The Pittsburgh Pirates selected Beau Sulser in the 10th round of the MLB Draft. He was named the Ivy League Pitcher of the Year for his efforts.
Beau Sulser was named to the ABCA All-Northeast Region First Team, the All-Ivy League First Team, and the All-New England First Team.
Beau Sulser had the second-best WHIP (0.80), third-best ERA (1.40), strikeout-to-walk ratio (10.40), and seventh-best walks issued per nine innings in the country (1.0)
Sulzer Beau had five more innings under his belt, he would have had a 2.82 ERA, good for fifth in the league. With four wins, he tied for first place in Big Green.
Beau Sulser made his first start in two years, pitching two innings of two-run ball for top-ranked Florida.
In his second start, he got the win, keeping Bucknell to one run over three innings as Dartmouth rallied for two runs in the ninth inning to defeat the Bison, 6-4.
Beau Sulser’s first start was at Stetson, where he struck out five batters over five innings while allowing one run on six hits in a 2-1 victory.
In the home opener against Quinnipiac, he allowed just one unearned run in 2.2 innings of bullpen work.
Does Beau Sulser Have Any Kids?
There is currently no information about Beau Sulser kids. He has kept his personal life private for some reasons known to him.