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Former Cajun Picked to Lead Cane Cutter's Pitching Staff

Former Ragin Cajun  pitcher, Joey Satriano, has been tapped to lead the Cane Cutter pitching staff for the 2017 season.  Satriano, from Houston, pitched for McLennan Community College before joining the Cajuns for the 2010 and 2011 season.  While at ULL, Satriano made 24 appearances in both his junior and senior season.  He had an outstanding 2.66 ERA his junior year and a 3.29 ERA his senior season.  After finishing at ULL, he played one year of professional ball in the Frontier League for the Evansville Otters.

 

Currently, Satriano is coaching pitchers at Acadiana High School under Matt McCullough and alongside Cane Cutter head coach Luke Montz.  “It will be great to have a guy with Joey’s experience working with our pitching staff this summer.  He also played in this league one summer while he was in college, so he will know exactly what they will be facing,” commented Luke Montz. 

 

The Cane Cutters finished the 2016 season with a record of 33-24.  After losing in the finals to the Brazos Valley Bombers for the second straight season, they look to continue their winning ways as they head into their seventh season.

 

Follow the Cane Cutters at www.canecuttersbaseball.com and call (337)451-6582 to get your season tickets as they prepare for their 56 game 2017 season.

 



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