Travis Seabrooke

#29 TRAVIS SEABROOKE – LHP
Height: 6-6 Weight: 205
Bats: Right Throws: Left
Born: Peterborough, Ontario
Resides: Otonabee, Ontario
High School: Crestwood Secondary (Peterborough, Ontario)
Draft: 5th – BAL – 2013
DOB: 9/16/95 Opening Night Age: 25
Classification: LS-3

Career Highlights: Seventh season of professional baseball and first with the Goldeyes…signed by the Goldeyes on 5/3/21…originally signed by the Goldeyes on 4/30/20, but did not play during the 2020 season…career 11-26 record with six saves and a 4.93 ERA in 100 games, 45 of them as a starting pitcher…20 career games finished…335.2 career innings pitched, allowing 365 hits, 136 walks, and 24 home runs…243 career strikeouts…has averaged just 0.6 home runs per nine innings during career…has allowed three or fewer earned runs in 31 of 45 career starts…has walked two batters or less in 34 of 45 career starts, and has walked three batters or less in 42 of them…has pitched more than 1.0 inning in 44 of 55 career relief appearances…drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the fifth round in 2013…ranked the 13th-best prospect in the Orioles’ farm system by Baseball America in 2014…has played for the Canadian Junior National Team, competing at the U18 World Cup in 2013…played at Crestwood Secondary School in Peterborough, Ontario…father, Glen, was drafted 21st overall in the 1985 NHL draft and played three seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers…full name is Travis Grant Seabrooke

2019
Frederick (Carolina/A+/Baltimore): 2-2 with two saves and a 7.50 ERA for the Keys in 14 games, all of them in relief…finished five games…24.0 innings pitched, allowing 30 hits, 11 walks, and seven home runs…struck out 22…pitched more than 1.0 inning in 10 of 14 relief appearances…struck out two in 2.0 shutout relief innings on 4/11 at Salem…pitched 2.0 scoreless relief innings on 5/7 vs. Potomac…picked up the save on 5/14 at Wilmington, striking out two in 1.0 scoreless inning…picked up the save on 5/18 vs. Salem, striking out one in 2.0 shutout innings

2018
Frederick (Carolina/A+/Baltimore): 0-0 with one save and a 7.19 ERA for the Keys in 19 games, 18 of them in relief…finished six games…45.2 innings pitched, allowing 58 hits, 24 walks, and five home runs…struck out 46…pitched more than 1.0 inning in 14 of 18 relief appearances…started and took no-decision on 6/13 vs. Lynchburg during second game of a double header, striking out four in 4.0 shutout innings…struck out three over 3.0 scoreless relief innings on 7/2 vs. Lynchburg…struck out five in 3.0 scoreless relief innings on 8/14 vs. Salem…pitched 3.0 shutout relief innings with one strikeout on 8/25 vs. Carolina…pitched 2.0 scoreless relief innings while striking out one on 9/3 vs. Myrtle Beach

Delmarva (South Atlantic/A/Baltimore): 1-1 with three saves and a 3.29 ERA for the Shorebirds in 11 games, all of them in relief…finished six games…27.1 innings pitched, allowing 27 hits, eight walks, and zero home runs…struck out 19…did not allow an earned run in seven of 11 relief appearances…pitched more than 1.0 inning in nine of 11 relief appearances…struck out three in 2.2 shutout relief innings on 4/7 vs. Asheville…earned first career save on 4/10 vs. Hickory, striking out two and allowing one unearned run in 3.0 innings…earned the save on 4/25 vs. Kannapolis, striking out four in 3.0 shutout innings…pitched 3.0 scoreless relief innings with one strikeout on 5/12 at Columbia

2017
Delmarva (South Atlantic/A/Baltimore): 3-9 with a 5.01 ERA for the Shorebirds in 26 games, 15 of them as a starting pitcher…finished three games…100.2 innings pitched, allowing 104 hits, 54 walks, and five home runs…struck out 73…pitched more than 1.0 inning in 10 of 11 relief appearances…started and took no-decision on 4/19 vs. Greensboro, allowing one earned run in 5.2 innings with six strikeouts…started and took no-decision on 4/30 vs. Charleston, allowing one earned run in 6.0 innings while striking out three…pitched 4.1 relief innings on 6/11 vs. Kannapolis, allowing one earned run and striking out five…pitched 2.2 shutout relief innings with one strikeout on 6/16 at Greensboro…struck out four in 3.1 shutout relief innings on 7/4 vs. Lakewood…started and took no-decision on 8/19 at Lakewood, striking out four over 6.0 shutout innings

2016
Aberdeen (New York-Penn/A-/Baltimore): 2-7 with a 3.53 ERA for the IronBirds in 13 games, all of them as a starting pitcher…66.1 innings pitched, allowing 67 hits, 19 walks, and five home runs…struck out 33…allowed three or fewer earned runs in 10 of 13 starts…walked two batters or less in 11 of 13 starts, and walked three batters or less in all of them…started and won on 6/18 at Hudson Valley, allowing one earned run in 5.2 innings while striking out two…started and took no-decision on 7/19 vs. Staten Island, allowing one earned run and striking out two in 5.0 innings…started and took no-decision on 8/3 vs. Tri-City, pitching 6.0 shutout innings with two strikeouts…started and took no-decision on 8/23 at Staten Island, striking out five over 7.0 shutout innings…started and won on 9/4 vs. Hudson Valley, allowing one unearned run and striking out two in 5.0 innings

2015
Aberdeen (New York-Penn/A-/Baltimore): 3-7 with a 4.95 ERA for the IronBirds in 14 games, all of them as a starting pitcher…63.2 innings pitched, allowing 74 hits, 15 walks, and one home runs…struck out 43…tied for second in the New York-Penn League in starts…allowed three or fewer earned runs in 10 of 14 starts…walked two batters or less in all 14 of his starts…started and took no-decision on 6/20 vs. Hudson Valley, allowing one earned run in 5.0 innings with five strikeouts…earned first career win during start on 7/6 at Mahoning Valley, allowing one earned run and striking out three in 6.0 innings…started and won on 8/9 at Hudson Valley, striking out two over 5.0 shutout innings…started and took no-decision on 9/5 at Hudson Valley, allowing two earned runs and striking out seven in 4.0 innings

2013
Orioles (Gulf Coast/R/Baltimore): Made two starts and one relief appearance for the Orioles’ Gulf Coast League affiliate…8.0 innings pitched, allowing one earned run, five hits, five walks, and one home run…struck out seven…made professional debut on 8/2 vs. the Rays’ Gulf Coast League affiliate, striking out two over 2.0 shutout innings during start while taking a no-decision…pitched 3.0 relief innings, allowing one unearned run and striking out three on 8/7 vs. the Twins’ Gulf Coast League affiliate

Rick Forney on Travis Seabrooke: He’s been in Florida attending school and getting himself in shape and still wants to play. We didn’t get the chance to see him last year because of the pandemic, but we’re glad he’s here and I’m anxious to see him pitch.