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Kyle Bellamy


Right Handed Pitcher




228 lbs.




Davie, Fla.

High School

Cypress Bay HS

Kyle Bellamy - Baseball - University of Miami Athletics

Kyle Bellamy
46  Kyle Bellamy
Davie, Fla.
High School:
Cypress Bay
Height / Weight:
6-4 / 220

• 2008 Second Team All-American
• 2009 NCBWA Preseason Second Team All-American

Enters the 2009 season as one of the top relief men in the country … Will serve as the team’s closer after the departure of first-round MLB draft choice Carlos Gutierrez … Had a breakout season in 2008, serving as one of the top set-up men nationally as a sophomore after limited action as a freshman in 2007 … Has appeared in 53 games in his two-year career (all in relief) … Has recorded 90 strikeouts in 72 1/3 career innings (1.24 K/IP) … Struck out a career-high six batters twice in his career (last vs. Arizona, 6/6/08) … Appeared in 48 games in 2008, tying for the eighth-most appearances in a single season in UM history … At 6’5″, stands as the tallest player on the UM roster … Has a deceptive sidearm delivery.

•Appeared in a team-high 43 games
•Finished the season with the team’s lowest ERA (1.86)
•Tossed the most innings of any non-starter (63.0)
•Tied with fellow reliever Carlos Gutierrez for a staff-high 17 appearances in ACC play
•Owned team’s second-best strikeout-to-walk ratio (5.8-to-1), striking out 75 while walking just 13
•Longest ’08 outing: 2.2 innings against Arizona in game one of the Coral Gables Super Regional (6/6)
•Did not allow a single run in his first 14 appearances of the season (21.1 innings)
•Held opponents scoreless in 34 of his 43 appearances
•Led the staff in holding opposing batters to just a .183 batting average against him
•One of three Miami pitchers (along with Chris Hernandez and Carlos Gutierrez) to strike out at least 70 batters on the season
•Two of his three saves came in back-to-back games (Maine – 3/12, NC State – 3/14) while the third came in the ACC Championship Game against Virginia (5/25)
•Recorded a season-high six strikeouts versus Arizona (6/6) in the Coral Gables Super Regional
•Recorded multiple strikeouts in 20 games
•Lasted more than one full inning in 25 of the 43 games he appeared in (58.1%)
•Allowed just seven extra-base hits (three doubles, four home runs) on the year
•One of four Miami pitchers to win at least six games (6-0)
•Only member of the Hurricanes to pitch in all four ACC Tournament games
•One of two Hurricanes to pitch in all three Coral Gables Regional Tournament games
•Was the only member of the UM pitching staff that didn’t allow a run in the Coral Gables Super Regional
•Appeared in 12 of UM’s 13 postseason games (including the ACC Tournament)

•Made 10 appearances (all in relief) for the Hurricanes in his rookie season
•Posted a 8.68 ERA, allowing nine earned runs in 9.1 innings of work out of the pen
•Struck out 15 batters on the year (1.67 K/IP)
•Opposing batters hit .282 against him
• Allowed 11 hits on the season
•Best outing of the year came against rival FSU (4/28), holding the Seminoles scoreless in 1.1 innings, allowing two hits while striking out two
•First career appearance came against Mercer in the second game of the season (2/3)
•Tossed one scoreless inning vs. Duke (5/19), striking out one while allowing one hit
•Struck out two in 2/3 of an inning in a 9-3 UM win over the Blue Devils (5/17)
•Tossed a scoreless, hitless inning while recording two strikeouts vs. Wright State (5/5)
•Had a career-long three inning outing vs. NC State (4/15), striking out a then career-high six batters while allowing two earned runs on four hits
• Also saw action against Mercer (2/3); Fordham (3/2); Georgia Tech (4/6); Wright State (5/6) and Louisville (6/1)

•Played four years at Cypress Bay and was a member of the 2004 6A State Championship Team
•Compiled a 21-2 record with 192 strikeouts in his high school career
•Named team MVP twice
•Went 9-1 with one save and had a 2.21 ERA with 82 strikeouts as a senior in 2006
•Named team MVP, a BCAA All-Star, Miami Herald First Team All-Broward and Sun-Sentinel Second Team All-Broward selection as a senior
•Compiled a 10-1 record with a 1.10 ERA and 67 strikeouts to lead Cypress Bay to a 20-7 record his junior year in 2005
•Named team MVP, Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel Second Team All-Broward as a junior
•Went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA and 35 strikeouts for the 30-2 6A State Champions his sophmore year
•Struck out eight batters and had a 0.00 ERA as a freshman

•Son of Barbara and Thomas Bellamy
•Has a younger sister, Katrice
•Father played football at Hiram University
•Majoring in Criminology