Although his time in the Northwoods League was short, making only seven appearances – including a one-inning in the league’s all-star game – it could easily be said that West Virginia right-handed pitcher Carlson Reed had a successful summer.
When pitching for Fond du Lac, last year’s pod champion in Wisconsin, Illinois in the NWL, Reed made six starts and went 2-1 with a 2.05 ERA. He logged 26 1/3 innings and allowed only 20 hits while striking 39. He added two more strikeouts without allowing baserunners in his one-inning All-Star game appearance and started the game for the NWL’s Great Lakes Division.
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