Joe Reid
Joe  Reid

RS Senior

Rutherford, N.J.

High School:
St. Mary's

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190



2003: Came back after a season off to be one of the dominant pitchers in the BIG EAST ... Posted a 3-3 record, but ranked 10th in the league with a 3.74 earned run average ... Eighth in the league with 77.0 innings pitched and ninth in the BIG EAST with 68 strikeouts ... Appeared in 15 games, starting 14 ... Allowed 32 earned runs on 72 hits ... Won his first game of the season with a seven-inning complete game against Michigan State (3/3), allowing one run on five hits in a 4-3 decision ... Took a no-decision despite a brilliant effort against James Madison (3/16), going seven innings, allowing one run on four hits, with one walk and a career-high 11 strikeouts ... Struck out nine in 6.1 innings in a 4-1 win over Pittsburgh (3/30) ... A 33rd draft pick of the Cleveland Indians ... Spent the summer of 2003 with the Harwich Mariners of the prestigious Cape Cod League.

2002: Sat out the season after undergoing shoulder surgery.

2001: Came on late in the season and was a valuable member of the starting rotation down the stretch ... A hard-throwing right-hander, he finished the season with a 3-2 record and a 3.69 earned run average ... Appeared in 11 games, starting eight, with one complete game ... Picked up his first collegiate win, allowing three runs on eight hits, with six strikeouts in seven innings against Georgetown (3/24/01) ... Threw nine innings against Seton Hall (4/22/01), striking out 10 batters in a no-decision. Went at least seven innings in five of his eight starts.

At St. Mary's: Reid was part of the State Champion baseball team while at St. Mary's ... He was named All-County and Third Team All-State.

Personal: Born on September 7, 1982 ... Son of John and Bonnie Reid ... Has two sisters, Kristi and Danielle ... Majoring in sports management ... Lists winning state championship in baseball as the most thrilling moment of his athletic career ... Lists his high school football coach, Scott Weaver, as the most influential person in his athletic career.


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