Former Golden Bears Horwitz and Ingram Named to Northwest League All-Star Team
July 30, 2004
BERKELEY, CA - Former Cal baseball players Brian Horwitz and Jesse Ingram have been selected to play in the Northwest League All-Star Game, Tuesday, August 3 at Avista Stadium in Spokane, Wash. It is the first-ever all-star game for the class A short season Northwest League, commemorating the league's 50th anniversary.
Horwitz, an outfielder for the Salem-Keizer (Ore.) Volcanos (San Francisco Giants affiliate), is a member of the West Division. He is currently batting .346 with 12 doubles, a triple, two home runs and 23 RBI in 38 games. Horwitz played for the Bears from 2001-04 and is the school record-holder for consecutive game hitting streak (23) and single-game RBI (eight).
Ingram, a right-handed pitcher for the Spokane (Wash.) Indians (Texas Rangers affiliate), is on the East Division roster with a 3-0 record with four saves and an impressive 0.98 ERA. He has made 13 appearances with 25 strikeouts, eight walks and only two earned runs in 18.3 innings of relief.
On May 29, 2004 at Washington State, Ingram became the Cal school record-holder for single-season saves with his 10th save of the season in a 4-0 victory over the Cougars. He finished with 19 career saves from 2002-04, second on the Cal all-time career save list. Ingram is also eighth on the Bears' all-time games list (85), was a 2004 honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection, and is a three-time Pac-10 All-Academic honoree. For the '04 season, Ingram led the conference in saves (10) and appearances (30).