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30   Brian Chambers
Brian Chambers


Tampa, FL

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6-3 / 202




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2007: His 31 appearances in 2007 led all pitchers...finished his Seminole career in sole possession of seventh place with 87 career relief appearances...worked a team-high 40.1 innings in relief...threw a season-high 3.2 innings against Florida in Gainesville on Feb. 20...tied his season-high down in Coral Gables with 3.2 innings against Miami in picking up his third win of the season...allowed just 10 hits in 46 at-bats with two outs in an inning...recorded his first win of the season against Siena pitching three shutout innings...notched win number two in two innings of relief in game two against Virginia Tech...registered his third win of the season in a game two victory down in Miami...earned his first collegiate save in the series finale against Duke...finished with a career mark of 6-3 and an all-time ERA of 4.02...he tallied 115.1 innings pitched accumulating 80 strikeouts in his four years at Florida State.

2006: His 31 appearances were the most on the team...the only Seminole to appear in 30 games last season...had the third-best ERA and trails only Luke Tucker in that category among returners...third among returning players with a .252 opponent batting average...combined on two shutouts in 2006...allowed an earned run in just eight of his 31 appearances ...allowed just two earned runs in his last 13 appearances covering 15 innings...left-handers hit just .222 off Chambers all season.

ACC: Pitched in 14 ACC games, most on the team...led all FSU pitchers in K:BB ratio at 4.3:1 in conference play...aver-aged a strikeout per inning in ACC games ...issued a walk in just four of 14 appear-ances...conference lefties hit just .214 off Chambers.

2005: Had a career-high 16 appearances -- all in relief -- in 2005...showed improvement from his freshman year as he posted a 4.67 ERA and a 2-0 record in 2005...doubled his win total from the previous year...eleven of his 16 appearances came against NCAA Tournament teams including each of his last seven outings...wins came in the ACC against Wake Forest in his longest career outing of 4.2 innings and against Stetson...appeared in 10 ACC games with pitching time coming in six Seminole conference wins including one victory over Clemson and NC State and two against North Carolina ...only three walks allowed in 17.1 innings pitched and had a 3.7:1 strikeout to walk ratio...allowed fewer walks per nine inn-ings than any pitcher on the staff...allowed only one home run and five extra base hits in 16 appearances.

2004: True freshman made an impact in 2004 appearing in 12 games and posting a 1-0 record...started three games and had a strikeout to walk ratio of almost 2:1...Florida State posted a 3-0 record in the three games Chambers started... held left-handed hit-ters to an average of just .277, seventh lowest on the team... averaged almost seven K's per appearance.

High School: Went 4-4 with a 1.80 ERA as a senior...named All-District, All-Region, All-County and All-Sun Coast as a junior...also named honorable mention All-State...went 7-3 with a 1.26 ERA as junior...played at Tropicana Field for the Perfect Game National Showcase...struck out 14 batters including the first nine he faced and only allowed two hits against East Bay in the Tony Saladino tournament in the spring of 2003 in Tampa, FL.

Personal: Born on August 14, 1985...son of Tom and Linda Ch

4.2 (WFU 4/8/05)	IP			4.2 (WFU 4/8/05)
4 (2 Times)		Hits			4 (2 Times)
5 (USA 5/16/06)	Runs			3 (3 Times)
3 (3 Times)		ER			3 (2 Times)
1 (13 Times)		Walks			2 (UVA 5/8/04)
4 (3 Times)		K's			4 (3 Times)

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