All-Conference Selection College Graduate Utility Player and Youth Coach with Good Bat and Good Speed Seeking Overseas Team for 2019-2020 (SIGNED TO PLAY IN SWEDEN 2019)
Name: Caleb Pyscher
Weight: 195 lbs
DOB: February 12, 1994
Date Available: March 1, 2019Will Pay Flight
Positions: 2B, SS, OF, RF, CF, LF
Positions (alt): RP, RF, CF, LF
College: Rochester College
Preferred Communication Tool: Email
SIGNED TO PLAY IN SWEDEN UNTIL 2019
I am a 6’1 195 lb utility player. I primarily played 2nd base but also played all outfield positions as well as appeared in 10 games in relief and started 1 game with a record of 1-1. I played Division 2 college baseball my freshmen and sophomore year where I was selected SIAC All-Conference as a freshman by league coaches and runner-up Freshmen of the Year in the SIAC.
My freshmen year, I lead the team in batting average, (over 100 at-bats), (.306), second in hits (33), walks (18) and fielding percentage (.967), and third in runs-batted-in (19), stolen bases (12-14) and on-base percentage (.423). While hitting a grand slam also.
I was Preseason All-Conference my sophomore year until sustaining a hamstring injury which limited me to 9 games during my sophomore season. In 27 at-bats that season I was hitting .333 with 2 doubles and 4 RBIs.
My junior year while playing at Rochester College (NAIA Division 1), my hamstring injury reoccurred which limited me to 3 games where I had 9 at-bats with 4 hits and 2 runs-batted-in.
My senior year I was able to compete for the entire season injury-free in which I lead our league (WHAC), in steals and setting a team record in the process. In 42 games my senior year, in 130 at-bats, I had a batting average of .285 and a slugging percentage of .385. with 27 walks, 4 doubles, 3 home runs with 21 runs-batted-in while scoring 26 runs hitting leadoff and 2-hole.
I have also played in the Flint CBL (NABF) National Amateur Baseball Federation since 2013 to present where I lead the league in doubles and steals while hitting .364 the past two seasons.
I am also a Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium Scholarship winner.
When asked about why I want to play internationally I can say, the reason I want to take my career overseas is the following: To continue to play baseball at a high level while traveling the world, meet new people, be in a new culture and help coach youth baseball.
College Career Stats from 2014-2018:
103 Games Played
.398 On-base %
60 Runs scored
4 Home runs
45 Base on Balls
6 Hit By Pitches
35/45 Stolen Bases
.962 Fielding %
Abilities summary: I am a utility player (primarily 2nd base) with speed as an asset (lead the league my senior year in steals with 25 steals in 33 attempts). I also played every outfield position while in college as well as SS and catcher. I hit for average (career BA .298) while leading off or batting second with some power (4 home runs during college career). I also pitched during my college career with a 1-1 record in relief. My freshmen year I was voted 1 of 2 freshmen as All-Conference and runner-up freshmen of the year in the SIAC and my sophomore year I was selected pre-season All-Conference.
|2014-2015||Head Coach||Buick City Skyhawks U-16||NABF||Coach youth players under 16|
|2016||Head Coach||Buick City Skyhawks U-18||NABF||Coach youth players under 18|
|2018-2019||Assistant Coach||Rochester College||NAIA College Divsion 1||http://www.rochestercollegewarriors.com/roster/16/3/2830.php|