Pitt sends 13 to leagues across North America
Panthers look to complete Backyard Brawl season sweep
Hurricanes sweep series with 8-4 win
Panthers drop home-and-home with in-state rival
Pitt drops opening games with reigning national champions
2016: appeared in 25 games, making 20 starts as a catcher for the Panthers in his junior season … finished the year with a .154 average (10-65) … recorded three RBIs, two doubles and one triple … scored 10 runs … produced one multiple-hit performance … earned his first start of the season against Ohio State on Feb. 20 … drew a walk and was brought home as Pitt fell to the Buckeyes in extra innings … recorded his first hit against New Orleans on March 5 … smacked a triple in his first ACC start of the year against North Carolina on March 12 … went 2-3 with a run scored … made a start on April 20 at Youngstown State … went 1-4 with an RBI and a run scored … was 1-3 with an RBI, one run scored, one walk and a double on April 30 against reigning national champion Virginia in game two … earned a start in his hometown on May 15 at Miami (FL), going 1-3 with an RBI and a run … concluded the season on May 20 against Duke.
2015: In the opener against Saint Louis, was a perfect 2-for-2, including a pinch hit single, with one RBI and one run ... Notched a single versus Ohio State ... At Wofford, made first start of the season behind the plate and went 1-for-3 with a two-run double, walked twice and scored once ... Drove in one run with a sacrifice fly and threw two runners out attempting to steal in the final versus VCU ... Had a single and drove in one on a sac fly in game three against No. 1 Virginia ... Finished 3-for-4 with two doubles, one RBI and two runs scored in game one against Niagara ... Singled in the finale with No. 11 North Carolina. Singled and drove in a run against Penn State, and threw out one runner ... In the game two at Duke, threw out two runners attempting to steal ... Went 2-for-3 with a triple and walked once to score a run and record an RBI in the opener at NC State ... Had one hit in game two at NC State ... Reached base three times in five trips with two walks and a single ...Went 1-for- 2 with an RBI, run and walk in the opener with Wake Forest ... Went 1-for-2 with an RBI single in the opener at No. 13 Florida State ... In the finale at No. 13 Florida State, laid down two successful sacrifice bunts ... Had a single in game two against Fairfield ... At Penn State, went 2-for-3 with a double and a triple and an RBI ... Had a single in game two against No. 16 Miami ... Hit safely and scored against Georgia Tech in game two... Against West Virginia recorded a double ... Started two games at second base against Virginia Tech.
2014: Made 44 appearances and 38 starts as a freshman...had an RBI and a run scored along with two walks in first career game...registered an RBI and a run scored in first three games of the season...went 2-5 with a run and an RBI in a win against Butler...double and three RBI against Virginia Tech...2-3 with a pair of RBI against Youngstown State...season best four game hit streak from March 22-30.
High School: Pazos is a right-handed hitting catcher/third baseman from Miami, Florida. He was rated as the 500th best 2013 prospect in the country PerfectGame.org and the 87th best prospect in the state of Florida. In the spring Manny played for Tom Duffin at Monsignor Pace High School in Miami, Florida, and during the summer Manny played for the Miami Suns. Pazos also participated in Selective Recruiting program operated by Laz Llanes.
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