#20 - Caleb Glafenhein
2005 Season: Appeared in 14 games last season, starting one ... Did not post a decision with a 7.17 ERA ... Pitched 21.1 innings, striking out 17 batters and walking just four ... Earned his first collegiate save on May 20 against high Point, pitching the final three innings of the game, allowing no runs on two hits and striking out four. 2004 Season: Pitched in 25 games, starting three ... Went 1-1 with a 7.55 ERA, striking out 30 in 47.2 innings ... Picked up his first collegiate win on Feb. 22 against Xavier, allowing five runs on four hits and striking out four in five innings of work ... Had a strong relief outing on Mar. 17 against Ball State, going three innings, giving up no runs on two hits and striking out two ... also had two stellar appearances against Tennessee tech, allowing only a hit in two innings on May 5 and not allowing a baserunner in 1.2 innings on May 18. Prior to ETSU: Caleb excelled with the Knoxville Thunder and Knoxville Impact baseball teams ... Over the last three seasons, Caleb has gone 12-4 as a pitcher and had a .352 batting average in 2001 and a .360 average in 2002 as an outfielder ... He was a member of the 1999 AAYBA World Series runner-up team with the Thunder and on the 2002 Impact team that participated in the AABC Tennessee State Championship. Personal: Born on Jan. 10, 1985, Caleb is the son of Steve and Lydia Glafenhein ... His brother Josiah is also a member of the ETSU Baseball team.
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