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NO. 12

ROBERT

ANAYA

PITCHER

BATS: LEFT; THROWS: LEFT

5-10, 170, Age 21, Sophomore

San Marcos High School, San Marcos, Calif.

Hometown: San Marcos, Calif.

2003: Finished 5-0 with an ERA of 3.10 for 40 2/3 innings in Pacific Coast Conference play. ... Wound up 6-2 overall with a 4.18 ERA at the conclusion of the postseason. ... Started Palomar's Jan. 30 season opener against Los Angeles Pierce and gave up 2 runs in 5 innings, striking out 5 and walking 0, in a game the Comets eventually won, 4-2. ... Also started Feb. 8 against Cypress and Feb. 20 vs. Golden West. ... Recorded Palomar's first complete game and first complete-game shutout when he blanked defending Pacific Coast Conference champion Grossmont 9-0 on the road on March 11. Threw a 3-hitter against the Griffins, striking out 7 and walking 2. ... Threw a scoreless inning in relief in a 15-1 victory over Imperial Valley on March 18, then cazme right back March 21 to pitch the first 6 innings and record the victory in a 6-3 win over San Diego City College. ... Was the winning pitcher in 6-3 win over Southwestern on April 1, throwing the first 6 2/3 innings. ... Pitched the first 7 innings, giving up 2 earned runs, in victory over Grossmont on April 8. ... Started and pitched 6 shutout innings, giving up only 2 hits, and struck out 6 in an 8-3 win over Glendale on April 16. ... Pitched the first 7 innings of a 12-4 victory vs. San Diego Mesa on April 26, striking out 6. ... Pitched 2 innings of shutout relief in the Comets' 12-0 victory over San Diego City College in their regular-season finale on May 1. Postseason — Started Palomar's game against Santa Ana in the Southern California Regionals on May 10 and threw 6 1/3 innings of 5-h9t ball, giving up an unearned run in a game the Comets eventually lost 3-0.

2002: Won a starting job after being effective as a reliever all season and was 5-1 with a 4.08 ERA going into the postseason including a 4-0 shutout victory over Imperial Valley on April 11. ... He finished 6-1 with a 4.70 ERA, with 55 strikeouts in 68 1/3innings. ... His strikeout total led the team. ... Pitched a complete-game seven-hitter, giving up only two earned runs, to beat Mt. SAC 9-4 in the Palomar Easter Series tournament on March 26. ... Also started the Comets' game at Imperial Valley on March 9 and gave up one earned run in four innings and was the winner as a starter vs.San Diego Mesa on April 18. ... Finished the regular season with win a 5-3 win over Southwestern on May 2 when he gave up two earned runs in 5 1/3 innings. ... Also had shutout relief appearances against Cochise (Ariz.) on Feb. 1, Imperial Valley on Feb. 23, Southwestern on March 5, Grossmont over 3 2/3 innings on March 21 and Southwestern on April 8. ... Had had three other appearances in which he did not give up an earned run.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from San Marcos High School in 2000. ... Played for coach Eric Morton and received Best Defense, Pitcher of the Year and the Coaches awards for the Knights. ... Was recognized on the honor roll.

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 8, 1982 in San Diego. ... Son of Albert and Peggy Anaya. ... Has three adult sisters, Michelle Cardoza, Christina Anaya and Lorisa Rodriguez, and a grown brother, Michael Astorga. ... Lives in San Marcos.

(Note: Updated after Southern California Regionals. Player biographies are updated weekly during the season.)

 

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