Bristol Blues




#21 Michael Genaro, LHP


Position: LHP
Date of Birth: 04/18/1997
Height: 6' 0"   Weight: 195 lbs
College Experience: Babson
Bats: R
Throws: L
Hometown: Greenwich, CT

2017: As a sophomore, made nine starts going 6-2 with a 2.90 ERA and 38 strikeouts in 68.1 innings pitched…tossed four complete games and one shutout, and ranked seventh in Division III in walks per nine innings (0.66) and 18th in strikeout-to-walk ratio (7.60)…struck out six over six innings to earn his first win of the year in a 6-2 victory against Bowdoin on March 18…carried a no-hitter into the ninth inning and settled for a one-hit shutout in an 8-0 triumph over Coast Guard on April 5…gave up three runs and fanned three in a complete-game effort to lift the Green and White to an 8-3 victory at MIT on April 15…allowed four earned runs over 7.0 innings to earn his second consecutive win in a 7-5 triumph at Springfield on April 23…recorded a career-high seven strikeouts and gave up just two runs in his third complete game of the season to help Babson sweep Wheaton with a 10-2 win in game two of the NEWMAC Tournament semifinals…fanned four and allowed three runs in 6.2 innings to record his fourth straight win as the Beavers downed MIT 14-8 to sweep the NEWMAC Tournament championship series on May 7…suffered just his second loss of the year despite allowing just three earned runs in a complete-game effort against UMass Boston in a winners’ bracket game of the NCAA Tournament Harwich Regional on May 19. 2016: As a first-year, made eight appearances, including five starts, going 3-2 with a 2.97 ERA in 39.1 innings...struck out 23 while walking just two batters and held opposing hitters to a .228 average...struck out two in an inning of relief in his collegiate debut, a 6-4 loss to Concordia (Ill.) on March 12...struck out four and allowed just four hits over 7.0 innings to earn the victory in his first collegiate start, a 10-0 win over Gallaudet...tossed three innings of perfect relief while striking out four to earn the win as Babson rallied past Coast Guard, 4-2, on March 29...tossed his first career complete game allowing three runs on seven hits and fanning three in a 3-1 loss at Wheaton on April 9...struck out three and gave up just one hit and one walk over seven innings in a 13-0 victory over Emerson on April 22...earned a no decision after giving up three earned runs in 4.2 innings as the Beavers defeated MIT, 16-13, in game three of a NEWMAC Tournament semifinal series on May 1.
2019 Roster »
28 Arjun Thakar RHP
16 Ben DeLaubell RHP
23 Cam Van Hoorebeke LHP
3 Christian Seelhorst RHP
30 Dominic Niman LHP
22 Jack Moore RHP
36 James Judenis RHP
37 James Salemme RHP
29 Ken Turner RHP
19 Mark Faello RHP
21 Matt Shane LHP
11 Ryan Lauk RHP
31 Spencer Fox RHP
13 Tim Pfaffenbichler RHP
24 Tommy Hughes RHP
27 Wesley Lahey RHP
8 Will Nowak RHP
32 Jordan Laske C
14 Sam Loda C
6 Will Reiner C
5 Anthony D'Onofrio IF
17 Brogan Searle-Belanger IF
39 Colin Kelly IF
10 Danny Roth IF
12 Dylan Reynolds 1B
34 Kasey Bass IF
1 Kyle Maves IF
18 Zeke Diamond IF
7 Austin White OF
15 Brandon Miller OF
2 Christian Beal OF
54 Griffin Schneider OF
25 John Orzechowski OF
9 JT Mounce OF
4 Nolan Cloutier OF

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