2010: Appeared in a career-high 15 games, pitching 20.0 total innings while compiling a 9.45 ERA out of the bullpen … Had a 1-2 record on the season, and also picked up his first career save … Struck out 22 batters in just 20 innings, and had a positive K/BB ratio at 22/15.
2009: Pitched in 14 games, throwing a total of 25 innings with a 4.32 ERA … Had a winning record overall, going 2-1 as the pitcher of record … Struck out 11 batters, while holding opposing hitters to a miniscule .204 batting average.
2008: Made one appearance, recording one out and giving up a home run.
Before Brown: Graduate of Regis High School in New York City ... Was named All-Bronx-Manhattan Division and New York Daily News 2nd Team All-New York City as a senior ... Went 7-2 as a pitcher and led Regis in postseason home runs, later winning the Coach's Award ... Was a member of the Archdiocese of New York Senior Classic Team ... Helped Regis to a second-place finish in the NYCHSAA his senior year and a third-place finish the year before ... Won Reverend William J. Egan, S.J., Award for overall excellence, leadership, and sportsmanship ... Also lettered in basketball for two years at Regis ... National Merit Commended Student ... General Excellence Award winner ... Won Rensselaer Medal for math and science.
Personal: Andrew Thomas Bakowski is the son of Christopher and Barbara Bakowski of Stamford, Connecticut ... Has a sister, Amanda ... Father, Chris, played football for Cornell ... Cousin, Chris Higgins, plays for the NHL's Montreal Canadiens.