Auburn Mountainview’s Nate Weeldreyer’s Near Perfect Game Attracts Scout Attention

From the Seattle Times: Big arm, bigger potential: Scouts are flocking to watch Auburn Mountainview’s Nate Weeldreyer

The pitcher with a huge arm prides himself more on his humble attitude.

In case you missed it, Auburn Mountainview’s Nate Weeldreyer flashed his big-league stuff in style recently with a 19-strikeout, no-hit shutout against rival Auburn Riverside. Only a lone hit batter in the fourth inning prevented a perfect seven-inning game.

Coach Glen Walker called it “one of the most well-pitched games I have ever seen” — probably second to only a couple thrown by Tim Lincecum (a two-time Cy Young Award winner as a San Francisco Giant) when Walker coached him at Liberty High School.

But you wouldn’t hear Weeldreyer bragging about it the next day at school.

(Finish reading this article on The Seattle Times)


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