Burbank ace Daniel Starkand has committed to Chapman University, “BurbankNBeyond” has confirmed. The senior lefty has emerged for Burbank this season with a 4-2 mark and compiling an ERA of just 0.48 in 42 innings pitched. He has five complete games in seven starts but has thrown over 100 pitches just once on the season.
He has 31 strikeouts to just 11 walks on the season. He has three complete game shutouts and was the man who record the Bulldogs first win and league win of the season.
Burbank Baseball Back On Track
The Bulldogs blasted Pasadena, 12-2, in a game called after five innings because of the league’s 10-run mercy rule. Hector Rodriguez, CC Okimoto, and Ian McKinnon each had doubles and Ricky Perez led all with four RBI courtesy of three singles to pace Burbank.
After being held to one run in ten innings against Crescenta Valley on April 27, Burbank scored at least one run in every inning against Pasadena on May 1. Meanwhile, the Falcons night contest against Burroughs on May 1 was rescheduled due to rain.
Starting pitcher, Andrew Hernandez, had the odd stat-line of a two-run no-hitter after surrendering unearned runs in the second and fifth innings. He struck out seven and walked two.
Burbank is 7-3 in Pacific League play and 10-8 overall this season.