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Locals in the pros, colleges update
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Josh Reddick (Oakland Athletics) — A hyperextended right knee has the right fielder out of the lineup on a day-to-day basis. He is 3 for his last 15. Reddick is hitting .214 for the season with four home runs and 22 RBIs. He has three doubles and three triples.

JB Wendelken (Winston-Salem Dash) — Wendelken allowed two runs on five hits in five innings Friday. For the year, he is 4-4 with a 3.94 earned run average. He has struck out 53 and walked just eight in 59 1/3 innings while giving up 65 hits.

Cal Baker (Georgia Southern University) — Baker went 3-for-28 in 10 games, starting eight of them. He scored five runs and collected two RBIs for the Eagles, who fell to Alabama on Sunday in a loser’s bracket game at the Tallahassee regional. The Eagles finished the season 40-23.

Ryan Frederick (GSU) — The right-hander went 4-1 with a 3.88 ERA, striking out 39 and walking 15 while allowing 54 hits in 53 1/3 innings. He appeared in 24 games, 10 of them starts. He appeared in two games during the NCAA regional, allowing two runs on one hit and three walks in his stints.

Eric Knox (Georgia Tech) — Knox, a freshman outfielder for the Yellow Jackets, was 6-for-13 for the season with a double and one RBI. Georgia Tech lost 4-2 to Washington on Sunday night in a loser’s bracket to end its season in the Oxford (Miss.) regional.

Maddie Evans (Reinhardt University) — The Eagles finished the season 46-10, losing 7-6 in 10 innings to William Carey (Miss.) in the NAIA College World Series at the South Commons Softball Complex in Columbus. Reinhardt beat Oklahoma City 3-2 in the opener but fell 2-0 to eventual national champ Auburn-Montgomery. Evans played in 26 games, going 6-for-25 with six RBIs. She was 0-for-3 in three pinch-hitting appearances in the College World Series.

Katie Rietkovich (Reinhardt University) — Rietkovich hit .325 for the season, belting 17 homers and driving in 47 runs. She had seven doubles and one triple. Rietkovich was 3-for-10 in the College World Series.