Polar Bears
Other moves:
2013-07-17, Moved from Rookies/Free Agents to North Pole Polar Bears, Reason: mistake


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