Strong 6’3 230 lb. RHP. Pitched in California Winter League 2020 with 2.29 ERA. Looking for 2020-21 Opportunity | Baseball Jobs Overseas

Strong 6’3 230 lb. RHP. Pitched in California Winter League 2020 with 2.29 ERA. Looking for 2020-21 Opportunity

Name: Nathan Gilman

Height: 6'3"cm

Weight: 104.5kg

DOB: September 14, 1997

Date Available: February 24, 2020

Bats: R

Throws: R

Positions: SP

Positions (alt): RP

College: Willamette University

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Personal

I have played competitive baseball most of my life, the game has allowed me to develop many necessary and important skills on and off of the field. I am a leader, enjoy working in a teamwork-based environment, and I am a hard-working individual always putting in the work to better myself and to encourage others around me to do the same.

In high school I was the baseball team captain while taking honors and AP academics. I always set the next goal. So, I set the goal to play in college. I worked hard and diligently to develop my physical skills as well as my mental capabilities. I was invited to play in the Under Armour All-America Preseason Tournament in 2015. In my senior year, I earned Honorable Mention All-Hacienda League recognition. I had options for baseball in college and I am very proud of the college I played for.

As a College Freshman I started 9 games and I worked hard to become one of three starting pitchers over the next couple of years. My post season success and wins in the playoffs, helped lead us to the Northwest Conference Championship Title. Throughout my college career at Willamette University I currently rank 13th in starts, 21st in appearances, and 24th in innings pitched of all time. During my 4 years of Collegiate baseball, I had the privilege of playing high level summer baseball against players from all over the country with extremely high talent that included Division 1 athletes and draft prospects. This summer league simulated similarities to a minor league baseball experience that showed us how to live with host families, play in front of extremely large crowds, and what it takes to play baseball for a living.

Abilities summary: 4-seam FB, Sinker, change-up, slider

Preferred Communication Tool: Email, Text, Instagram

Playing Experience

YEARSORGANIZATIONLEAGUE/DIVISIONDETAILS
2020 Oregon Lumberjacks/ Canada A's California Winter League Starting Pitcher
2015-2019 Willamette University NCAA III Northwest Conference Starting Pitcher
2017-2018 Lincoln Potters Great West League Starting Pitcher

Coaching Experience

YEARROLEORGANIZATIONLEAGUE/DIVISIONDETAILS
2015-2019 Instructor Willamette University Youth Running position specific drills for many positions
2015-2019 Instructor Willamette University High school Recruiting camps, instructing throwing, pitching, and fielding

Stats

College/Amateur Pitching

Year Team ERA GS CG IP H SO BB HBP R ER Wins Losses SV WHIP
2020 Oregon Lumberjacks/ Canada A's 2.29 3 0 18.1 17 17 8 - 10 6 1 2 1 1.36
2019 Willamette University 5.27 11 0 54.2 71 37 7 - 34 32 6 3 0 1.43
2018 Lincoln 5.61 6 0 25.2 31 15 11 - 24 16 2 4 0 1.64
2018 Willamette University 3.40 5 0 42.1 40 24 20 - 18 16 2 1 1 1.42
2017 Lincoln 4.68 5 0 25 32 15 11 - 15 13 3 0 0 1.72
2017 Willamette University 6.46 8 0 30.2 34 13 12 - 25 22 1 1 0 1.50

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Testimonials

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Aaron Swick

Willamette University, Head Coach
aswick@willamette.edu

Nathan is an outstanding young man. One of the best PEOPLE I have ever coached. Great teammate, great work ethic, passionate about the game of baseball. He came into our program out of high school with some pitching mechanical issues. Had a rough first year in terms of command. Was not deterred at all. Went home and worked with former Major Leaguer Dave Coggin. They cleaned up his arm action and his mechanics. Came back and was more confident as a Sophomore. Made strides the next summer as well and became a starting pitcher as a junior. This last year as a senior he was fantastic. Had a 6-3 record in 11 starts. Finished with only 7 walks in 54 innings pitched. In addition Nathan was an exercise science major. He learned a ton about keeping care of the body and how to properly train. He was incredibly fit and did a great job maintaining his arm while playing for us. Did a lot to teach the other members of the team about all the information he had. I know that he has the physical and mental ability to help your organization, but more importantly, without hesitation, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND his character, work ethic, and personality. He is a fantastic and passionate young man who makes the people around him better.

Dave Coggin

PFA Fitness, Owner/Founder
dave@pfafitness.com

Arturo Oropeza Reyes

PFA Fitness, Director of Athletic Performance/Performance Coordinator
Oropeza_Arturo@yahoo.com

Nathan is always and always has been the first person in the weight room and one of the hardest working people i have ever seen. Over the two years I have worked with him he always asks questions in the pursuit of perfecting his craft. His mobility and overall athleticism has improved tremendously over the time i have known him and so has his arm path and pitching mechanics. I have no doubt that he will find a way to be successful at the professional level.

Additional Info

Living preferences: Living on my own, Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with teammates in a shared bedroom, Living with a host family

Return home: I can stay as long as it takes to complete a season

Prior engagements: N/A

Recent injuries/illnesses: N/A

Traveling with a companion: No


 

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