Frank  Cebek
Frank Cebek


Bronx, N.Y.

High School:
Iona Prep

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 196



GENERAL: A promising pitcher with good size and ability...Saw increased time as a sophomore, earning several mid-week starts...Enjoyed a fine high school career and figures to improve as career advances...Tough to hit...Expected to challenge for starting spot in mid-week games. AS A SOPHOMORE: Made five appearances, including first three career starts...Earned first career victory in first ever start, hurling a complete game shutout with career-high four strikeouts vs. NYIT (4/16)...Fired another complete game shutout the following week in a win vs. NYIT (4/23), allowing just one earned run while striking out three...In three starts, went 2-0 with a 2.36 ERA in 19 innings of work while surrendering just 14 hits...Held opponents to just a .207 batting average against while also posting a solid 1.17 WHIP. AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in three games, pitching four innings in relief...Gave up four hits and had an ERA of 4.50...Pitched two scoreless innings with one strikeout in the back end of a doubleheader at Vermont (4/10). BEFORE SIENA: Played for the Bayside Yankees in the summer of 2005, finishing the season with a 2.00 ERA...Team was NABF Regional Champions in 2005...Played in the NABF World Series in '04, '05...Member of New York City baseball team for 2005 Empire State Games...Played in Perfect Game WWBA Championship with College Select in 2005...Pitched a no-hitter in summer '05 and '06...Pitched for the New York Nine in summer 2006...Listed on Who's Hot Perfect Game. ROSSI ON CEBEK: "Frank saw limited time last year, but did show signs in two of his three starts that he can be effective. He will need to show better command to be effective. His ability to locate all of his pitches effectively will determine the amount of innings that he has this spring." Cebek Career Bests
First Start: NYIT (4-16-08)
First Win: NYIT (4-16-08)
Most Strikeouts: 4 - NYIT (4-16-08)

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