Five more baseball players from Citrus have decided the next step in their college futures.
Gomez’s Citrus career spanned two seasons for the Owls. As a freshman Gomez (Montclair HS) appeared in 17 games, all in relief, posting a 3.80 ERA and grabbing an All-WSC South Honorable Mention nod. As a sophomore Gomez moved into a starters role, making 17 starts, going 4-5, posting a 4.65 ERA.
Fitzgerald (Upland) spent one season with the Owls, after starting his collegiate career in 2012 at Cal Poly Pomona. In 2013, he appeared in 11 games, including eight starts, posting a 5.00 ERA with 28 K’s, and a 3-4 record.
Luis Saballos who will be attending and playing for nearby California State University, Los Angeles. Saballos made 11 appearances in 2013, posting a 5.56 ERA and recording a team high four saves.
After coming into the program as an outfielder, Holden (Charter Oak) made the transition to the mound in 2013 where he made six appearances, going 1-1, with a 4.22 ERA.
Rosales was a two-year member of the Owls’ pitching staff. As a sophomore Rosales, made four appearances, striking out eight batters in just over 10 innings of work.