Born September 20th, 1995... Majoring in Business Finance... Aspires to work at Northwestern Mutual... Chose PBA because of baseball... Favorite team is the Tampa Bay Rays... Favorite athlete is Derek Jeter... Has one sibling: Michael.
David began the season as a long-reliever for the ‘Fish, before gaining a spot in the weekend rotation three weeks into the season … struck out a season high seven hitters on opening night in four relief innings against Barry … went seven innings and allowed just five hits and three runs in a win against Saint Leo on Feb. 25 … went seven strong innings against Barry on March 26, allowing three runs and five hits while striking out six.
Finished second on the team with 22 appearances on the mound, all out of the bullpen…struck out 27 in 28 innings on the year…finished with a 2.57 ERA and a 5-1 record…his five wins were second on the team and his ERA was second best of all pitchers…didn’t allow an earned run in his first 12 appearances, a span of 16.1 innings…finally allowed an earned run in a 3.2 inning appearance against Florida Tech (3/19)…struck out a season-high five in that outing, picking up the win...opponents batted just .257 against him during the year.
Tossed 15 and one-third innings during his rookie campaign for PBA, finishing the year with a 1-1 record, two saves and a 7.63 ERA... Picked up his first collegiate win against Rollins College on April 8th when he pitched one and one-third inning and didn't allow a base runner while striking out one... Got his first collegiate save in a three inning appearance against Barry University on February 20th when he allowed just one hit and one walk while striking out three... Struck out a career-high six batters in a season-best three and two-thirds innings of work against Barry University on March 24th, picking up his second save in the process.
Graduated from Clearwater Central Catholic High School where he played for coaches Todd Vaughn and Bob Gibree... Was named team MVP sophomore, junior and senior years... Had a 3.75 GPA or higher all four years of high school.