Panama City, FL--The Gulf Coast baseball program is adding what it hopes will be another quality arm to next season's roster.
GC head coach Mike Kandler Thursday confirmed to us Mosley alum David Trexler has made the decision to leave Florida State, come back home and pitch a season for the Commodores.
David pitched at FSU last season as a redshirt freshman, leaving him a year of juco eligibility. He pitched in just ten games, made four starts, tossing a total of 15 innings. He gave up 19 hits, 13 runs, had an ERA of 7.8. He did average better than a strikeout per inning.
Along with Trexler, Gulf Coast adding Christo Jones and Dakota Spikes from Rutherford, Bay's Kevin Husum. Kandler saying he always strives to recruit local talent, but this group not just local, they are quality athletes and he's thrilled to have them. They'll help to make up for the hurt of losing freshmen Terrance Gore and Deandre Toney who both signed with the Royals.