By Currier Times Staff//
CC8 documentary on David Griffin, produced by Daniel Coughlin
A Curry College baseball alum, David Griffin ’18, is heading to the farm system for the New York Mets, according to his current team, the Gary (Indiana) Rail Cats.
Griffin, a right-hand pitcher from Hanover, Mass., played a key role at Curry during his time on the team, helping the Colonels win the CCC tournament in 2015 and getting its first-ever NCAA tournament win.
The 24-year-old has also been successful in Gary, with the team saying he has played a “key role” in the first quarter of 2021.
Griffin’s contract was transferred to the Mets on June 15th, being the second Gary player to have his contract transferred to a Major League affiliate this season.
In a press release from the Rail Cats, they offered praise for the Curry product.
“With an overpowering four-seam, Griffin’s fastball is his bread and butter,” the statement read. “Paired with a dynamic slider that tails in and out of the zone, Griffin has proven his effectiveness by issuing the third most strikeouts in the American Association this season.”
Watch the CC8 documentary about David Griffin, produced by Curry COM alum, Dan Coughlin ’21, above.
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