Former Bobcat Featured in Augusta Chronicle
by Katie Parker, sports information graduate assistant
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Former Georgia College & State University pitcher, Andrew Reichard recently made the move from a reliever for the Augusta GreenJackets to a starter.
Reichard shutout the Savannah Sand Gnats Monday night giving up two hits, while tossing six innings in the 7-2 Jacket win. In his longest outing this season, Reichard sat down two batters via strikes, with no walks.
The Bobcat baseball alum made his way to Augusta as a 13th round draft pick in 2007.
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