Oklahoma’s Jonathan Gray Named Pitcher Of The Year By College Baseball HOF

Jonathan Gray’s college season and career at the University of Oklahoma ended in mid-June with an NCAA Super Regional loss at LSU, but the former OU ace starting pitcher’s year keeps getting better.

Former Oklahoma starting pitcher Jonathan Gray was named Pitcher of the Year in college baseball this season by the College Baseball Hall of Fame.

In June he was the third overall player selected in the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft, the first-round pick of the Colorado Rockies. And on Sunday, the OU All-American was named the National Pitcher of the Year by the College Baseball Hall of Fame. The power-throwing right-hander had a 10-3 record this season for OU and an especially stingy 1.63 ERA. His 147 strikeouts in 126 1/3 innings was the second best in the country in 2013.

Gray is scheduled to make his professional debut this week for the  rookie league Grand Junction Rockies.

Topics: Baseball, College Baseball Hall Of Fame, Jonathan Gray, Oklahoma Sooners

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