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Ryan Perez - Switch Pitcher News 2013

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Ryan Perez - Judson University

News articles about Ryan Perez - a college ambidextrous pitcher from Illinois.

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2013 Pitching Stats

4.04 ERA, 6-4 record in 19 games (8 games started) 
64.2 IP, 79 SO, 35 BB, .273 BA


46-17 (.730) - Judson Eagles 2013 Record
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August 14, 2013

W.VA. CLAIMS SECOND STRAIGHT TITLE WITH WALK-OFF WIN IN 11TH INNING



Griffin Moore’s two-out single in the bottom of the 11th inning scored Potter from second base, giving the Miners a 4-3 win over the Quincy Gems and their second consecutive Prospect League Championship.

Perez got stronger as the game went on but could not get out of the fifth, leaving after allowing a leadoff double to Light. The ambidextrous Perez threw 75 pitches, striking out six and walking none.



Miners can win series tonight

Kregeloh HR backs Perez in win over Paints; series shifts to Epling Stadium


By Gary Fauber, register-herald.com | August 7, 2013

Pat Kregeloh is swinging a hot bat, and West Virginia’s pitching is as strong as ever.

Tonight could be a big one at Linda K. Epling Stadium.

Ryan Perez threw eight shutout innings, Kregeloh homered for the third time in four games and the Miners beat Chillicothe 1-0 Tuesday to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three series at Chillicothe’s VA Memorial Stadium.

Perez, 2-0 in the regular season, turned in his best performance since joining the team July 19. The ambidextrous pitcher who has thrown lefty all season limited Chillicothe to two hits in his longest outing. He struck out seven and worked around five walks.

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From left or right, Perez feels normal
Ambidextrous pitcher back from injury, ready to go for Miners
By Gary Fauber, register-herald.com | July 10, 2013

BECKLEY — When Ryan Perez was a three-year-old boy growing up in Illinois, he would throw rocks in the pond in his backyard.

Just normal kid stuff.

But there was something altogether abnormal about an otherwise simple act of boyhood.

“To a kid, that’s cool. (But) every time I would pick up a rock right-handed, he would switch it,” Perez said, smiling as he demonstrated how his dad would take the rock from his right hand and place it in his left.

Perez is the youngest of three brothers, none of them naturally left-handed. Lefties are a valued commodity in baseball, prompting Perez’s dad to start the experiment.

“That’s how it started,” he said.

College baseball: Judson University eyeing more success


It’s on the mound where the Eagles hope to take their biggest step forward.
Lipp (8-1, 2.15 ERA) and Swank (7-2, 3.72) will anchor a rotation that will get a boost from newcomer Ryan Perez, a freshman out of Westminster Christian. 

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