The 2010 Mets Draft – 28th Round Pick Jeremy Gould @Jeremygould19

 

In the 2010 Draft, the Mets chose Duke University LHP Jeremy Gould in the 28th Round with the 842nd overall pick.  

Jeremy was in the Mets organization from 2010-2012 and progressed as high as the Class A Savannah Sand Gnats.  

After signing with the team, Jeremy played during the 2010 season in Rookie ball with the Gulf Coast Mets and appeared in 13 games with a 1-2 record with a 3.33 ERA with 1 save.  He pitched 17 1/3 innings, allowing 14 hits, walking 7 and striking out 11 with a 1.21 WHIP.

Jeremy spent the following 2011 season with the (A-) Brooklyn Cyclones of the New York Penn League and appeared in 26 games with a record of 1-3 and an ERA of 3.26 with 5 saves.  He pitched 30 1/3 innings allowing 30 hits, walking 10 and striking out 46 with a WHIP of 1.32.

In 2012, Jeremy appeared in only 5 games between Brooklyn and the Savannah Sand Gnats (A) of the South Atlantic League, posting a combined record of 0-0 with a 5.40 ERA and 1 save.  In 6 2/3 innings, he allowed 5 hits, walked 3, and struck out 4 with a 1.20 WHIP.  Jeremy was released by the Mets on July 10, 2012.

For his career, he posted a combined 2-5 record with a 3.86 ERA and 7 saves in 44 games.  He pitched 54 1/3 innings, allowing 49 hits, walking 20 and striking out 61 with a WHIP of 1.27.  

In September 2012, Jeremy was on the roster for Team Israel in the 2012 World Baseball Classic Qualifier, but did not pitch. 

In November 2012, the San Diego Padres signed Jeremy to a minor league contract and later released him on March 20, 2013.  

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