Updated: January 25, 2015
2014: Appeared in eight games all out of the bullpen … Had a 3.86 ERA in a total of 4.2 innings with four strikeouts … Opponents hit just .235 against him … Threw at least 1.0 innings in two relief outings and did not allow an earned run in either of them … Struck out at least two batters once … Pitched one full scoreless inning, and tossed 2.0 consecutive, while retiring a season-high four straight batters.
2012 – 2013 (at Butte College): Compiled an overall 4-2 mark for the Roadrunners in 25 games and earned six saves … Posted a 3.64 ERA in 71.2 innings with 56 strikeouts … Was named the 2013 Golden Valley Conference Reliever of the Year after a 4-2 record with six saves in 17 games, 59.1 innings pitched, 44 strikeouts and a 2.58 ERA … In 2012, appeared in eight games for a total of 12.1 innings and struck out 12 … His career highs at Butte included a 9.0-inning, six strikeout effort on March 16, 2013 against Shasta – a game the Roadrunners won in 13 frames, 2-1 … Struck out at least three batters in nine games.
High School: Earned a pair of varsity letters while playing for Coach Bob Ralston at Clayton Valley … Was a first team all-league performer at first base in both 2010 and 2011 … Was the Diablo Valley Athletic League batting champion in 2010.
Personal: Jeffrey Anthony Doran … Born June 15, 1993 in Long Beach, California … Son of John and Diane Doran … Has a younger sister, Emily … Majoring in communications studies with a minor in sociology.