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25   Michael Hyde
Michael Hyde


Tallahassee, FL

Last College:
Tallahassee CC

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 192



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2007: Appeared in 19 games, starting 16 games, while posting a career-high 10 wins for the Seminoles in 2007...finished his Seminole career with a mark of 26-5...registered just three losses in his last 49 appearances, a span including 36 starts...had his consecutive innings streak without giving up a run end at 18.2 innings (dating back to last season) against UNC Asheville...kept an opponent scoreless in two straight starts against Indiana and Wake Forest...had another scoreless streak of 13.2 innings come to an end against BC...finished second on the team with two pick-offs...worked into the fifth inning in 11 of his 16 starts in 2007...pitched a season-high seven innings against BC...did not allowed a run in five of his 16 starts...tied a season-high with his ninth win of the season against Maryland in game two...set a career-high for wins in a season (10) as he lead the Seminoles to their only victory in the ACC Tournament, an 11-2 win over Wake Forest...made three relief appearances in 2007.

2006: Appeared in 18 games and made 11 starts...posted a stellar 9-1 record and is now 16-3 in his FSU career...lost just once in his last 21 starts and 31appearances dating back to March of 2005... pitched one of FSU's two complete games in 2006...the only Seminole to record a shutout last season...the only FSU pitcher to start a game and record a save...was fourth on the team for innings pitched and strikeouts...held opponents to a .235 average with runners on base...finished the season with 12 1/3 scoreless innings... did not allow a run in five of his last seven games...allowed just two runs in his last three starts of the season covering 18 innings...dominated Jacksonville in the NCAA Athens Regional improving to 3-0 with a 0.70 ERA in four postseason starts with 18 strikeouts and just six walks... began 2006 as a reliever and then moved into a starting role for mid-week games... improved his numbers in almost every category from his first season in Tallahassee as a sophomore transfer.

ACC: Appeared in seven games and made three starts...went 2-0 in conference play...recorded a save versus Wake Forest ...only Bryan Henry pitched more innings in ACC play among returning pitchers.

2005: Florida State's leader in starts with 17 and ranked first in innings pitched with 100.1...the only Seminole in 2005 to pitch more than 89 innings...pitched at least five innings in every start but two in 2005 and was second on the team with an average of more than five innings of work per appearance...tied for fifth in the ACC in games started...first 12 appearances were all starting assignments as he recorded a 6-2 record...finished the season with a 7-2 record and a 4.40 ERA...third on the team with 71 strike-outs and seven wins...fifth on the team in appearances with 20, which was second among FSU starters...earned four wins in his first six career starts as Florida State won 21 of its first 22 games...gained two of six wins in back-to-back starts against Virginia Tech and Duke...two relief appearances in ACC games against Miami and in a victory over Maryland...Florida State was 13-7 in his 20 appearances with victories against six ACC teams...Florida State was also victorious in five of his starts against NCAA Tournament 7.2 innings pitched in a victory over Wake Forest to send the Seminoles to the ACC Tournament semi-finals...struck out six and did not allow an earned run as the Seminoles faced elimi-nation from the tournament...walked only one batter and allowed only one extra base hit in the 7-3 win...was key in the Seminoles opening round victory in the NCAA Regional against Army as he held the Black Knights to just two runs in six innings of work...started the season by streaking out to a 4-1 start with an ERA of 1.78...finished the season strong going 1-0 with a 2.04 ERA in his last three appearances...two of those appearances were starts in the ACC Tournament and NCAA Regional.

Previous School (TCC): Member of the Panhandle Conference championship team that went 43-10...went 6-3 with a 2.23 ERA in 70 innings of work...led the team with 69 strikeouts.

High School: Member of the 2002 Class 4A state runner-up team...went 9-2 as a senior with a 0.75 ERA and 79 strike-outs in 61 innings of work...2003 High School Heisman nominee...second team all-state in 2003...two-time All-Big Bend first team honors.

Summer Ball: Pitched 45 innings posting a 2.48 ERA with 54 strikeouts in the Valley Summer League.

Academics: Four-year principal scholar in high school...senior academic player of the year...high school GPA of 4.64 placed him in the top 2% of his class ...National Honor Society...National Scholar Athlete Award...Florida Bright Futures Scholar...3.85 GPA at TCC with Dean's List honors...2005 ACC Honor Roll ...spring and fall 2005 Dean's List.

Personal: Aunt, uncle, several cousins and great aunts and uncles all attended FSU...sister Heather is on a softball scholarship at TCC...hobbies are fishing, basketball and movies...major is communication studies...born June 28, 1984...son of Joe and Kaye...2006 All-ACC Academic Team.

7.2 (WFU 5/27/05)	IP		7.2 (WFU 5/27/05)
10 (UH 3/10/05)	        Hits		8 (2 Times)
10 (UH 3/10/05)	       Runs		6 (NCST 5/20/06)
10 (UH 3/10/05)	        ER		6 (NCST 5/20/06)
5 (GT 4/16/05)		Walks		5 (GT 4/16/05)
7 (SJU 2/19/05)		K's		6 (VT 3/19/05)

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