Solid left-handed option out of the bullpen... Can specialize to the situation or work extended innings as needed.
Wayne Graham said -- "Bobby continued to show his growth and development in the fall program. He now has a better understanding of what he needs to do to be successful. He will have a variety of roles out of the bullpen."
2006: C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll... Made 26 appearances on the mound, all in relief... Compiled a 4-2 record with three saves and a 2.36 ERA in 53.1 innings... Held 188 hitters to a combined .191 batting average... Pitched a career-long 4.2 innings against eventual NCAA champion Oregon State at the College World Series, allowing two hits and striking out two...Struck out a career-high seven in 3.2 innings in a win over NCAA tournament team San Diego... All four wins were over teams that made the NCAA Tournament, including San Diego, Southern Miss and Tulane (twice)... Recorded saves over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and on the road at Memphis and UCF... Fired 2.1 scoreless innings at the Conference USA Tournament and 2.0 shutout frames in the Super Regional against Oklahoma... Averaged 7.9 strikeouts per 9.0 innings... Contributed to the team as a left-handed hitter and outfielder... Started five games in the outfield and one as the designated hitter... Slugged a pair of doubles in six offensive starts... Went 3-for-3 with a walk, three runs scored and an RBI at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... Drove in a run and scored on the road at Texas A&M... Competed in the Cape Cod League (Cotuit & Falmouth) over the summer...
2005: Western Athletic Conference All-Academic... Played in 25 games, including 22 appearances coming off the bench to play the outfield, pinch hit,run the bases or pitch... Worked his way into three starts in his inaugural season of Division I baseball... Started in left field against Texas A&M and Southern California and once as the designated hitter vs. Texas... Registered a pair of hits, scored twice and had a sacrifice bunt in the 12-1 win over 18th-ranked USC... Came off the bench to deliver a pinch-hit single against Baylor at Minute Maid Park... Fifteen of his 26 at bats were against teams that were ranked in the top 25 when the Owls played them... Made two appearances on the mound... Perfect defensively in the outfield... Maintained a 3.42 grade point average.
2004 graduate of A&M Consolidated High School in College Station... Three-year starter and letterman for the Tigers under coaches Scotty Pugh and Rex Sanders... Two-time all-state honoree, three-time all-Brazos Valley honoree and three-time first team all-District 13-5A selection... Starter and letterman for the Tigers in football... Member of the National Honor Society... Had a 3.6 grade point average and graduated cum laude.
Full Name: Bobby Joe Bramhall. Born: July 13, 1985, in Fort Worth. Parents: J.P. and Belle Bramhall, College Station (one sister, Kaci). Father was a four-year baseball letterman at Texas A&M (1978-81). College: Hanszen.