PBSC alum now a Milwaukee Brewers major league player
Palm Beach State College baseball alumnus Peter Strzelecki is now a Milwaukee Brewers Major League Baseball player.
Strzelecki pitched for PBSC during the 2014 and 2015 seasons and graduated with an Associate in Arts degree in 2015.
“Pete was an awesome competitor and a very solid teammate as well,” said PBSC Head Baseball Coach Kyle Forbes. “We are so happy and proud of his success and promotion to the major leagues.”
After graduating from PBSC, Strzelecki, a right-handed pitcher, went on to play for the University of South Florida in 2017 and 2018.
Last month, he was called up from the Nashville Sounds, the minor league team and triple-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. While in the minor leagues, he posted an overall record of seven wins, five loses with eight saves and an earned run average of 3.73 with a walks and hits per inning pitched of 1.23.
While at PBSC, Strzelecki and his teammates were named the 2015 Southern Conference champions. Before PBSC, he attended Santaluces High School. Fans can follow Strzelecki on Twitter at @_PistolPete11.
Strzelecki joins Nick Vespi as the second PBSC alum this year to make it to the major leagues. To date, PBSC baseball has had 15 alumni make it to the major leagues. For more information on PBSC baseball, visit www.pbscpanthers.com.
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AWESOME! Baseball is LIFE!
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