June 19, 2017 -- Former Mount St. Mary's University baseball standout Brady Feigl has continued his ascent towards the major leagues with a strong 2017 campaign split between the Single-A and Double-A levels in the Texas Rangers organization. Feigl owns a 2.08 ERA with 18 strikeouts in 17.1 innings pitched on the season, and is currently pitching at the Double-A level with the Frisco RoughRiders after being promoted on May 31.
Feigl dominated the Single-A level with the Down East Wood Ducks, posting a sparkling 1.48 ERA in 24.1 innings of work with 22 strikeouts in 14 appearances. The lefty's work earned him a promotion to the next level, where he's made five appearances thus far with a 4.15 ERA and 13 punchotus in 8.2 innings. Through his first four minor league seasons, Feigl sports a 2.56 ERA across 105.1 innings of work with 101 strikeouts and a .251 batting average against.
Feigl, who played at the Mount from 2009-12, ranks seventh all-time in the school's DI history with 154 strikeouts and is tied for eighth for most complete games, with six. During the 2009 season, Feigl posted the ninth-most strikeouts (69) in a single season in program history and ninth-highest strikeouts per nine average (9.96).