20 Adam Sanabria
20 Adam Sanabria
Height: 6-1
Weight: 200
Year: Senior
Hometown: Longwood, Fla.
High School: Lake Mary
Previous College: Univ. of Florida
Position: LHP
College: TR

As a Senior in 2005: Appeared in 23 games on the season, started in seven of those games ... went 2-2 on the season ... struck out four in four-and-one-third innings in his first start of the season at Stanford on April 5 ... got his first win as a Bronco in his third start on April 23 at St. Mary's, allowing only three runs in seven innings ... earned his second win at the final game played at Buck Shaw Stadium on April 29, striking out six and allowing only one run in six innings against Gonzaga

While at the University of Florida: Played two seasons for coach Pat MacMahon at the University of Florida... posted a 2-2 record with a 5.51 ERA over his two years in Gainesville... recorded one save and 49 strikeouts in 63.2 innings...made 32 appearances and five starts... appeared in NCAA regional games in both 2003 and 2004... was named SEC Player of the Week on March 3, 2003.

While at Tallahassee C.C.: Played one season for coach Mike McLeod at Tallahassee Community College... finished 6-1 with a 2.34 ERA, two saves and 67 strikeouts in 61 innings...make 15 appearances and four starts.

High School Information: A 2001 graduate of Lake Mary High School in Lake Mary, Fla... played under coaches Allan Tuttle and Ed Nuss... named to All-State, All-Country and All-Conference teams as a senior... earned Seminole County Player of the Year honors... Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-Star... led team to state playoffs in 2001... team Most Valuable Player as a senior... finished senior season with a 11-3 record, 2,10 ERA and 115 strikeouts in 93 innings of work... selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 32nd round of the 2001 MLB Draft.

Personal Data: Born August 8, 1983 in Hoboken, N.J... parents are Israel Sanabria and Wanda Sanabria-Burgos...has a sister, Adrianne...enjoys yoga and music...majoring in history...hopes to play professional baseball.