#24 - Jason Braun
2012 Season
B
R
T
R
HT
6'5"
WT
200
BIRTHDATE
11/24/1986
LAST TEAM
Carolina (Southern League - AA)
RESIDES
Dallas, Oreg.
STATUS
Experienced
Jason Braun

The Schaumburg Boomers signed righty Jason Braun on May 1, 2012.

Braun, 25, is a big right-handed reliever with time in Double-A. The Dallas, Oregon native was drafted by the Reds in the 29th Round of the 2009 Draft. Braun opened his pro career with the Billings Mustangs of the Pioneer League in 2009, pitching in 18 games, finishing 10. The 6-5 hurler struck out 30 in 33.2 innings of work.

Promoted to Dayton for 2010, Braun struck out a career high 48 in 53 innings while appearing in 35 contests. The 2011 season featured stops up and down the Reds organization, including four appearances at Double-A with the Carolina Mudcats.

Braun, a four-year starter for the Warriors, was the ace of Corban University’s pitching staff in 2009, setting a single-season Earned Run Average (ERA) mark of 3.46. Earning all-conference honorable mention recognition, the 6’5” right-hander led the Warriors in six pitching categories: appearances (13), games started (11), shutouts (1), saves (2), innings pitched (78.0), and strikeouts (61).

Among the best to wear a Warrior uniform, Braun is ranked inside the Top 10 in Warrior history in eight categories, including shutouts (2 – tied for 2nd), inning pitched (276.2 –3rd), strikeouts (166 – 4th), appearances (60 –tied for 4th), games started (39 –7th), complete games (8 – tied for 7th), saves (2 – tied for 7th), and wins (7 – tied for 10th).

RHP JASON BRAUN - 2012 STATISTICS