UL’s Spencer Arrighetti Impresses in Summer League
If the season of a player in one summer baseball league in the northern part of the United States is any indication, the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns may have a future ace pitcher on their hands.
Right-handed pitcher Spencer Arrighetti, who sat out the 2020 season after transferring from TCU, had a terrific season for the Wisconsin Rapid Rafters, members of the Northwoods League.
Over six outings, including two starts, Arrighetti compiled an overall record of 3-0, with an ERA. of 0.00.
Over 19 innings, Arrighetti allowed only five hits and one unearned run, to go along with 29 strikeouts.
Arrighetti, who has a fastball that was consistently clocked in the 93-94 mph range, ended the summer tied for the league lead in wins and ERA. while finishing tied for third in strikeouts.
A native of Katy, Texas, Arrighetti attended Cinco Ranch High School, where he earned all-state honors as a senior.
As a freshman at TCU in 2019, Arrighetti appeared in 16 games, including one as a starter, compiling a 2-0 record with an ERA. of 9.00, while striking out 19 hitters over 17.0 innings of work.
The Northwoods League, centered around the Great Lakes Region, is one of the most competitive collegiate wooden bat summer leagues baseball has to offer.
Arrighetti has three seasons of eligibility remaining at UL.
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