Born August 5th, 1996... Majoring in Exercise Science... Aspires to play professional baseball... Chose PBA because it gave him a chance to play collegiate baseball and better himself as a player and person in an ideal location... Favorite team is the Chicago White Sox... Favorite athlete is Chris Sale... Son of Matt and Gina Polaski... Has two siblings: Alyssa and Tyler.
Kyle became one of the most trusted arms in the Sailfish bullpen in 2017, as he led the team with 21 appearances … finished the season with a 5-3 record and a 5.54 ERA … picked up his first career save on March 25 with three one-hit innings against Barry University … threw five scoreless innings against Eckerd College out of the bullpen, striking out a season high four batters, and picking up the win … threw 2.2 hitless innings on April 7 against nationally ranked Nova Southeastern.
Earned the season-opening nod on the hill…was the Friday night starter until midway through the year where he moved into a relief role…finished with 46 innings on the season and a 7.43 ERA and a 4-2 record…had his best start against No. 8 West Alabama (2/5), earning the victory in a 2-1 upset win…he pitched six innings in that start, allowing six hits and one run with four strikeouts…struck out four batters on two other occasions, Feb. 19 against St. Thomas and April 29 at Tampa.
Put together a great rookie season for the Sailfish, acting as the No. 2 starter for most of the year... Took the mound 15 times during the year, making 12 starts and finishing with a 5-6 record and 4.94 ERA... Tossed five "quality starts" of six or more innings and three or fewer earned runs during the season... Struck out six or more batters on six occasions... Picked up his first career win with a six and two-thirds inning performance in which he allowed just one run and struck out seven against Barry University on February 21st... Struck out a career-high nine batters in a 5-4 win over Toccoa Falls in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) South Regional... Was masterful in his final start of the season, a complete game outing in which he struck out seven and allowed just one earned run against Bluefield College at the NCCAA World Series.
Graduate of Joliet Catholic Academy where he pitched for head coach Jared Voss.