Palomar Comets Baseball
RHP, FR, 6-0, 175;
Oceanside (Oceanside, CA), Class
DIVISION i COLLEGE:
Signed early with the University of Oklahoma
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 27, 1989, in
Sacramento, CA. ... Son of Dave Shore and Maria
Carrillo-Shore. Has one brother, Ben (17). ... Nephew of
Richard Shore, who played baseball and football at
Carried a 3.3 grade-point average at Oceanside High,
making the Honor Roll all four years. ... Majoring in
Communications at Palomar.
SEASON: Is 4-1 as of March 9 with a 2.51 earned
run average in six appearances and five starts, striking
out 30 and walking 10 in 32 1/3 innings. ... Has allowed
26 hits in 32 1/3 innings. ... Opponents are batting
only .213. ... Is 1-0 with a 2.89 ERA in Pacific Coast
Conference games. ... Beat Southern California No.
2-ranked Cypress 5-2 on the road in the Comets' season
opener. Allowed two runs on three hits in six innings,
striking out four and walking none. ... Defeated
Saddleback with five shutout innings in his second start
on Feb. 3. Stopped the Gauchos on two hits over five
innings, striking out five and walking none. ... Beat
Cerritos 11-1 on the road on Feb. 18, pitching six
shutout innings, allowing four hits, striking out 11 and
walking two. ... Gave up one earned run and three hits
over six innings to beat San Diego Mesa on Feb. 26 in
San Diego, advancing to 4-1 on the season.
SEASON: Earned a starter's role as a true
freshman and was an All-Pacific Coast Conference
honorable mention selection. ... Was 4-2 with a 3.31 ERA
appearing in 15 games and starting 10. . ... Struck out
65 batters and walked 24 in 65 1/3 innings. ... Was 2-2
with a 3.57 ERA over 40 1/3 innings in Pacific Coast
Conference games ... Pitched two innings
of shutout relief ball, striking out three, in the
Comets' season opener at Cypress on Jan. 26. ... Struck
out five in 3 2/3 innings of one-hit, scoreless relief
in an 8-4 win over Chaffey on Feb. 2 as he notched his
first community college pitching win. .... Gave up one
run on one hit, striking out four in three relief
innings vs. Mt. SAC on Feb. 8. ... Pitched 2/3 of
an inning of shutout ball vs. Mt. San Jacinto on Feb.
14. ... Struck out four batters in four innings, giving
up two runs, in a starting role against Mt. SAC on Feb.
15 but was not involved in the decision in a game the
Comets eventually won 9-4. ... Was the winner in his
first conference start on Feb. 28 at Grossmont, when he
surrendered two earned runs in five innings, striking
out seven and walking one. ... Allowed one earned run in
5 1/3 innings, striking out five, in a 7-4 victory over
San Diego City College on March 6. ... Started and
earned his third victory in a 10-4 win over San Joaquin
Delta on March 20 as he allowed two runs on five hits,
striking out six, in 5 2/3 innings. ... Came on in
relief on April 1 and pitched six innings of one-run,
four-hit ball against conference leader Southwestern.
... Gave up two runs on five hits in 5 2/3 innings on
April 8 to pick up his fourth win as the Comets won 6-2
over San Diego City College on he road. ... Pitched
seven innings of four-hit ball, allowing one earned run
while striking out seven and walking two, at San Diego
Mesa on April 15. Left the game with a 3-2 lead and
wasn't around at the end as the Olympians came back to
win 4-3. ... Pitched six innings of three-hit ball,
striking out seven, as the Comets were eliminated from
the Southern California Community College Regionals in
their third game, 6-5 in 10 innings, on May 10.
SCHOOL BASEBALL: Was the North County Times Player
of the Year, Avocado League Pitcher of the Year and
first-team All-CIF San Diego Section as a senior in
2007. ... Also was Oceanside High MVP, first-team
All-Avocado League, first-team on the San Diego Union
Tribune's All-Academic team and Oceanside's MVP. ...
Compiled an 11-1 win-loss record as a senior with a 2.03
ERA. Also hit .360 with two home runs. ... Pitched for
coach Dave Barret for the Pirates..
YOUTH BASEBALL: Was a member of the Oceanside American
Little League All-Star Team that played in the Little
League World Series at Williamsport, PA.
as of March 9, 2009)