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2009: Made 22 relief appearances on the season with a 5-1 record and one save ... Turned in a 4.53 ERA as he allowed 25 runs - 23 earned - in 45.2 innings of work ... Walked 14 and struck out 42 on the season ... His five relief wins led the team ... Posted wins in relief over Vermont, Vanderbilt, No. 24 Alabama, Arkansas State and Southern Miss ... His save came at Auburn (5/1) when he worked 3.0 innings and held the Tigers to one run on three hits with two strikeouts ... Struck out a season-high seven batters in the win over Arkansas State (3/30) as he allowed one run on four hits ... Suffered his only loss of the season in relief against Mercer (2/21) with three runs on five hits with a strikeout in 1.2 innings of work ... Worked a season-long 5.0 innings against South Carolina (4/10), allowing two runs on eight hits with three strikeouts and two walks ... NCAA REGIONAL: Worked in relief against Monmouth and Western Kentucky ... Against Monmouth (5/29) worked 1.0 inning and allowing two hits and striking out two ... Against Western Kentucky worked 1.1 innings and allowed two runs on three hits with two strikeouts ... NCAA SUPER REGIONAL: worked 1.1 innings against No. 5 Virginia (6/7) in the final game of the season ... Held the Cavaliers to one hit with a walk and a strikeout ...
2008: Made 25 appearances and one start on the season ... His lone start came against Southern Miss in a win as he worked 5.0 innings and allowed only two runs on five hits with four strikeouts ... Turned in 48.1 innings of work with 42 strikeouts and 18 walks with a 3.35 ERA ... Posted a 4-1 record on the year with wins over Southern Miss (3/4), Florida (3/21), Memphis (4/2) and Arkansas State (4/23) ... His lone loss came against No. 21Vanderbilt (5/24) in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament ... Made two appearances in the SEC Tournament as he also worked in relief against No. 9 LSU in the Championship game ... NCAA REGIONAL: Worked 1.2 innings of relief against No. 12 Missouri (5/30) in the opening game of the Coral Gables regional ...
2007: Made four appearances on the season, all in relief ... Posted a 3.00 ERA with no decisions as he allowed three hits and three runs, one earned, with a strikeout and two walks on the season ... Made his first appearance with an inning of relief work against Austin Peay (3/7) as he worked a scoreless inning and allowed no hits ... Also saw action against Arkansas State (3/13), South Alabama (3/20) and Arkansas State (4/3) ...
2006: Redshirted ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Named All-Conference and All-Metro selection as a junior and senior ... Went 8-2, with one save, in 11 appearances, and recorded a 1.58 ERA in 62 innings pitched ... Selected to the Alabama Baseball Coaches Association Underclassmen Top 100 Showcase ... As the starting quarterback on the football team, posted a 27-1 record ... Quarterbacked Trinity to a perfect 15-0 record and the AHSA 4A state championship in 2003 ... Three-year letterwinner in baseball ... Coached by Ken Whittle ... Garnered first team All-Conference and All-Metro honors, and was a honorable mention All-State selection as a junior in football ... Also earned four letters in football and three in basketball ... Member of the "All A" Honor Roll at Trinity Presbyterian School ... Earned Academic All-State honors in baseball, basketball and football ... Member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and the National Latin Honor Society ... Won the Harvard and Yale Book Awards ... President of the school's Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Senior Class Vice President ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Full name is Rory Mahlon McKean ... Born: May 19, 1987 ... Son of Rory and Sheri McKean ... Grandfather, Mahlon S. Paulk, played football and baseball at Troy State University ... Is a lead singer and guitarist in the Christan Praise Band ... Major is Biochemistry.
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