Saturday, August 30, 2014

Switch Pitcher Alex Trautner Chooses Creighton

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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New Bluejay pitcher brings back Venditte’s versatility

Tuesday, July 8, 2014 |

As one ambidextrous pitcher to another, Pat Venditte has some advice for Alex Trautner. It doesn’t matter what arm Trautner throws with, Venditte said, he just needs to throw strikes if he wants to pitch for Ed Servais at Creighton.
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Alex Trautner is pitching with both arms for the Neptune Beach Pearl this summer. In six games, he’s 3-0 with a 1.12 ERA.

Alexander Trautner, ambidextrous pitcher, Danville, CA

Collegiate Summer Team: Neptune Beach Pearl, Alameda, CA
Check out Trautner's pitching stats

Alex Trautner on Twitter


Ambidextrous Pitcher - Creighton U '18 

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