Tronolone Ready to Join Rams Baseball in 2012
Although the Rams are just beginning their 2011 season, they are already recruiting players for their 2012 season signing a player from Niagara in New York.
February 17, 2011
Bluefield, VA—Although the Rams are just beginning their 2011 season, they are already recruiting players for their 2012 season signing a player from Niagara in New York.
James Tronolone will be a Ram baseball player starting in the Fall.
James Tronolone is a left handed pitcher who currently plays at Niagara County Community College, a junior college that ended their fall season 10-6 and in second place in the Western New York Athletic Conference (WNYAC). The six foot tall pitcher plays under Head Coach Matt Clingersmith at the community college.
The Thunder Wolves finished last season with a 27-8 record, where the sophomore with two other players are commonly referred to as "The Big Three" as they have a combined ERA of less than 1.0 and combined for eight out of the ten wins during fall baseball.
Tronolone was 3-0 and pitched 35.1 innings with an ERA totaling 4.59. Tronolone's other season numbers included 22 runs, 18 earned runs, 26 hits, 42 strikeouts, and walked 22 batters.
"We are excited to have James join the Rams in the fall. He is someone we feel like will have an immediate impact on our pitching staff," said Bluefield College's head baseball coach Mike White.
Tronolone hails from Kenmore, New York and played high school baseball at Canisius High School in Buffalo, New York.