BOCA RATON, Fla. — Florida Atlantic’s Caleb Pendleton hit grand slams in his first two collegiate plate appearances Saturday night time, each in the identical inning.
Enjoying in his first sport, the freshman linked with the bases loaded twice throughout a 12-run second inning towards Central Florida in an eventual 20-15 victory.
“The second, it did not actually really feel actual working round first base,” Pendleton stated.
“Nothing I may ever dream of,” he added. “That is undoubtedly greater than I ever thought would occur making ready for in the present day. I by no means thought I would be going up for my third at-bat with two grand slams already. That was fairly cool.”
No he did not. HE DID.
Caleb Pendleton has hit his SECOND GRAND SLAM IN THIS INNING. In his first two collegiate at-bats!!! pic.twitter.com/Nk9zQKwJcP
— FAU Baseball (@FAUBaseball) February 21, 2021
The correct-handed hitter crushed the second slam to left-center, clearing a row of palm bushes behind the outfield fence.
Pendleton hit two fly outs and struck out in his ultimate three at-bats.
He stated he was visibly nervous earlier than the primary pitch, and teammates razzed him after the primary slam about his jitters.
His feat was headline information by the tip of the sport, and he stated he anticipated his cellphone going “loopy” within the clubhouse. He did not get to verify earlier than talking with reporters.
“I am going to have to put in mattress tonight and have a look at all of the notifications and stuff,” he stated.
As a highschool senior, Pendleton was rated because the No. 3 catcher within the state of Florida by Excellent Sport and was twice named a PG Preseason All-American.