06/29/2015 7:22 AM
Patrick Flynn of Utah
Kitsap ace Adam Cline of Columbia University tossed 7 shutout innings versus WCL defending champion Bellingham at Joe Martin Field to earn the win in the BlueJackets' 5-0 victory over the Bells. The senior-to-be from Redmond, Washington only allowed two hits while walking one and striking out 9.
Cline shared Player of the Week honors with Bend Elks outfielder Patrick Flynn of Utah. The frosh from Los Alamitos, California blasted four home runs this past week, collected 11 RBIs, scored 7 runs and went 9-for-18 for the South Division-leading Elks.
Flynn is hitting .314 and is tied for the WCL lead in home runs with 5 with Wenatchee slugger Evan Douglas of Community Colleges of Spokane. Douglas also had a monster week going 9-for-27 with 5 roundtrippers and 9 RBIs.The frosh left-handed hitter from Spokane blasted homers in four consecutive games June 24-27.
Cline has yet to allow an earned run over three starts and 21.1 innings pitched for Kitsap. He is 2-0 with 5 walks and 16 strikeouts.
This past spring as a junior, Cline made 15 appearances and 7 starts for the Ivy League champion Columbia Lions. The right-hander went 3-0 with a 3.51 ERA and recorded 4 saves.
Adam made three appearances in the Coral Gables Regional and did not allow a single run while registering three saves.
Cline pitched 3.1 innings vs. East Carolina to earn a save in Columbia's 6-3 win, 1.2 innings to record a save in the Lions' 4-3 win over Florida International and an inning against Miami to register the save in CU's 3-0 victory over the Canes.