Thursday, July 1, 2010
Troy University pitcher Tyler Ray is off to a great start in the Cape Cod League, a summer wood bat league for the top collegiate players in the nation.
Ray, who will be a junior next spring, picked up his third victory of the season yesterday, working 6.2 innings against the Brewster Whitecaps in a 4-2 victory for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks.
Actually, the victory was a little bit of a let-down for Ray, who had not allowed a single run in his first two outings. So far this summer he has allowed just the two runs in 20.2 innings of work with a 0.87 ERA. He has 15 strikeouts and just two walks and is 3-0.
Tyler also got another highlight moment last week when he and his Harbor Hawks teammates got a chance to visit Fenway Park in Boston.