Booyah Add West Coast Pitchers


Ashwaubenon, Wis.- The Green Bay Booyah have announced the addition of two right handers by signing juniors Chris Jefferson (New Mexico State) and David Rajeski (Pacific)

Jefferson, a 6-foot-2, righty out of Pearland, Texas, has started two games for New Mexico State early on. He has pitched five innings in both of his appearances and has a 1-1 record. Jefferson has worked ten innings and has recorded 13 strikeouts while only walking three. Last year, at New Mexico JC, he posted a 2-0 record over 13 games with four starts. During his sophomore campaign he struck out 34 over 26.1 innings pitched while helping his team to a 40-17 record. New Mexico State will take on Delaware this weekend in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Rajeski, a 6-foot-5, righty from Alamo, California, is off to strong start for the Pacific Tigers. Through three appearances he is 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA. Rajeski has worked four innings out of the bullpen and has racked up five strikeouts. Last year, at San Mateo College, Rajeski was 3-1 with a 3.67 ERA. In 27 innings pitched he struck out 17 batters. Rajeski will look to continue to be a key contributor for the 7-1 Pacific Tigers. Pacific will be in action this weekend against Seattle University at home.

The Booyah are adding two experienced pitchers who are contributing for two of the better mid-major programs in the country.

The Green Bay Booyah open up the season on Tuesday, May 28th at 7:05 in Traverse City, Michigan. Capital Credit Union Park will host the first Booyah home game against the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters on Saturday June 1st at 7:05.

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