Appeared in 16 games to earn his fourth letter ... Made 11 starts and came out of the bullpen five times ... Posted a 3-5 record with a 7.92 ERA on the year ... His 11 starts were tied for third most on the team ... Primarily a midweek starter ... Worked 44.1 innings on the year and allowed 39 earned runs ... Tallied 25 strikeouts while walking 22 batters ... Ball State's opening day starter as he tossed 3.0 innings against nationally ranked Arkansas (Feb. 19) batters ... Posted his first victory of the season against instate rival Indiana State (April 20) as he allowed just one run on eight hits in 5.0 innings of work ... Also tallied victories against Huntington (April 28) and Western Michigan (May 9) ... Started the Cardinals season finale in the Mid-American Conference Tournament against Bowling Green (May 28).
Made 14 appearances, including 13 starts to earn his third letter ... Spent the majority of the season as the Cardinals’ Friday starter and spent all season in the weekend rotation ... Led all Ball State starters with a 5.34 ERA as he posted a 5-2 record ... His 5.34 ERA finished eighth in the Mid-American Conference ... Finished second on the team in innings pitch at 62.1 ... Named the MAC West Pitcher of the Week March 18 after throwing 7.0 shutout innings of one hit baseball against Chicago State as he struck out eight batters ... Tallied victories against Furman (February 21), Missouri (March 7), Chicago State (March 13), Akron (March 20) and Northern Illinois (May 8).
Made 17 appearances, including 11 starts to earn his second letter ... Made seven weekend starts and four midweek starts ... Posted a 2-3 record on the year with a 7.12 ERA ... Worked 60.2 innings, which was third most on the team ... Recorded 32 strikeouts and 16 walks ... Opened the season with six scoreless innings against UAB as he limited the Blazers to just six hits in the no decision ... Picked up his first win of the season at New Mexico State as he worked 5.2 innings ... Added his second win at Kent State as he worked 3.2 scoreless innings of relief in the Cardinals three-game sweep of the Golden Flashes.
Appeared in 17 games and made seven starts to earn his first letter ... Started four midweek games and three weekend contests ... Logged 50.2 innings of work with 35 strikeouts and a 4.44 ERA ... Made his first collegiate appearance out of the bullpen in the season-opener at Florida Atlantic (Feb. 15) ... Earned his first start at Wake Forest (March 14) ... Threw a season-high 7.0 innings versus Northern Illinois (May 13), holding the Huskies to one run on four hits while striking out a season-best eight batters ... Threw 4.1 scoreless innings out of the bullpen at Ohio (April 8) ... Also threw multiple scoreless innings out of the bullpen against Austin Peay (March 3), Georgia Southern (March 9) and Eastern Michigan (April 22).
Earned four letters in baseball for coach Greg Marschand ... Named to the All-State First Team in 2005 as a pitcher and again in 2006 as a first baseman ... An Indiana North/South All-Star in 2006 ... Earned All-Mid-Indiana Conference First Team honors as a sophomore, junior and senior after receiving honorable mention recognition as a freshman ... Notched a 24-8 record over his four years with 304 strikeouts in 228 innings . . . Finished his senior campaign with a 4-2 record, six complete games and three shutouts ... Logged a 0.75 ERA and struck out 66 batters while walking eight in 47 innings ... Named team MVP as a senior and Most Valuable Pitcher all four years ... Also hit .407 for his career with six home runs and 140 RBI ... Holds the school record for single-season RBI ... Helped the Kings to a 22-4 record as a senior and a sectional championship as a sophomore ... Played summer baseball for the Indiana Mustangs and Muncie American Legion Post 19 ... Also lettered two years in basketball for coach Basil Mawbey ... Earned second team All-MIC honors as a sophomore.
Majoring in business ... Born July 4, 1987, in Kokomo, Ind. ... Son of Jerry and Vickie Piatt ... Has one brother ... Full name is Bradley Donald Piatt.
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