More HBCU transfers to HBCUs for the win! University of Texas reliever Kamron Fields announced via Twitter that he will be transferring to HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities), Texas Southern University. Although Fields will have one more year of eligibility, his presence will be noted on and off the field. Fields graduated in the spring with a degree in corporate communications and will be pursuing his masters at Texas Southern while playing baseball, according to ESPN.
Heres some of his latest stats from Texas:
AS A JUNIOR (2020)
Made four relief appearances during shortened season, compiling a 5.40 ERA in five innings pitched…struck out five batters and walked two in five innings…tossed a scoreless inning against Cal State Fullerton in final appearance of the season…pitched two hitless innings with two strikeouts against Missouri on March 1…first appearance on the mound of the season was at Rice on Feb. 16.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2019)
A two-way player, as an outfielder and right-handed pitcher…made 20 relief appearances on the mound and played in 11 games offensively, with four starts…finished with a 4.26 ERA in 25.1 innings pitched…struck out 36 batters to only 16 walks…batted .143 with three runs scored and had two sacrifice bunts…pitched a scoreless inning of relief with two strikeouts against Incarnate Word on May 14…picked up his third save of the season in an 8-6 win at Baylor…during the win against Texas Tech on March 15 pitched three hitless innings and struck out five to record the save…first save of the season came against LSU on March 1…came on in relief and pitched three hitless innings with three strikeouts against Purdue on Feb. 24… first hit of the season was on Feb. 17, in a start in left field at Louisiana…first appearance on the mound this season was at Louisiana on Feb. 15.