Jorge Reyes (baseball)
|This article is outdated. (June 2014)|
December 7, 1987 |
|Bats: Switch||Throws: Right|
Jorge Luis Reyes (born December 7, 1987 in Rio Grande City, Texas) is a pitcher for the San Diego Padres organization. He was the Most Outstanding Player in the 2007 College World Series for the Oregon State Beavers.
Reyes lettered 4 years for coach Dan Caballero. As a senior he was named all-state first team, all-area first team, all-league first team, posted a 6-1 record, 0.32 ERA in 43.2 innings and had 78 strikeouts. As a junior he was named all-state first team, all-area first team, all-league first team with a 9-0 record, 0.40 ERA in 51 innings with 101 strikeouts. Reyes also played American football and basketball.
Reyes was named a second team freshman All-American by Baseball America at the end of the 2007 season. He was also declared the 2007 College World Series Most Outstanding Player, only the 5th freshman in the history of the College World Series to be named as such.
Reyes posted a record of 7-3 during the 2007 season, including 2 games (2 victories) during the College World Series; the first one, a victory against Cal State Fullerton and the second one, a victory in the first game of the Championship Finals against the University of North Carolina. His ERA for the season was 3.10.
- "Baseball America 2007 Freshman All-America Team". Retrieved 2007-06-29.
- Career statistics and player information from The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors)
- Official Oregon State player biography
- ESPN - Schlabach: Reyes is Oregon State's family guy
- 2007 Oregon State baseball statistics