|Hometown:||Yorba Linda, Calif.|
|High School:||Servite HS|
|Previous College:||Golden West College|
Kyle Brown pitched in 21 games, tied for second most on the team...Finished with an undefeated 3-0 record...led the staff with a 2.95 ERA...Anchored the bullpen with 21.1 solid innings of relief...Faced 80 batters without allowing a single home run or throwing a wild pitch...Struck out 17 batters and walked 11...Surrendered only three extra base hits all year...Recorded one save...
Appeared in 24 games out of the bullpen with two starts...Went 2-2 on the year with a 5.93 ERA...Second on the team in appearances with 24...Allowed 20 earned runs in 30.1 innings pitched...Sported a 20-12 strikeout to walk ratio...Fielded his position perfectly in seven chances...Struck out a season-high four batters on May 26 against Cal Poly....Struck out three in only two innings of work on April 17 against Westmont.
Golden West College
Played for Bert Villareal in the Orange Empire League...Finished 1-6 with an ERA of 4.16 in fourteen appearances (nine starts) and 62.2 innings pitched in 2006...Punched out 47 hitters as a sophomore...Toted a record of 0-1 in nine appearances and one start in 2005...Tossed a total of 15.1 innings and ended his freshman campaign with a 9.39 ERA and 17 strikeouts.
Spent the 2005 and 2006 summers playing for the Rockville Express...Finished the 2006 season with a 2.15 ERA in eight appearances and six starts...Tallied 19 strikeouts en route to a 1-0 record in 37.2 innings pitched...Also picked up one save on the season...Finished the 2005 campaign with a 1.86 ERA.
Prepped at Servite High School under the guidance of Todd Cook...Selected Second Team All-Serra League after his senior year...Retired 17 straight as a senior at Servite.
Born January 2, 1986 in Fullerton, Calif...Majoring in anthropology...Has a career goal of becoming a marine biologist...If he was not on the baseball field, he would be in the ocean...Favorite sports teams are the Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland Athletics...Favorite athletes are Sandy Koufax and Whitey Ford...Most memorable sports moment was hitting three homeruns in Little League...Enjoys watching "We Own the Night"...Watches "Flavor of Love" weekly...Subscribes to "Maxim" and "FHM"...Would choose Val Kilmer to play him in a Hollywood movie about his life...Favorite book is "Tuesdays with Morrie"...Enjoys the lifestyle most about Santa Barbara...Lists Ryan Kalil as the best player he has ever faced in any sport...If he could invite three celebrities to dinner, they would be Jessica Alba, Sandy Koufax, and Arnold Schwarzenegger...Best advice received about baseball was "Keep it under your cap."...Has a brother, Chris...Son of Curt and Jackie Brown.