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Kyle Aselton
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Full Name Kyle Nicholas Aselton
Out of Lower Columbia
H/W  B/T 6-5 / 215 • L / R
Hometown Chehalis, WA
Prep W.F. West
Birthday February 28, 1983
2001 Draft 29th Rd.,  879th Overall (SEA)
2004 Draft 11th Rd., 331st Overall (MIN)

Sept. 7, 2005 -- Former Beloit closer Kyle Aselton turned in his best start of the year for the Snappers, striking out a career-high 10 batters as he took a no-hitter into the eighth on the way to a 5-0 win over Wisconsin in Game 1 of the first-round Midwest League Western Division Playoffs.

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BELOIT PITCHER OF THE WEEK
By: Brad Weiss

Date: Oct 18, 2005

Kyle Aselton is the 2005 Beloit Snappers Pitcher of the Year, after becoming the ace of the Snappers’ pitching staff this past season. He was relatively unknown to anybody outside the organization coming into the year, and by year’s end, put himself on the map. He should be a member of the Fort Myers pitching staff in 2006.

Kyle Aselton is the 2005 Beloit Snappers Pitcher of the Year, after becoming the ace of the Snappers’ pitching staff this past season. He was relatively unknown to anybody outside the organization coming into the year, and by year’s end, put himself on the map. He should be a member of the Fort Myers pitching staff in 2006.

Aselton spent the entire season with Beloit, working from both the rotation and the bullpen. He proved to be valuable in every situation he appeared in, and judging by his 41 appearances, was called on quite a bit in 2005. He began the year as just a reliever, but after promotions for most of the Snappers pitching staff, was thrown into action as a starter.

Aselton made 31 appearances out of the pen before moving into the rotation, and posted a 3.20 ERA. He won two games, lost one, and also saved two. He struck out 55 batters in his 56.1 relief innings, holding opponents to a .228 average. However, it wasn’t until he moved into the rotation, that he began to make a name for himself.

He made ten starts at the end of the year, his first coming on August 5 against Western Michigan. He picked up the loss that day, his only loss as a starter, but the Snappers saw enough in that outing to begin sending him to the hill every fifth day.

He went 4-1 as a starter, and had his best month of the year in August. During that month, Aselton went 3-1 in his five starts, and posted a 1.84 ERA. He held batters to a .165 average, and struck out 32 batters in his 29.1 innings of work. He ended the year as the club’s leader in innings pitched and strikeouts.

In his final outing of the season, Aselton went 6.2 scoreless innings, striking out five batters in a winning effort. It is still unclear if he will be either a starter or a reliever in 2006, but one Twins’ scout told TwinCitiesDugout.com that he will be used in both areas until they figure out where he fits best.

When all was said and done, Kyle ended the year with a 6-2 record, posting a 2.49 ERA, and striking out 113 batters in 112 innings of work. It was his ability to succeed in any situation that makes him our Pitcher of the Year, and he should continue to see his stock rise in 2006. As a 6'5'’ lefty, he should be given every opportunity to succeed within the organization.


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Pitching Stats

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Professional Statistics

Batting Stats

YEAR CLUBERAWLSVIPHRERBBSO
2004 ELIZ 4.54 1 4 1 37.2 30 21 19 19 39
2005 BEL 2.49 6 2 2 112 80 38 31 61 113
2006 FMM 3.79 9 5 0 97.1 89 45 41 54 90
2007 FMM 3.79 0 3 0 71.1 59 37 30 49 81

 

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