Texas State’s Dvorsky named
league’s pitcher of the year
Texas State pitcher Joseph Dvorsky, who came within one error of a perfect game in July, has been named the Texas Collegiate League pitcher of the year. The junior threw the first nine-inning no-hitter in league history, striking out 18 hitters, on July 18 against the North Texas Copperheads.
In the regular season, Dvorsky was 7-0 with a 2.66 ERA and 47 strikeouts in 47.1 innings. He also has pitched the Victoria Generals into the league championship game, beating the Texas Tomcats on Thursday.
A fellow Bobcat, Brian Borski, led the TCL with eight victories. He was 8-2 while pitching for Brazos Valley.
Former Texas State standout Paul Goldschmidt is among California League leaders heading into the final two weeks of the minor league regular season. The first baseman for Visalia, an affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, tops the league in home runs with 32 and total bases with 267, and he is second in RBI with 93. He also is tied for second with 32 doubles.
Matt Miller is fourth in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League in hitting at .334.
Here’s a table of stats for Bobcats in professional baseball: