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Trevor Bauer
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Trevor Bauer 1265374
Position: Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 175
Year: Junior
Hometown: Valencia, Calif.
High School: Hart

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Became the first UCLA player to ever earn the Golden Spikes Award, presented annually by USA Baseball to the nation's premier amateur baseball player...went 13-2 with a 1.25 ERA and Pac-10 single-season record 203 strikeouts as a junior (2011)...went 34-8 with a 2.36 ERA and 460 strikeouts in 373.1 innings in three seasons at UCLA (2009-11)...became UCLA's career leader in wins (34), strikeouts (460) and innings (373.1)...as a starting pitcher, posted a career 32-5 record in 44 starts...also set UCLA's single-season record with 203 strikeouts, breaking his previous school-record total of 165 in 2010...hurled 10 complete games as a junior, tied with Tim Leary (1979) for the most single-season complete games at UCLA...set the Pac-10 single-season strikeouts record with 203 in 2011, surpassing Mark Prior's 202 strikeout total at USC in 2001...ranks second on the Pac-10's all-time strikeouts list (460), 31 shy of Tim Lincecum, who logged 491 strikeouts from 2004-06 at Washington.

2011 MLB Draft
Selected third overall in the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks, becoming the fourth UCLA baseball player chosen within the first four selections of the annual June MLB Draft...other selected in the top four include teammate Gerrit Cole (No. 1, 2011 to Pittsburgh), Tim Leary (No. 2, 1979 to New York Mets) and Troy Glaus (No. 3, 1997 to Anaheim)...the 2011 MLB Draft marks the first time since 1978 that one college baseball program had two players selected in the first three picks (Cole at No. 1 to Pittsburgh, Bauer at No. 3 to Arizona)...in 1978, Arizona State had Bob Horner chosen No. 1 by Atlanta and Hubie Brooks selected No. 3 by the New York Mets.

Went 13-2 with a 1.25 ERA in 16 starts, leading the country with 203 strikeouts and 10 complete games (including the last nine consecutive)...became the first player from UCLA to earn National Player of the Year honors from Baseball America and Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball...won the 2011 Golden Spikes Award (top amateur baseball player, presented by USA Baseball) and finished as one of three finalists for the Dick Howser Trophy (top NCAA Division I Player, presented by the College Baseball Foundation)...earned 2011 Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year acclaim (first Bruin since Pete Janicki in 1992)...served as UCLA's No. 2 starting pitcher in the weekend rotation...logged at least 10 strikeouts in 14 of his 16 starts...finished the year on a stretch of nine consecutive complete games, having posted an 8-1 record and 1.11 ERA, logging 121 strikeouts and 16 walks in 81.0 innings in that nine-start span...named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week a record six times and Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week seven times...finished in the top-10 in numerous categories in the Pac-10, including first in ERA (1.25), opposing batting average (.154), strikeouts (203), wins (13) and second in innings (136.2)...allowed five hits or fewer in 11 of his 16 starts, limiting the opposition to two runs or fewer in 13 of his 16 starts...allowed one run or less in each of his final five starts... twice recorded a career-high 17 strikeouts...pitched a career-high 10 innings in a no-decision at Nebraska (March 5), allowing one run and four hits while striking out 17...also had 17 strikeouts in a complete game victory at Stanford (April 22), allowing one and four hits...became the first UCLA pitcher to record at least 17 strikeouts since March 25, 2000 (Rob Henkel, 18 vs. Washington)...was the first UCLA pitcher to log at least 10 innings since April 29, 2006 (David Huff, 10.0 at California)...earned the win in seven straight starts (March 12-April 22), securing three consecutive Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week awards...pitched three complete game shutouts (March 26 at USC, April 16 vs. Arizona, May 28 at Arizona State)...had 14 strikeouts, scattering five hits, in a complete game shutout at Arizona State (May 28)...allowed four hits and one walk, striking out 13 in a complete game shutout against Arizona (April 16)... pitched a complete game one-hit shutout at USC (March 26), striking out 14 batters to claim the UCLA all-time strikeout record (eclipsing Alex Sanchez's 328 career strikeouts)...with his win against Fresno State on June 4 in the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, improved his career postseason record to 4-0 (UCLA went 5-0 in his five career postseason starts).

Made 18 starts, going 12-3 with a 3.02 ERA, collecting a nation-best 165 strikeouts and 41 walks in a team-leading 131.1 innings...earned second-team All-America honors from Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball and first-team accolades from Ping! Baseball...served as UCLA's No. 2 starting pitcher in the weekend rotation...became the first UCLA pitcher to ever lead the nation in strikeouts (165), establishing the program's single-season strikeout record...named one of 30 semifinalists for the 2010 Golden Spikes Award...ranked fifth in the nation and tied for first in the Pac-10 (with Arizona State's Seth Blair) for wins (12)...ranked 12th, nationally, in strikeouts per nine innings (11.31)...finished in the top-10 in numerous categories in the Pac-10, including first in innings (131.1), first in strikeouts (165), tied for first in wins (12), tied for third in starts (18), sixth in ERA (3.02) and 10th in opposing batting average (.244)...logged 10 or more strikeouts in eight games, including a career-high 15 against Mississippi State at the Whataburger College Classic in Corpus Christi, Texas (March 13)...became the first pitcher in school history to record three wins in the same postseason...went 3-0 with a 3.60 ERA in four postseason starts, collecting 41 strikeouts and eight walks in a team-high 30.0 innings...earned All-Tournament Team honors at the College World Series and was named the Most Valuable Player of the NCAA Los Angeles Regional...went 2-0 with a 3.00 ERA in two starts at the College World Series, totaling 24 strikeouts and four walks in 15.0 innings...logged 13 strikeouts in a victory against TCU (June 26) in an elimination game, limiting the Horned Frogs to three runs (two earned) and four hits in eight innings...earned the victory in UCLA's first College World Series contest, striking out 11 and walking two in seven innings in an 11-3 win against Florida - allowed three runs and six hits, becoming the first UCLA pitcher to ever record a victory at the College World Series...registered 11 strikeouts and two walks in eight-plus innings in UCLA's second game of the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, a 6-3 victory over defending national champion LSU (June 5) - carried a shutout into the ninth inning, before allowing three runs (one earned)...during the regular season, earned the victory in each of his first five starts...earned the victory against Bethune Cookman (nationally-televised game on MLB Network, Feb. 20), logging 13 strikeouts and two walks while allowing three runs and four hits in eight innings...picked up the win in game two of a series-opening doubleheader against Nebraska (March 5), striking out 10 batters and walking two, surrendering one run and six hits in 6.2 innings...won his third consecutive start, allowing two runs and three hits in eight-plus innings against Mississippi State (March 13), striking out 15 and walking two...tallied his fourth win against Oral Roberts (March 20), allowing one run and five hits while logging nine strikeouts and one walk in eight innings...picked up the victory against Cal Poly (March 26), surrendering three runs and five hits in eight innings, recording nine strikeouts and three ...did not earn a decision in UCLA's 16-inning, 3-1 victory over Oregon State (April 10), scattering six hits in 7.1 scoreless frames while striking out eight batters and walking one...threw a complete game to pick up the win at Arizona (April 24), clinching a Pac-10 road series victory for UCLA - struck out 13 batters and walked one, while limiting the Wildcats to two runs and 10 hits in nine innings...won three consecutive Pac-10 contests in May (at Washington, May 8; vs. USC, May 15; at California, May 22)...struck out 11 batters in a 15-2 victory over USC, allowing two runs and seven hits in seven innings...allowed four runs (two earned) and eight hits in seven innings at California, totaling seven strikeouts and one walk.

2009 (summer)
Played for the USA Baseball National Team (collegiate)...went 1-1 with a 4.67 ERA in five games (three starts)...totaled 24 strikeouts and seven walks in 17.1 innings, limiting the opposition to a .213 batting average...threw a complete game shutout against Guatemala (July 3), recording 13 strikeouts in an 18-0 Team USA victory.

Made 20 appearances, including 10 starts...earned National Freshman Pitcher of the Year honors and Freshman All-America accolades from Collegiate Baseball...secured first-team Freshman All-America honors from Baseball America and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA)...also named a second-team All-America and first-team Freshman All-America selection by Ping!Baseball... earned Pac-10 Freshman of the Year honors...one of three freshmen to secure All-Pac-10 team honors...went 9-3 with a 2.99 ERA, four complete games and two saves...compiled 92 strikeouts and 27 walks and a .225 opponent batting average in 105.1 innings...led UCLA's pitching staff in wins (nine), ERA (2.99), and innings (105.1)...single-season total of nine wins ties Pete Janicki (1990) as most victories by a freshman pitcher in program history...ranked in the top-10 among Pac-10 pitchers in innings (third), wins (fourth, tied), ERA (seventh), strikeouts (eighth) and opponent batting average (ninth)...twice captured Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week honors (March 31, April 20)...opened the season as a relief pitcher before moving into a midweek starting role - emerged as a regular starter in the weekend rotation by April 5 (at Washington State)...in Pac-10 games, went 7-0 with a 2.98 ERA, registering 54 strikeouts and 14 walks and a team-leading four complete games...as a starting pitcher, went 7-0 with a 3.16 ERA, compiling 67 strikeouts and 19 walks while limiting the opposition to a .217 batting average...finished the season having thrown four complete games in his final six starts...earned the win with a complete-game effort at Arizona State (May 23), allowing four runs and six hits in 9.0 innings...notched a career-high 10 strikeouts in a complete-game victory against California (May 9), issuing one walk while allowing four runs and eight hits...threw a complete game to earn the win at Oregon (May 2), allowing two runs and six hits in 9.0 innings...most dominant outing of the season came in a complete-game, one-hit shutout of Washington (April 18) - recorded nine strikeouts and two walks; became first UCLA pitcher to throw a one-hit complete game since April 13, 1998 (Tony Righetti vs. Hawaii-Hilo); bid for no-hitter snapped in top of the sixth inning with leadoff single to left field; retired first 13 batters faced before issuing a one-out walk in the top of the fifth inning...earned National Pitcher of the Week honors and Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week honors after throwing one-hitter versus Washington...recorded UCLA's only wins at Stanford (April 10) and Washington State (April 5)...earned the victory in relief against Arizona (March 29), scattering four hits in 5.1 scoreless innings...totaled eight strikeouts and one walk, allowing two runs and six hits in 8.0 innings to pick up the win at Pepperdine (March 25)...named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week (March 31) after having picked up two victories and logged 12 strikeouts in 13.1 innings on the week against Pepperdine and Arizona...collected first career victory at East Carolina, scattering two hits and totaling five strikeouts and no walks in 3.2 scoreless innings of relief in the second game of a doubleheader (March 13)...made his first career start against San Diego State (March 11), allowing one run and two hits in 6.0 innings (no-decision)...earned his first career save in his collegiate debut, recording two strikeouts in a scoreless ninth inning against UC Davis (Feb. 21).

High School
Two-year varsity letterwinner at Hart High School under head coach Jim Ozella...earned first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honors and first-team All-Southern Section accolades from the California Baseball Coaches Association (CBCA) as a junior...went 12-0 with a 0.79 ERA his junior season, collecting 106 strikeouts and 15 walks in 70.2 innings...helped Hart secure the 2008 Foothill League title and a CIF Southern Section Division I playoff berth...was one of two pitchers (along with UCLA classmate Gerrit Cole) selected to the 2008 Los Angeles Times High School All-Star Team; also was one of seven pitchers named first-team all-state baseball selections by CalHiSports.com...in June 2008, was invited to the Team USA 18-and-under Tournament of Stars trials, an eight-team, seven-day tournament in Cary, N.C...after throwing 10 shutout innings at the Tournament of Stars, was invited to compete in Phoenix for a spot on the under-18 U.S. National Team...as a junior at Hart, tossed six complete games (four shutouts)...among his most impressive performances included a 16-strikeout effort in a 2-0 victory against West Torrance and a two-hit, 10-strikeout shutout versus Canyon...promoted to the varsity team as a sophomore...went 4-1 that spring (2007) with a 2.07 ERA in 23.2 innings, recording 25 strikeouts and five walks...in postseason play, was the winning pitcher in Hart's CIF Division I postseason victory over Newbury Park, allowing one run and five hits in six innings.

Full name: Trevor Andrew Bauer...born Jan. 17, 1991 in North Hollywood, Calif...Trevor is the older of Warren and Kathy Bauer's two children...has one younger sister, Gracie...admires San Francisco Giants' right-handed pitcher Tim Lincecum...engineering major.

Career Highs
Innings Pitched - 10.0 at Nebraska (3/5/11)
Strikeouts - 17 (twice), last at Stanford (4/22/11)


2009 Fr. 2.99 9-3 20 10 4 2 105.1 85 39 35 27 92 17 2 7 428 .225 10 9 6 8 4
2010 So. 3.02 12-3 18 18 1 0 131.1 121 64 44 41 165 25 3 10 552 .244 12 4 2 9 3
2011 Jr. 1.25 13-2 16 16 10 0 136.2 73 22 19 36 203 19 1 6 521 .154 2 6 0 5 1
TOTALS 2.36 34-8 54 44 15 2 373.1 279 125 98 104 460 61 6 23 1501 .207 30 19 8 22 8
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