Quick Hitters With Chris Salberg
Summer League (2006): Led the Bourne Braves in the Cape Cod League in appearances with 14...made three starts and pitched 27 2/3 innings...finished with a 0-1 record, 3.25 ERA and 29 strikeouts.
As a Junior (2006): Started the season in the rotation before being moved to the bullpen on Apr. 29 against Jacksonville...longest outing of the season was 7 1/3 on Feb. 25 against Connecticut....had a season-high 11 strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings against North Florida on Mar. 25...second on the team with 82 strikeouts and 73 2/3 innings...ranked seventh in the A-Sun in strikeouts...drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 22nd round.
Summer League (2005): Played for the National Baseball Congress World Series Champion Prairie Gravel of the Chicago Suburban Baseball League...in the World Series he made five appearances and finished with a 1-0 record...he struck out four in three innings of work.
As a Sophomore (2005): Was a starter for most of the season but worked out of the bullpen for most of April before returning to the rotation on May 7 against Georgia Tech...closed out the season going 4-1 in his last five starts...against Campbell on Mar. 19 he threw his longest outing of 7.2 innings...struck out a season-high seven batters on Mar. 11 against Gardner-Webb...in both of those starts he threw seven plus shutout innings...in A-Sun play he finished with a 4-1 record and 3.88 ERA.
As a Freshman (2004): Played for Jeremy Warren at Rock Valley College...named Honorable Mention All-Conference...also a member of the golf team.
High School: Played for Corey Schrank at Rockford Guilford High School in Rockford, IL...earned conference MVP recognition...three-sport athlete: baseball, golf and basketball.
Personal: Exercise science major...born May 8, 1984, in Rockford, IL.
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