KSU’s Career Starts Leader Signs Deal with the Milwaukee Brewers

KENNESAW – Following the 2017 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft, Kennesaw State baseball once again is represented as senior RHP Gabe Friese has signed as a free agent by the Milwaukee Brewers Sunday afternoon.

“We are extremely happy for Gabe (Friese) and his family,” head coach Mike Sansing said. “He has been a huge part of our program and has been successful in multiple roles.”

The right-handed pitcher, who hails from Kennesaw, ranks at the top of several records in KSU D-I program history, including career innings pitched with 267.2 – 33.2 frames ahead of Josh Carr’s mark from 2010-12.  Friese ranks first with 39 career starts on the mound and tied for second in program history with 16 wins.

The 2016 ASUN Second Team All-Conference member finished a four-year career with a 16-11 overall record and a 3.83 ERA in 62 appearances, which ranks fourth all-time in appearances. Friese finished fourth all-time with 192 strikeouts –ranking first in program history with 77 punch outs looking—and tallied one complete game and three saves.

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