Note from minor league camp, where left handed pitcher Jake Sullivan retired from baseball this week. Sullivan, 24, pitched in 39 games for Bowling Green in 2010, going 3-3 with a 4.31 ERA, and 53 K's. The lefty would have likely pitched out of the bullpen for the Charlotte Stone Crabs for this season.
The retirement was not due to injury.
Talked to Jake the other day, he called it quits to move onto bigger and better things, luckily this wasn't an injury based end to a career.ReplyDelete
Class act guy, one of the nicest guys I've met in the couple years I've followed the Rays minors. Good luck to you Jake!
I agree with Nick Hanson.ReplyDelete
I've had the pleasure to meet Jake a couple of times and he is a class individual with a very bright future in whatever he chooses.
All the best to him and his family in the future!