TO mississippi state The pitcher is going viral, and it’s not just because of his impressive performance in his first college start.
Jurrangelo Cijntje, a freshman from Pembroke Pines, Florida, started for the Bulldogs in Wednesday’s game against the University of Louisiana Monroewhen he struck out seven batters in four scoreless innings.
The awesome part? She did it by throwing with both arms.
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The 19-year-old switch-hitter allowed just one hit, one walk and struck out six batters at right hand.
In the third inning, he showed off his switch-hitting skills, striking out a left-handed batter with a 92 mph fastball.
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Cijntje, who is now 2-0 this season after appearing in last week’s win over VMI, also threw a 97 mph pitch from right.
MSU walked away with a 14-3 win over Louisiana-Monroe.
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Cijntje was written by the milwaukee brewers in last year’s MLB Draft Combine, but opted to pursue a career in college first, a decision that is surely paying off.