It was a good day Tuesday for the Buffalo Bulls and RHP Logan Harasta after this season was short on them for the Bulls baseball squad. Harasta was drafted in the 7th round, 216th overall, by the San Francisco Giants. It’s not a surprise, given Harasta’s intangibles, physical attributes (6’6” 235lb.), and fastball.
Harasta’s Bulls career saw him make 61 appearances and 122.1 IP. His senior season, statistically at least, was his most successful. In a relief role, he picked up 6 saves and had an eye-popping 12.98 K/9 ratio. If you’re not a baseball fan, that’s solid. Quite solid, in fact.
It’s a final feel good story for Buffalo baseball with a MLB draft selection after their final season in competition. The University announced earlier this year that baseball would not be fielded at the school at the conclusion of the current campaign.
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