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John Woods

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NO. 29

TRAVIS

GOSET

PITCHER

BATS: LEFT; THROWS: LEFT

6-3, 182, Age 20, Sophomore

Temecula Valley H.S., Temecula, Calif.

Hometown: Temecula, Calif.

TRANSFERRED IN AUGUST TO THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS

2004 SEASON: Was selected to play in the California Community College Fall All-Star Classic. ... Finished with a 3.98 earned run average overall and a 3.66 ERA in the Pacific Coast Conference while pitching 31 2/3 innings prior to moving on to the University of Kansas. At KU, Goset will become the latest in a long line of former Comets to play for coach Ritch Price either at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and, more recently, Kansas. ... Sixteen of the 25 runs Goset gave up came in just three innings, and following a season-opening loss to then State-ranked Cerritos he compiled a 2.15 ERA. ... Picked off 7 runners to lead the team. ... Was the Comets' opening-game starter. ... Started and pitched 6 innings of 3-hit ball in a 2-1 win over Mt. San Jacinto on Feb. 12, recording first-pitch strikes against 20 of the 23 batters he faced. Left the game after 6 innings with the score tied 1-1. ... Pitched 2 innings in relief Feb. 24 vs. Orange Coast, striking out 2 and walking 0. ... Was the starter and winner March 9 in a 10-1 win over San Diego Mesa, pitching 6 innings and surrendering only 3 hits and an unearned run. Helped his own cause by picking off 3 runners in the game. ... Teamed with 4 other pitchers to beat Orange Coast 4-3 on April 6. ... Came on with 1 out in the seventh inning May 1 vs. Grossmont and pitched shutout ball over the last 2 2/3 innings as the Comets won 7-1 to take over second place. Struck out 3, including the first batter he faced in the game, PCC hitting leader Anthony Stabile.

2003: Finished with a 2.70 earned-run average over 20 innings for his freshman season, No. 2 on the team and best among pitchers with at least 10 innings pitched. ... His breakout community college game came when he started and pitched 8 1/3 strong innings vs. Santa Ana in the Southern California Regional D championship game. ... Appeared in 10 games during the regular season, all in relief, with a 2.31 ERA to lead the team. Had 9 strikeouts in 11 2/3 regular-season innings. Finished with an ERA of 0.00 for 3 2/3 innings in Pacific Coast Conference play. ... Pitched 1 1/3 innings of no-hit, shutout relief vs. Los Angeles Pierce on Jan. 31, striking out 2 and walking 0. ... Threw 2/3 of an inning of hitless, shutout relief against Long Beach City College on Feb. 8. ... Threw 2 innings without giving up an earned run against eventual State Champion Cypress, also on Feb. 8. ... Came on to retire the only batter he faced vs. Southwestern in the Comets' conference opener on Feb. 22. ... Came in to pick off a runner to halt a San Diego City College rally in the eighth inning March 29. ... Came on to pitch the eighth inning in a 10-3 victory over Glendale on April 16, striking out the side. Postseason — Nearly pitched the Comets to a victory over Santa Ana in the Regional championship game on May 12, retiring the first 11 batters he faced and taking a 4-2 lead into the ninth inning in his first community college start. Left the game with a 4-3 lead with 1 out in the ninth in a game Palomar eventually lost.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was 8-2 over two varsity seasons at Temecula Valley High School. ... Had a 7-2 record as a senior with an ERA of 2.52. ... Threw a perfect game against Elsinore on April 26, 2002. ... Was a second-team All-Southwest League selection and made the Riverside County All-Star team.

CLICK HERE to read newspaper article of Goset's 2002 perfect game

TRAVEL / WOOD BAT TEAMS: Was 3-2 with 38 strikeouts in 32 1/3 innings for the San Diego Barona Stars, the champion of the Western Wood Bat League Southern Division, helping pitch the Stars to the 2004 National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan. ... Struck out 11 and walked two in eight innings as he beat the Southern California Saints on July 2 in the opening game of the Western Qualifier for the NBC World Series. ... Pitched for the Murrieta Reds, who won the 2001 18U National AAU Classic Championship at Chandler, Ariz.

PERSONAL: Born March 30, 1984 in San Diego. ... Son of Bridget and Bill Goset. ... Has one brother, Kellen (22), and one sister, Kendra (24). ... Relatives include five current and former Major League players — Ray Boone (Indians, Tigers, White Sox, Brewers and Red Sox), Bob Boone (Phillies, Angels and Royals; also formerly manager of the Cincinnati Reds), Bret Boone (Mariners, Reds, Braves and Padres), Aaron Boone (Reds and Yankees) and Steve Garvey (Dodgers and Padres). ... Related to the Boones on his father's side and to Garvey on his mother's side. ... Mother's maiden name was Bridget Garvey.

(Note: Updated Aug. 12, 2004. Player biographies are updated weekly during the season.)

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