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Mike Rescigno
Player Profile:
Mike Rescigno 1744143
Position: Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 230
Year: Senior
Hometown: Monmouth Beach, N.J.
High School: Red Bank Catholic
  • 2016 MLB Draft Selection (25th round, 755th overall, San Francisco Giants)

As a Junior (2016): Drafted in the 25th round by the San Francisco Giants in the 2016 MLB Draft…appeared 23 times out of the bullpen…notched a 2-1 record with three saves…finished with a 5.59 ERA with 23 strikeouts in 19.1 IP…struck out one in an inning of work in his season debut at Alabama (2/19)…tossed 2/3 of an inning and gave up two runs at Alabama (2/21)…struck out one in one and 2/3 innings of work against Rhode Island (2/27)…tossed 2/3 of an inning and struck out one at Delaware (3/1)…worked an inning versus SE Louisiana (3/5)…struck out two and allowed two runs in 1.1 IP against Delaware (3/8)…worked a spotless ninth against Bryant to earn his first career save (3/13)…notched an inning of work against Liberty (3/22)…appeared at VCU (3/30) and at Liberty (4/5)…worked the ninth to earn a save against James Madison (4/6)…struck out the only batter he faced and picked up a win against Ohio State (4/8)…repeated the feat two days later, striking out the only batter he faced to earn the win against ohio State (4/10)…grabbed his third save of the season at Minnesota (4/16)…tossed an inning against Purdue (4/23)…struck out four over 2.1 IP at James Madison (4/26)…tossed an inning at Penn State (4/30)…appeared against Illinois (5/8) and Rutgers (5/13)…appeared in the Big Ten Tournament against Michigan State (5/27).

As a Sophomore (2015): Moved from the infield to the mound and made six appearances…held a 2.25 ERA in 4.0 IP and struck out four…struck out one in 0.2 IP against George Washington (4/8) in his first career outing…appeared against Towson (5/6) and struck out two in one inning of work…worked a clean inning and struck out one against Ohio State (5/8)…threw 0.2 IP against Ohio State (5/9)…appeared against Liberty (5/12) and Northwestern (5/15).

As a Freshman (2014): In his first season, made 36 appearances with 24 starts … made nine starts at third base, eight at DH and seven at first base … hit .241 with a .402 on-base percentage … had four doubles, 11 RBI and 12 runs scored … went 1-for-3 in his collegiate debut with a double and a RBI (4/16) in the series finale at Florida (2/16) ... went 4-for-5 with two doubles, two RBI and a run at JMU (2/25) ... went 4-for-10 in three games against UMass (3/1-2) ... had two runs and two RBI in the series ... had one hit against Delaware (3/11) ... went 1-for-2 with a run against Delaware (3/18) ... had a hit in all three games against NC State (3/21-23) and finished the series 4-for-10 ... had a RBI single in games two and three and scored a run in both as well ... scored a run and added a RBI against VCU (4/1) ... had two walks and scored a run against Liberty (4/2) ... had a RBI single against George Mason (4/23) ... had a single and a run scored against JMU (4/29) ... went 1-for-3 with a run scored against Towson (5/7) ... appeared as a pinch hitter and defensive replacement against Pitt (5/11) and WVU (5/13) … appeared as a pinch hitter and singled in the finale of the Charlottesville Super Regional (6/9).

At Red Bank Catholic: A three-year letterwinner in baseball for the Rook and played one season of basketball … helped lead the Rook to a 23-4 record as a senior and batted .444 with 32 runs scored and 21 RBI … also finished with a 6-1 record on the mound with a 1.76 ERA … helped lead the squad to a Shore Conference and Monmouth County titles … named to the 2013 Rawlings All-Northeast Region Second Team … received first-team All-New Jersey honors as senior and second-team honors as a junior … named a first-team All-Non-Public New Jersey State selection … tabbed a first-team All-Monmouth selection … named a first-team All-Shore Conference honoree twice … ranked the No. 34 prospect in New Jersey by Perfect Game USA.

Personal: Son of Anthony and Kerry Rescigno … father, Anthony, threw the javelin on the track and field team at Rider … mother, Kerry, played basketball and field hockey at Rider … lists his sports hero as Babe Ruth … if he wasn’t playing baseball, would play basketball.
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