RHP Shane Carle becomes the 47th Long Beach State product to make a Major League Baseball roster.
Senior Juan Avila and juniors Jeff McNeil and Jon Maciel all tabbed on Saturday.
The junior pitcher was selected by Pittsburgh in the 10th round.
Carle becomes the second Long Beach State pitcher honored this season.
Shane Carle recorded the longest start of the season for an LBSU pitcher in a complete game.
Cabrillo CC: A two-year starter at Cabrillo College in Aptos, Calif. ... A first-team All-Coast Conference selection last season, going 5-4 with 52 strikeouts and 14 walks ... Posted a 3.21 ERA over 73.0 innings ... As a freshman earned a Junior College All-Star Selection ... Went 5-2 with with a 1.65 ERA over 43.2 innings pitched ... Struck out 31 while leading Cabrillo to a 23-13 record.
Scotts Valley High School: A three-year letterwinner with the Falcons ... SCCAL Co-MVP and All-Santa Cruz County Player of the Year as a senior ... Went 5-2 with a.68 ERA ... As a junior led the Falcons to a 23-5 record ... Team finished 15-12 as a sophomore.
Personal: Born in Santa Cruz, Calif. ... Parents are Kevin and April Carle ... Also recruited by Hawaii, Cal, Oregon, LMU, and Cal Poly ... Majoring in accounting.
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