Named by Dallas Morning News as One of 10 "Newcomers To Watch" in the Big 12 Conference in 2003.
One of seven players who could potentially start from the hill for the Wildcats, but versatile enough to come out of the bullpen... Arm bounces back extremely well... Has three solid pitches... Excellent experience having spent time at Oklahoma prior to serving as the No. 2 starter at one of the state's best junior colleges last season... Has a "bulldog" mentality who loves to go out and compete with the best.
during fall drills
Made one appearance and one start for the victorious White Sox during the Fall Ball World Series... Posted a 1-0 record and 1.80 ERA in five innings of work, allowing two runs (one earned) on three hits with three strikeouts and four walks... Opposing batters hit just .167 against him.
at seminole state college (2002)
A one-year letterman at Seminole State College in Seminole, Okla. ... Helped the Trojans to a 46-14 overall record and Region II Championship in 2002... Team fell one game short of the NJCAA World Series and finished the year at No. 18 in the final NJCAA poll... Named to both the all-conference and all-tournament teams... Collected a 6-4 record and 3.60 ERA as a junior in 14 appearances with three complete games and three shutouts... Threw a no-hitter against Westark on April 20... Second on the team in starts (12), innings pitched (65) and strikeouts (46), while he was third in wins (six)... Second on the team in ERA of those pitchers who threw more than 25 innings and had over five starts... Allowed 33 runs (26 earned) on 52 hits in 65 innings pitched with 46 strikeouts and 39 walks... Averaged over six strikeouts per game and held opposing batters to a .223 average... Coached by Eric Meyers.
at university of oklahoma (2001)
Made seven relief appearances for Oklahoma as a freshman in 2001... Posted a 9.00 ERA with no decisions in those seven appearances, including four in Big 12 Conference play... Allowed 11 runs (eight earned) on 13 hits in eight innings pitched with seven strikeouts and four walks... Registered an 11.14 ERA in four Big 12 appearances... Allowed eight runs (seven earned) on 10 hits in 5.2 innings pitched with seven strikeouts and two walks... Coached by Larry Cochell.
at broken arrow high school
A three-year letterman at Broken Arrow High School in Broken Arrow, Okla. ... Three-year starter as a pitcher as well as at first base and in outfield... A two-time All-Frontier Conference selection... Twice selected as the conference's Pitcher of the Year... Pitched 78 innings as a senior... Also lettered three years in basketball... Coached by Larry Shackleford and Steve Dunn.
(Full name: Brett Evert Bagley) was born Sept. 20, 1981, in Brookhaven, Miss. ... He is the son of Edward and Charlotte Bagley... Has two brothers, Jason (28) and Chase (19)... Majoring in business administration.