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Frank Menendez

HEIGHT

6’1″

WEIGHT

225 lbs

POSITION

LHP

B/T

L/L

CLASS

So.

HOMETOWN

Miami, Fla.

SCHOOL

Florida

**Bio information via Florida athletics


DORAL ACADEMY CHARTER HS:

  • Three-time letterwinner under head coach Ralph Suarez at Doral Academy
  • Posted a 12-4 career record backed by a 1.84 ERA and .138 opposing batting average across 33 appearances
  • Struck out 158 batters in 99 innings for a 14.4 K/9
  • As a senior, went 5-2 with a 1.94 ERA and 55 strikeouts over 36 frames
  • Pitched to a sub-2.00 ERA in each of his three varsity seasons
  • Two-time Perfect Game Preseason First Team All-Region (2022-23)
  • Two-time PG Preseason Honorable Mention All-Region (2020-21)
  • Also competed for Canes National and the New York Mets Scout Team
  • Named to four all-tournament teams at PG events from 2019-22
  • 2022 PG Gulf Coast HS Showdown Most Valuable Pitcher
  • 2021 PG Junior National Showcase Top Prospect Team
  • Ranked by PG as the No. 24 player overall and No. 4 left-handed pitcher in Florida while holding status as the No. 181 recruit and No. 26 left-hander in the country

 
PERSONAL:

  • Leslie and Franklin Menendez
  • Has two brothers, Christian and Christopher, and one sister, Jackie
  • Majoring in nursing at the University of Florida
  • Hobbies include playing Fortnite
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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 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. 

‘Sox Drop Marathon Game in Staunton

On a humid evening at John Moxie Memorial Stadium, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (20-8) dropped a slugfest against the Staunton Braves (12-14) by a score of 11-10 in 11 innings. Despite multiple rallies throughout the contest, the ‘Sox fell just short in a four-and-a-half-hour affair – the longest contest by time in team history (4:35).

Lumberjacks Rally to Defeat ‘Sox in Extra Innings

In what marked the fifth meeting between the two ball clubs this summer, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (18-7) and Covington Lumberjacks (10-14) squared off in a midweek clash on Wednesday evening. A late-game rally by the Lumberjacks forced extra innings where they secured a 7-6 victory in the 10th.

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