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Cale Stricklin

HEIGHT

5’11”

WEIGHT

195 lbs

POSITION

C

B/T

R/R

CLASS

So.

HOMETOWN

Watkinsville, Ga.

SCHOOL

Auburn

Cale Stricklin Pronunciation

**Bio information via Auburn athletics

HIGH SCHOOL

  • Attended North Oconee High School (GA)
  • rated by Perfect Game as a top-300 player in the class, including the No. 35 overall player and No. 1 catcher in Georgia
  • 2023 Region 8-AAAA Player of the Year and First Team All-State
  • hit .474 as a senior
  • hit .647 with eight RBI while also striking out six in 5.2 innings in the 2023 playoffs
  • recorded the final nine outs on the mound in the state championship game
  • two-time state champion (2022-23)

PERSONAL

  • Son of Cheri and Scott Stricklin
  • has two siblings, Sydney and Keaton
  • his dad has been a head baseball coach at Georgia (2014-23) and Kent State (2005-13) and an assistant coach at Georgia Tech (2002-04) and Vanderbilt (2000-01)
  • born in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 14, 2005
Season:

Career Statistics

Tom Sox Fall to Cavaliers in Ninth Inning

A beautiful sunset backdrop painted the picture at Culpeper High School for a meeting between the Charlottesville Tom Sox (24-10) and the Culpeper Cavaliers (17-18). In an offensive shootout with five total lead changes, the Tom Sox fell in walk-off fashion to the Cavaliers, 6-5.

Tom Sox Navigate Thunderstorms to Earn Pair of Wins

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (24-9) and Waynesboro Generals (13-22) battled the elements to get a doubleheader underway on Wednesday evening at Charlottesville High School. After a two-hour rain and lightning delay pushed the first matchup back to 7:05 p.m., the ‘Sox slugged their way to an 11-1 victory.

‘Sox Slug Past Staunton on Scorching Sunday

On a blazing Sunday afternoon at Charlottesville High School, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (22-9) topped the Staunton Braves (13-19), 10-4, on ‘Western Day’ at the ballpark. After the Braves struck early, Colby Wallace (East Carolina) powered the ‘Sox offense with three RBI as Charlottesville caught fire and earned another home victory.

Tom Sox Extend Division Lead with Road Win over Turks

Ryan Wynn set a Tom Sox record with two triples as the Charlottesville Tom Sox (21-9) defeated the Harrisonburg Turks (18-10) by a 9-3 score at Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday. Wynn drove in four of Charlottesville’s nine runs as they extended their South division lead back to two games. 

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March 23 – 7 PM – Elks Lodge