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Chris Kissock #15
Lewis-Clark State Warriors

2006 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster • Stats • Results • Pro/College • Pressbox • Pics
100th Anniversary Midnight Sun Game

 

School Lewis-Clark
06 Class Sophomore
H/W  B/T 6-4 / 183   R / R
DOB 5/2/85
Home Fruitvale, BC, Canada

Chris Kissock at 2006 MSG

2006: PannerBlog • Schedule • Statistics • Personnel • Roster - Ed Cheff, Elliott Strankman, Gus Knickrehm | Dixon Allen, Brian Bird, Jovanny Bramasco, Geoff Byrns, Tyler Cheney, Chu Yuan-Chin, Joey Dunn, Chris Kissock, Lan Shao-Bai, Mike Lissman, Mai Chia-Yi, Jordan Mayer, Jessie Mier, Beau Mills, Will Morgan, Joe Persichina, Matt Rasmussen, Brad Schwarzenbach, Matt Stevens, Mark Thompson, Wu Cheng-Hsien | 2006 Team Baseball Card Set | All-Time Roster • All-Time Lineups

 

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PRESSBOX

  • 7/10/6: Panner bats too much for Fire "It’s nice seeing our team come together like it is,” said Panners designated hitter Beau Mills, who drove in two of the Panners runs. “It’s nice, you know, going through a little struggle and seeing the team come together and gel together.”
  • 7/7/6:   Summer Love : For One Long, Sunny Night Every Year, Fairbanks, Alaska is the Baseball Capital of America "The Goldpanners have been the hosts of the game (first played in 1906) since 1960, and Chu soon learned he wasn't just adjusting to America--he was adjusting to Alaska. But when Goldpanners starter Chris Kissock threw his first pitch against Beatrice (Neb.) at Growden Memorial Park, it was 10:27 p.m. and sunny, with the temperature in the 50s. By the seventh-inning stretch, it was 11:43 and still sunny.
  • 6/22/6: 2006: Panners work extra for Sun win - "Chu’s third hit–the Panners had just seven in all–made a winner out of starting pitcher Chris Kissock, who went the distance, a rarity beyond nine innings. Kissock gave up only four hits on 103 pitches and didn’t allow a hit after a leadoff single in the fifth inning. Kissock outdueled tough-luck losing pitcher Ryan Sheldon, who was lifted with one out in the 10th.
  • 6/21/6: PANNERS WIN THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY MIDNIGHT SUN GAME (2-1 in 10th Innings) Chu Yuan Chin Single - Game Winning RBI “I knew I wasn’t going back out (for an 11th inning) so I was hoping we could bring around a run,” said Kissock. “Chu saw the pitch real well and just drove it over the second baseman’s head … It was a great experience. The fans here are amazing. I’m definitely gonna remember this.”

2006 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster • Stats • Results • Pro/College • Pressbox • Pics
100th Anniversary Midnight Sun Game

Pitching Statistics

YEARERAWLAPPSVIPHRERBBSO
2006 1.41 42 8 1 51.0 29 10 8 11 37