Kalvin Alexander headshot

Kalvin Alexander




215 lbs








Lakeland, Fla.


Georgia Southwestern State




  • Played in 23 games in his sophomore season for the ‘Sox, starting 20 at catcher
  • Hit .177 with 12 runs, 14 RBI, three doubles, and three home runs
  • VBL All-Star
  • Set team’s all-time home run record with seventh career blast at Harrisonburg (June 9)
  • Doubled, scored a run, and walked twice at Front Royal (June 17)
  • Went 3-5 with a double, run, and three RBI at Covington (July 1)
  • Second home run of season, a 2-run shot, on July 3 against Waynesboro
  • First grand slam of Tom Sox career on July 18 at New Market


  • Played in 25 games, starting 16 between catcher and outfield late in the season
  • Tied the team single-season record with six home runs, all of which came in his final 11 games
  • Exploded on the scene at Strasburg, going 4-7 with a double, run, and RBI in a doubleheader on July 19
  • 3-9 with three runs, five RBI, and a pair of home runs in a doubleheader against Harrisonburg (July 21)
  • Third home run of the season in the following game at Woodstock (July 22)
  • Home runs in consecutive games at Waynesboro (July 24) and Covington (July 28), going 3-7 with four runs, three RBI, and four walks across the two games
  • Final home run of season in game two at Waynesboro, helping send the Tom Sox to the VBL Championship (July 30)



  • Appeared in all 53 games for the Hurricanes, totaling 201 at bats, 44 hits, a .219 average, and .328 OBP
  • Led the team with 10 home runs, including the game-winning grand slam against Barry Univeristy on April 2nd
  • 38 RBI’s
  • 12 multi-hit games including a three-hit game against North Georgia on April 22
  • 340 total chances. 314 putouts, and 22 assists for a .988 fielding percentage.

Transferred to Georgia Southwestern State following graduation from Florida Southwestern State in 2022.


  • Missed the season with injury


  • Strapped on the gear 31 times behind the plate for the Bucs in 2021, hitting .236 with a pair of home runs and 11 RBIs
  • A perfect 9-for-9 in stolen base attempts, making him 16-for-16 in his FSW career
  • Started the year with a bang, going 4-4 with a pair of doubles, a home run, and four RBIs in a win over ASA Miami


  • Played in 19 games as a freshman for the Bucs in their Covid shortened 2020 season
  • Hit .200 with a double, a home run, and 3 RBIs while also going a perfect 7-for-7 in stolen base opportunities
  • Picked up his first collegiate hit, a double, in a win over ASA Miami
  • Hit his first home run against Miami-Dade midseason
  • Went 3-3 in his return home to play against Polk State in the Bucs’ first Suncoast Conference series of the year
  • Suncoast Conference All-Academic Team


  • Earned four letters at McKeel Academy where he was a 1st Team All-County selection as a senior
  • Hit .409 with 3 home runs and 31 RBIs as a senior while also stealing 27 bases
  • A member of the McKeel Honor Roll and completed 250 hours of community service


  • Born September 8, 2000
  • Son of Valarie and Kevin Alexander
  • Has one sister, Olivia

Career Statistics

Tom Sox Claim Regular Season Championship in Wild & Wacky Wednesday Doubleheader

The Charlottesville Tom Sox closed out the regular season on the road with a two-game set against the Purcellville Cannons, taking Game 1 and the No. 1 seed in the Valley League Playoffs before dropping Game 2.

Cavalier Home Runs and Cash’s Dominant Outing Propel Tom Sox to 6-5 Win

The Front Royal Cardinals came to Charlottesville to face the Tom Sox, who were seeking to finish strong as the postseason approaches. The ‘Sox were able to prevail 6-5 in a back-and-forth decision, extending their win streak to three games.

Tom Sox Fall at Home to Express

After a dominant 8-1 victory on Friday night against New Market, the Charlottesville Tom Sox failed to make it two straight as they fell 6-2 against the Strasburg Express.

Tom Sox Host Lumberjacks on Bark in the Park Night

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (22-11) will face the Covington Lumberjacks (18-17) on Bark in the Park Night at CHO Airport Field. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page and Tom Sox TV. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

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March 23 – 7 PM – Elks Lodge