Left-Handed Pitcher
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 174
Year: Sophomore
City/State: Mountain View, Calif.
High School: Mountain View
Other College: Arizona State
Experience: Transfer


2008: Joe Hatasaki (pronounced HOT-ah-sock-ee) is a left-hander who worked in both short and long relief out of the bullpen, going 1-0 wth a 8.00 ERA in eight outings after transferring from Arizona State Surrendered a two-run homer in an inning of work at No. 12 Missouri on May 18 Tossed a shutout inning of relief at No. 12 Missouri on May 17, his first action in over a month Allowed a pair of runs on two hits in an inning of work at No. 21 Oklahoma State on April 12 Came out of the bullpen to throw a shutout frame against Northern Colorado on March 25 Made one appearance against Kansas State, allowing one run in the ninth inning of NU’s 11-4 victory on March 15 Worked a shutout inning of relief against Northern Colorado on March 8 Picked up the win against Nebraska-Kearney on March 4, as he fired a shutout inning of relief against the Lopers Struggled in his first outing, allowing four runs on four hits over 2.0 innings at Stanford in the season opener on Feb. 22 Spent the summer playing for the San Luis Obispo Blues for Coach Chal Fanning, helping the squad post a 42-20 record Went 4-4 in 10 appearances, as he led the team in starts (10) and innings pitched (50.1) and ranked second in strikeouts (55) and third in wins (four).

Arizona State: Spent his freshman year at Arizona State, as the Sun Devils went 49-15 en route to a College World Series appearance Made four appearances and did not record a decision Made his only start against UAB on Feb. 25, allowing one run on two hits in 2.2 innings as the Sun Devils won 12-5.

Mountain View High School: Pitched four seasons at Mountain View High School, compiling a 22-5 record, as he earned all-league and All-CCS accolades each year Chosen to play in the 2006 PlayStation All-American Baseball game Rated among the top-100 prospects in the country by Team One Baseball as a senior Tossed a one-hitter in his best outing, earning CalHi Sports Player-of-the-Week honors Underwent Tommy John surgery in October of 2004, keeping him off the mound that season, but earned first-team SCVAL honors as a designated hitter Enjoyed his best year as a sophomore, going 10-1 with three saves and a 1.18 ERA while striking out 104 and walking 15 Named the San Jose Mercury News Sophomore of the Year, League MVP and Mountain View Outstanding Pitcher in 2004 Rated among Baseball America’s Top 50 Prospects as a sophomore.

Personal: Born on Dec. 22, 1987, in St. Joseph, Mo. Parents are Grant and Donna Hatasaki Has one sister (Allison) Has not declared a major.

                                  Hatasaki, Joe
Year       ERA   W-L   App  GS  CG SHO/CBO  SV    IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO
2008....  8.00   1-0     8   0   0   0/1     0   9.0   12    8    8    6    1
TOTAL...  8.00   1-0     8   0   0   0/1     0   9.0   12    8    8    6    1
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