Roldan Ochoa: International Veteran Two-Way Player from Venezuela Seeking Team for 2018 Season; 283+ Innings, 350 strikeouts, 1.75 ERA throughout European Career
Northeastern State University grad Roldan Ochoa made his first EU appearance in 2014 as a member of the Wr. Neustadt Diving Ducks, a team competing in Austria’s first division, the Austrian Baseball League. Despite pitching for a team with a losing record, Roldan posted a 6-3 record and a 2.02 era over 71 innings of work, striking out 69 and only allowing 17 walks. Of the 10 games he started, he pitched a complete game in 5 of them, illustrating his ability to go deep into games.
In 2015, he signed on with the top club in the Czech Republic second division, the Trebic Nuclears. He dominated this league even more going 11-2 over 108 innings posting an era of 1.50 and striking out a ridiculous 159 batters. Again he went deep into games evident in his 7 completed games over the course of the season.
Roldan is wanting and deserving to play at a higher level of European baseball and would do well in top leagues of A-Pool countries such as Germany, France, Spain, Czech Republic and Sweden. He has proven himself successful at every level he has competed in. Throughout his past 283+ innings overseas, Roldan has posted a 1.75 ERA with 350 strikeouts and a 29-5 record.
Weight: 177 lbs
Primary Position: RHP
Secondary Positions: OF/3B/1B
2011-2012: Northeastern State University (NCAA DII)
2014: Wr. Neustadt Divings Ducks, Austrian Division I
2014-15 Winter: Aragua Tigers, Venezuela
2015: Trebic Nuclears, Czech Division II
2016: Trebic Nuclears, Czech Division II
2016: Kotlářka Praha, Czech Division I
2017: Hard Bulls, Austrian Division I
Roldan has helped out with the youth programs both in Austria and the Czech Republic.
David Burns (Opposing player for the Attnang Athletics, Austria and opponent in 2014)
“Roldan was tough to hit off. He mixed up his speeds well and was good at keeping you off balance. He has a sharp 12-6 curveball complimented by a hard fastball in the mid 80’s.”
Galen McSppadden (Head Coach Seward County Community College): email@example.com
Travis Janssen (Head Coach Northeastern State University): firstname.lastname@example.org
Roldan is looking for a club in 2018 who is willing to pay his flights, provide accommodations and a salary that can easily cover living expenses.
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