4th Round Pick Skulina to Boise

SkulinaThe Boise Hawks, in conjunction with the Chicago Cubs, have announced the addition of pitcher Tyler Skulina to the active roster, prior to tonight’s series opener at Salem-Keizer.

Skulina, a 2013 fourth-round draft pick out of Kent State, had an outstanding career at KSU, going 6-4 with a 3.36 ERA this past season, striking out 66 men in 73 innings of work.  The 6-5, 235 pound right-hander won 11 games during the 2011 season, helping his team to their first College World Series appearance.

He is the third Kent State player to play for the Hawks since 2008 – as both Chris Carpenter and Greg Rohan each played for the Golden Flashes.

The transaction puts the Hawks roster at 30 players, including 16 pitchers, with the club having four of the Top-6 picks in the 2013 draft on the squad.

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