College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2012 College Baseball season by checking in on the Top 100 Players in the country. We will be providing one player per day until we reach number 1.
We continue the countdown today at number 86 with Oregon sophomore RHP Ryon Healy. The 6’5” 215 pound right-handed pitcher out of West Hills, California was an All-State player at Crespi Carmelite High School. Healy was the no. 55 recruit in the state, after a junior year highlighted with an 11-0 record and .468 batting average.
As a freshman at Oregon, Healy hit .320 with 10 doubles, a team-leading four home runs, and 20 RBI for coach George Horton. On the mound, Healy compiled a 4.15 ERA in three appearances with two starts. He struck out eight batters in 8.2 innings of work, and held opponents to a .257 average.
During the summer, Healy played for the Cotuit Kettlers of the Cape Cod League, hitting .244 with eight RBI, four runs, two doubles and a home run in 31 games. In the previous summer, Healy appeared for the Conejo Oaks of the California Collegiate League, garnering top prospect status from Baseball America as well as a spot in the CCL All-State team. The righty hit .320 with four home runs for the Oaks in 2010.
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