Peter Strzelecki, a former Palm Beach State College baseball player, is currently a Milwaukee Brewers Major League Baseball player.
Strzelecki earned an Associate in Arts in 2015 after pitching for PBSC in the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
Pete was a great teammate and competitor, according to PBSC Head Baseball Coach Kyle Forbes. “We are extremely delighted and proud of his achievement and his advancement to the main leagues.”
Strzelecki, a right-handed pitcher who graduated from PBSC, played at the University of South Florida in 2017 and 2018 after leaving.
He was recalled from the Milwaukee Brewers’ triple-A club Nashville Sounds, a minor league squad, last month.
He had an overall record of seven wins, five losses, eight saves, an earned run average of 3.73, walks allowed per nine innings pitched, and hits allowed per nine innings pitched while in the minor leagues.
Strzelecki won the 2015 Southern Conference championship while playing for PBSC with his teammates. He went to Santaluces High School before enrolling at PBSC. Strzelecki may be followed on Twitter at @ PistolPete11.
Strzelecki is the second alum of PBSC this year to make it to the main leagues, following Nick Vespi. 15 former PBSC baseball players have reached the major leagues to this point. Visit www.pbscpanthers.com for additional details on PBSC baseball.
How Much Does Peter Strzelecki Make?
Peter Strzelecki earns an average of $700.000 a year. Strzelecki will earn a basic salary of $700.000 in 2022.