Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 205
Year: Junior
Hometown: Easton, Md.
High School: Easton HS


As a Junior (2012): Signed with the New York Yankees after being selected in the 26th round of the 2012 MLB Draft ... made 21 appearances with one start ... had a 5-5 record and a 2.64 ERA and 44 strikeouts in 44-1/3 innings pitched ... his 2.64 ERA and was the second lowest on the team ... tied with Michael Boyden for appearances on the squad ... struck out a team-high 21 batters looking ... made his season debut at No. 14 UCLA (2/18) and gave two runs on four hits in 1-2/3 innings pitched while striking out two batters ... threw two scoreless innings in relief against Manhattan (3/3) ... at Navy (3/7) struck out two batters in 1-1/3 innings of work ... struck out five batters while only surrendering one run on two hits in two innings pitched at Wake Forest (3/10) ... threw two scoreless innings and struck out three at North Carolina (3/16) ... picked up his first win of the season against George Washington (3/20) giving up one earned run on four hits and striking two over two innings ... pitched 4-1/3 innings of shutout baseball to earn his second win of the season while striking one at St. John's (3/28) ... struck out four batters and only allowed one hit in 2-1/3 innings of relief work against NC State (4/7) ... fanned two batters in one inning of relief against West Virginia (4/11) ... went 1-1 in the series against Duke (4/13-15) with 1-2/3 innings pitched with one strikeout while surrendering two runs on four hits ... appeared twice in the series against Clemson (4/20-22) ... in a mid-week matchup at Towson (4/24), picked up his fourth victory of the season with 3-2/3 innings of scoreless relief while allowing three hits and striking out one batter ... gave up two hits and struck out seven batters in seven shutout innings in his lone start of the season against Norfolk State (5/1) ... struck out three, walked two and gave up four hits and no runs in 4-2/3 innings of work at Florida State (5/6) ... took the loss against Virginia (5/18) after giving up two runs on two hits in 1-2/3 innings pitched.

As a Sophomore (2011): Appeared in 21 games, the second most on the team, including one start ... had a 3.66 ERA, which ranked second on the team ... used primarily as a setup man ... opponents hit just .209 against him ... 11 of his 21 outings were scoreless and in eight of those the opponent didn't have a hit ... didn't allow a baserunner in his first three appearances, tossing 1 1/3 innings at Texas (2/18), 1 2/3 innings vs. Army (2/25) and 2 innings vs. Canisius (3/5) ... pitched 2/3 scoreless innings against Liberty (3/16), allowing just one walk and no hits ... held No. 7 Florida State hitless in a career-high three innings of relief on 4/1 ... pitched a perfect inning at West Virginia (4/5) ... tossed two perfect innings at Penn State (4/20), recording two strikeouts ... made his first career start on 4/26, logging a career-high tying three innings while giving up a run on three hits ... tossed a scoreless inning of relief against Wake Forest (5/21).

As a Freshman (2010): Made seven appearances, finishing the season with a 9.64 ERA in 9.1 innings.

At Easton: Lettered three years for the warriors as a pitcher ... won Bayside Championship in 2007 ... lettered in golf as a senior and finished third in state ... honor roll all four years.

Personal: Charles David Haslup ... son of Dave and Liz Haslup ... born Aug. 23, 1991 in Easton, Md. ... father played baseball at Salisbury ... favorite athletes are Lou Gherig and Kobe Bryant ... chose Maryland for academics and baseball ... also recruited by UNC Greensboro and Radford ...majoring in kinesiology.

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