Saturday, April 18, 2015

Alex Trautner News

Recent news about ambidextrous pitcher Alex Trautner from California. 
 Alexander Trautner

Alexander Trautner (2014)  Ambidextrous PItcher
Danville, California

RHP = 87 mph, LHP = 83 mph


College: Creighton University

Summer Team: Neptune Beach Pearl



New Bluejay pitcher brings back Venditte's versatility - Omaha.com



Check out Trautner's custom 6-finger Mizuno glove in Creighton colors!

Ambidextrous pitching videos



Alexander Trautner @ Stanford

Alexander Trautner @ Stanford All-Star Baseball Camp

Alexander Trautner - Danville Bulls 18u




Alex Trautner Chooses Creighton - HS Sports Daily
By: Trevor Hampton

Alexander Trautner, a 6-foot-3, 210 pound ambidextrous pitcher from San Ramon Valley High School has committed to the Creighton University Bluejays’ D1 baseball program out of Omaha, Nebraska.
Trautner had garnered interest from Kansas, Hawaii, and Utah Valley among other D1 baseball programs.  However, Creighton University had special interest in him because of his unique ambidextrous pitching ability. The school in Omaha had previous success with nationally recognized ambidextrous pitcher, Pat Venditte, drafted twice during college, now pitching with the New York Yankees’ AAA organization.
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San Ramon Valley announces its college-bound athletes

By Matt Schwab
Monday, June 2nd, 2014

BASEBALL: Matt Winaker Stanford; Alex Barden Santa Clara; Matt Smithwick Santa Clara; Alex Trautner, Creighton; Nate Kanat, Chabot.


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Trautner attended the USA NTIS in Cary, NC Aug 22-25, 2013 
He touched 86/87 mph pitching right-handed!

Check out Hoots Baseball travel team news
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The HOOTS won the Ninth Annual 
"STRIKE OUT LOU GEHRIG DISEASE" Natural Balance Cup 
18U State Championship

The HOOTS defeated the Playa Vista Orioles 3-2 in the semi final game with a game winning bottom of the 7th inning single from Marcus Wise to score Blake Hannah with the winning run.  Alex Trautner and Tyler Deason combined on the mound for the HOOTS.


Monday, July 22
HOOTS WIN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA 

CONNIE MACK STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Junior switch pitcher Alex Trautner threw a complete game shutout to lead the HOOTS to a  3-0 win in the 2013 Northern California Connie Mack State Championship.  

Trautner earlier this summer faced the SoCal Renegades in a game won by the HOOTS 5-4 and that experience proved helpful with the championship on the line. 
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Alexander Trautner - Baseball - beRecruited


1.19 ERA, 16 K in 17.2 IP

Alexander Trautner, ambidextrous pitcher, Danville, CA

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