In order of Most Recent to High School:
2016 – Pease Baseball L.L.C.
Head Assistant Coach @ Division I Mount Saint Mary’s University
2011–2013 San Diego Padres Organization
* 2013 AAA spring training—San Diego Padres
* 2012 AA San Antonio Missions—Texas League—Led the league with most appearances by a left handed reliever with 52.
* 2012 AAA spring training—San Diego Padres—Assigned to five major league spring training games.
* 2011 High -A Lake Elsinore Storm—California League—Led the league with most appearances by a left-handed reliever with 55. Won the California League Championship and I garnered a win in this championship series.
2010 Atlantic League—York Revolution—Played for the duration of the summer following my season with Wichita. Won the Atlantic League Championship and garnered a win in the championship series.
2010 American Association—Wichita Wingnuts—Awarded 2010 Pitcher of the Year for the Wingnuts and also broke the American Association single season appearances record pitching in 55 out of 101 games.
2009 Frontier League—Windy City Thunderbolts—Ranked 4th best pitcher in the league by The Baseball Cube with a 12-7 record as a starter, 3.85 ERA and 106 strikeouts on the season.
2008 Northern League—Winnipeg Goldeyes—Nominated for Rookie of the Year award. Struck out 80 through 79.2 innings pitched and finished with a 3.16 ERA.
2008 Spring Training—Kansas City Royals—Spent the month of March with the Kansas City Royals for training camp.
2007 Northern League—Winnipeg Goldeyes—Rookie season in professional baseball
2004-2007 – Mount Saint Mary’s University (Division I)
2007 Named to the 2007 Brooks Wallace Watch List for National Player of the Year
2006 NCAA All-Region 1st Team, Northeast Conference Pitcher of the Year, Northeast Conference 1st Team All-NEC, Mount Saint Mary’s MVP. Walked 11 batters in 92 innings. Named Northeast Conference Pitcher of the Week 3 times. Named #1 Pitcher in the Northeast Conference by The Baseball Cube.
2004 Louisville Slugger Division I All-American, Northeast Conference Rookie of the Year, Northeast Conference 1st Team All-NEC, Mount Saint Mary’s MVP, Named Northeast Conference Pitcher of the Week 3 times. Named #1 Pitcher in the Northeast Conference by The Baseball Cube.
Clark Griffith Collegiate Summer League CLOSER OF THE YEAR ( 68K/7BB in 41 IP ) Broke league record for saves with 10.
2000–2003 Archbishop Spalding High School
Best high school moment was leading Spalding to a victory for the first time in school history over the perennial victor team in the conference, Mount Saint Joe. As a transfer to Spalding from Lansdowne High School in Baltimore, MD, I played 1st base, outfield, and pitcher all 4 years of High School.