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Another PCC Baseball Alum Playing In Minors
Kevin Dultz, a member of the 2007 and 2008 Pasadena City College baseball teams, signed a free agent minor league contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks in late April. He is currently playing as a catcher for Arizona's Advanced Rookie League team, the Missoula Osprey (Montana).
Dultz joins another former Lancer Cameron Copping (pitcher, Seattle Mariners, playing for Arizona Rookie League Mariners) as undrafted free agents who signed professional contracts with MLB organizations this year.
Dultz, originally out of Pasadena High School, played briefly for PCC in 2007 before an injury forced him to redshirt. In 2008, Dultz was the Lancers' regular centerfielder as he batted .295 with a team-high 26 runs scored. He stole 13 bases and drove in 12 RBI.
After transferring to Glendale College in 2009, Dultz earned a scholarship to San Francisco State University and played there for two seasons. At SFSU, Dultz had his best collegiate season as a junior for the 2010 Gators. He batted .331 with a team-high seven home runs and 28 RBI as the team's regular catcher.
Dultz and Copping (2009-2010 Lancer) were coached at PCC by Evan O'Meara, the Lancers head baseball coach since 2005.
[Photo--A 2008 file action photo of PCC outfielder Kevin Dultz making a diving catch during a Lancers' game.]
Release Date: 07/25/12