SUN, APRIL 22, 2018 - Gregerson grabbed his first hold of the season in a win over the Reds on Saturday, allowing an earned run on one hit over two-thirds of an inning. The right-hander quickly disposed of Tucker Barnhart and Alex Blandino to open his frame before allowing a single to Phillip Ervin. Gregerson got the hook at that point, but he was eventually charged with a run when Ervin crossed the plate on the RBI single Tyler Lyons subsequently surrendered to Jose Peraza. Despite his ERA taking a hit Saturday, Gregerson has looked encouragingly sharp over his first two appearances, throwing six of nine pitches for strikes Saturday. With Bud Norris currently thriving in the ninth-inning role and Greg Holland likely to see opportunities in that capacity as well, Gregerson appears to be destined for plenty of eighth-inning setup work as the season unfolds.
|2013||Finger Lake Harriers||4||3||32.7||7||29||27||1.93||0.89||0||W|
|2012||Crowleys Ridge Roosters||0||0||9.3||2||10||8||2.00||1.67||0||W|
|2012||Finger Lake Harriers||1||9||36.3||5||25||35||1.25||0.92||10||a|
|2011||Crowleys Ridge Roosters||3||0||52.0||16||54||30||2.77||1.40||5||b|
|2010||Crowleys Ridge Roosters||1||1||20.3||12||13||20||5.40||1.00||5||a|