Two-Way Player Sparkling This Season…
There are two-way college baseball players, but in 2011 East Tennessee State’s Bo Reeder is nearly is a class of his own. Entering this week (April 25) Reeder is tied for the Division One national lead with 13 saves, while also ranking 11th nationally with 12 home runs. (Click Here to see the national stats leaders.)
Reeder is batting .323 with 42 RBIs and a .981 OPS at the plate. Meanwhile, he has registered a 1.34 ERA and a .147 opponent batting average in 18 relief appearances as ETSU’s closer.
In this exclusive interview with College Baseball 360 Editor Sean Stires, the 2010 Olerud Award semifinalist discusses his prowess both on the mound and at the plate, including his transition from a starting pitcher to a closer this season.
Bo Reeder – 6’0 – 195 – Jr. – Cookeville, Tenn
Head Coach: Tony Skole