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Born in Long Beach, Calif. ... parents and Kathleen and Tony ... has a younger brother, Carson, and a step-brother, Nick Vitter, who is on the UC Riverside baseball team ... intends to major in public health.
2014: Tied for team high with 31 appearances, ranking 4th in the conference and tying for 3rd most in UW single-season history ... ranked 6th in the Pac-12 with 9 saves and 20 games finished ... 9-of-10 in save opportunities ... T8th in UW single-season history with 9 saves, T11th career saves ... allowed runs in 6 of 31 appearances ... held right-handed hitters to a .213 (19-for-89) average and .216 (16-for-74) with runners in scoring position ... shut door in 9th at OSU for 9th save of the season (W, 4-2) on May 16 but gave up winning hit in 1-0 loss the next day ... went final 2.0 innings vs. Seattle U on May 13 ... picked up win #5 getting last two outs of 5-4 11 inning win vs. Bethune-Cookman in game 1, May 10 ... pitched a perfect 9th Monday vs. Grand Canyon for 8th save ... went final 2.2 innings of 21-17 win over Utah to pick up 4th win, despite allowing season-high 3 earned runs, 2 home runs ... picked up saves in both games of a double-header vs. WSU, April 27 ... save #5 at Cal in 4-3 UW win, allowing 2 hits in 9th before closing game out ... 2.0 innings pitched in 2 games vs. Stanford ... allowed 2 runs in 10th vs. Ore April 6, but picked up win #3 when UW rallied with 3 runs ... picked up 4th save in 1-0 win over Oregon April 5 (1.1 innings pitched, 2 hits, walks, 2 strikeouts) ... picked up 3rd save March 22 in 5-2 win over Arizona ... saved 1st ever game at Husky Ballpark, slamming the door shut in 8-7 win over AZ ... 1st career save came on Mar. 18 vs. Portland in 3.0 innings pitched (1 hits, 0 runs, 3 strikeouts) ... 4.0 innings pitched in 2 wins at ASU (2 hits, 0 runs, 3 strikeouts) ... pitched twice in Jack Gifford Memorial Tourney in Calif. (0-0, 2.25 ERA, 4.0 innings pitched, 3 hits, 1 earned runs, 2 strikeouts, 1 walk) ... notched first career win vs. UC Davis (1.2 innings pitched, 0 hits, 0 runs, 2 strikeouts) on March 1 ... pitched 2 innings of scoreless relief vs. OSU (3 hits, 1 walk, 1 strikeout) ... made two appearances in opening Texas State Tournament ... allowed 2 runs vs. Air Force in the season-opener in an inning of work ... allowed 1 hit, 1 strikeout in 2 innings in tie vs. Michigan on Feb. 16.
2013: Pitched in nine games, starting two ... made college debut on opening day (Feb. 15) at UC Davis, allowing two runs on two hits over two-thirds of an innings ... faced one batter (a walk) in the second game of the Lamar series (Feb. 23) ... pitched one-third of an inning in the 15-inning loss at UCLA on March 15-16 ... pitched the ninth of the April 2 win at SeattleU, striking out two in a 1-2-3 inning ... made his first start April 8 at Cal State Northridge and performed well ... went four innings, allowing one earned run (three total runs) on three hits with one walk and seven strikeouts ... pitched in two of three games at Stanford ... went three innings, allowing one run on two hits, April 12, and then pitched three innings, giving up two runs (one earned) on just one hit, on April 14 ... pitched two scoreless innings April 21 vs. Oregon State ... started April 23 at Gonzaga, pitching three and one-third innings in a Husky win ... gave up one run on five hits in that outing (no decision), but didn't pitch again after it due to injury.
LOS ALAMITOS HIGH SCHOOL
Played two season on the varsity under coach Matt Nuez ... team went 19-9 and won the Sunset League with an 11-4 league record his senior season ... earned first-team All-Sunset League as a senior ... was the league's rookie of the year as a junior.
GETTING TO KNOW TROY RALLINGS
Possible career pursuits outside of baseball:
Nutritionist, personal trainer, changing paradigm about health and obesity.
Hobbies/Other sports you enjoy:
Hiking, paddle boarding,MMA, yoga
First memory of baseball:
My first at bat in T-ball I hit an inside-the-park home run and waved my hat at my family who was there to watch.
My greatest baseball memory:
My first collegiate start at CSUN and seeing every Major League Baseball stadium before the end of high school. My mom and I have been to every MLB ballpark.